Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 1.04 ha
14th C listed chateau located in the heart of Saintonge Romane, 30 minutes from the sea.
Listed as a Historic Monument at the end of the 1980s, the whole property benefits from protection of the main architectural elements. The castle is presented as an irregular hexagonal enclosure, with curtain walls more than 12m high pierced by archers, crowned with a rampart walk which only remains on the main facade.
It is surrounded by a dry moat but everything suggests that it must have been fed by the nearby stream.
To the south, adjoining the wall, the ruins of an important square tower, updated in 1993, suggest the existence of a primitive keep. The castle is accessed by a stone overhang on which rest two drawbridges in good working order. One defends the large ogival door, the other one leads to the postern.
The chateau needs renovation
A vast interior courtyard leads to the chateau and the outbuildings.
Ground floor- large entrance hall, large reception room with a fireplace, kitchen with dining area, back kitchen, another dining room.
First floor- beautiful master bedroom with a bathroom and WC
Two other bedrooms with shower
Two other small bedrooms with shower in each and one further bedroom.
Baement- Beautiful cellars below the chateau.
Outbuildings- These are furnished for residential use and could be perfectly suitable for a reception activity or for guest accommodation.
Ground floor, kitchen, living room, bathrooms and an office
First floor- Three beautiful bedrooms, two further rooms and bathrooms.
Two superb listed vaulted cellars under the old keep complete this unique property.
Land of about one hectare.
This property is perfect for lovers of history