Chateau 20 Rooms • 650 m² Limoges
3,000,000 € to 10,000,000 €
10 bedrooms Land 2700000 m²
This chateau of 650 m² (about 6988 ft²) contains 20 rooms including 10 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
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3,000,000 € to 10,000,000 €
10 bedrooms Land 2700000 m²
This chateau of 650 m² (about 6988 ft²) contains 20 rooms including 10 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
In the shelter of the big city, this modern manor corrézien offered exclusively by Cabinet Sopar Estate offers 8.5 hectares of greenery made of wood, a park and a 6000m2 pond. Offering many services such as floor heating, a cascading spa in a heated pool, new tennis court, a house type 4 guard, night lighting of the park, three garages or a security system, the the entire property is an ideal place of receipt, whether family or within guest rooms. With 7 bedrooms, three independent with shower room and one with access PMR, its 2 kitchens and vast 120m2 of living area, this manor will meet your every requirement. Located 7 minutes from Tulle and 25 minutes from Brive. Property tax: 1289 e Price: 1,499,900 Euros HAI (1,415,000 euros net seller + 84.900 euros fee load acquirer). For information or to visit, please contact Mr. Jean-Lou FRACHET, real estate sales agent Sopar 06 48 26 53 98 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org This real estate ad was prepared under the editorial responsibility of Jean-Lou FRACHET, registered sales agent in the special register of commercial agents (RSAC) of Limoges Commercial Court under number 818 863 219.
Located 35 minutes from Limoges via the A20 and 10 minutes from La Souterraine, this 20 hectare property (possibility to acquire an additional 16 hectares) has kept its old charm. It is composed of a castle of the fifteenth century, a guest house, a heated pool 10 x 5 with pool house, two saunas, a building dedicated to event-driven, five stables, three barns, a bread oven, two workshops and barns. The castle of 600m2 surface has a kitchen, a lounge, a library, eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a TV room. Many of authenticity: stone walls, fireplaces, beams, terracotta, woodwork. The 150m2 friends house consists of an open kitchen to living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a children's playroom. The building dedicated to évenementiel museum has a bar, a large dining room with kitchen. Individual sanitation standards, new roof, heating oil and wood. Property tax: 2700 euros For information or to visit, contact Mrs Delphine CHASTENET, Commercial Property agent Sopar at 06.08.02.85.37 or by mail: Delphine.email@example.com. This announcement has been prepared under the editorial responsibility of Madame Delphine CHASTENET, real estate sales agent Sopar imatriculé the special register of commercial agents (RSAC) of Limoges Commercial Court under number 508 719 762.
Nestled away in nineteen hectares of private land with prairie, forest and lake this authentic 15th century fortified chateau is reputed to have been visited regularly by King Henri IV. The chateau boasts a salle de garde used, so history tells us, by troops of the French King, better known as the “Musketeers”. In pristine condition, the chateau has been passionately restored with enormous sympathy by the owners. The charming natural elements of oak, granite, chalk and slate were all utilised to enhance, not alter, the original character and natural energy of the Chateau, untouched during two world wars, its provenance again preserved for many more years to come. Arriving at the Chateau via private road we enter through the grand carriage way or via the woods to a secluded parking area. We enter the Chateau through the main tower arriving, via the long corridor, at a large, open living space of 55m2. The ceiling, 'à la française', is typical of the period; as are the oak floors, fireplace. Two sets of tall wooden doors with large glass windows illuminate this evocative space and open onto a beautiful terraced garden with two rows of Linden Blossom Trees which create a romantic, shaded area perfect for al fresco dining while overlooking the open fields and surrounding woodland. The 42m2 kitchen has been entirely refurbished whilst maintaining its original character and atmosphere and incorporates a grand fireplace and ceiling à la française, tomettes floor covering, made to measure cupboards and modern cooking equipment. Large double doors open directly onto the al fresco dining area whilst, on the opposite side, we access the utility room, the courtyard and the living space. Staying on the ground floor we pass the entrance and follow the corridor to the 25m2 library, originally the kitchen. A further grand fireplace, books lining the walls from floor to ceiling and large, comfortable sofas provide the perfect place to relax. Here we access a “hidden room”, neither ground nor first floor, this area offers a comfortable entertainment room of 30m2 with TV; movies; games and books. Also accessible from the corridor we find the first two of our eight bedroom suites, all of which are unique and an authentic salute to the castles past and fitted with new but period style bathrooms. Many of these suites include made to measure furniture. The two ground floor bedrooms, 24m2 and 27m2 benefit from high ceilings and tall, partially glazed, double doors leading onto the grassed terrace and providing the rooms with plenty of natural light. The rooms are further complimented by oak floors, fireplaces and wood panelling. The corner suite provides access to the ground floor of the chateau's second square tower with its stunning bathroom equipped with roll top bath; built-in shower; sink stand; fireplace and grand window. We return to the main tower to take the wide granite stairs to the first floor where we find the master suite to the right and a further two bedrooms to the left, all upstairs bedrooms providing you or your guests with stunning views of the formal gardens, green fields and forests that surround the property. The master suite of 56m2 boasts a stunning feature fireplace; large windows; tomettes and wooden floor with an equally beautiful and completely indulgent en-suite of 24m2. To the right we have two more beautifully unique bedrooms of 26m2, large windows, great views; small fireplaces; many natural wood and exposed stone elements, the corner suite with an elaborate surprise, opening a cupboard to find a hidden doorway through to the elaborate en-suite, on the first floor of the second tower. The second floor offers three more bedrooms, more contemporary in their décor but equally characterful. To the opposite side of the walled courtyard lies another magnificent building. To the ground floor we find a chapel to the right with the 3rd, this time round, tower to the corner. Also the bakery with bread and patisserie ovens in situ, a cave and a large open space 60m2 fitted as a medieval bar. We move from here into a large round tower to the left with its wide, angled roof. An impressive structure, this building was likely used as the dungeon in days of old. On the ground floor we have two cleverly created toilets and a vanity room. A spiral staircase leads us to the first floor landing and on into the Salle de Garde. At 104m2 and with its medieval chandeliers, grand fireplace and authentic character this area is currently used as an elaborate function room for weddings and celebrations generating income. At the far end we access a modern, fully equipped catering kitchen – equipment; crockery etc. The spiral staircase again leads us to a second floor which is currently unused but easily convertible, offering a further 104m2 of living space - roof; carpentry all in pristine condition. Moving outside of the courtyard walls we find a large array of dependences, one of which has been converted into a modern gîte. With its large, open lounge; dining room and kitchen of 60m2, underfloor heating and wood burner, the gîte offers a further four additional bedrooms including, in the converted attic, an enchanting space for the children plus two bathrooms. The gîte accommodates 8 easily and is a regular source of income. The numerous other dependencies, all dry and secure with good roofs, include five spacious stables, a tack room; 2 barns of 72m2 and 155m2; a workshop; equipment store; carriage barn and a craft room of 43m2. To enhance the opulence of the surroundings there is also a swimming pool of 50m2. It is surrounded by large decking and a vast pool house-cum-saloon, built in the style of the Wild West and equipped with everything one may want for entertainment from a barbecue and pizza oven to a sauna, providing you and your guests with the opportunity to pamper yourselves amidst the luxurious environment.. It overlooks the chateau and the surrounding fields. Floor plans are available for all buildings and visits are available via appointment. If you have any questions, or would like to arrange a viewing, contact our experts immediately.
This property offers large stunning living space all renovated; impressive mix of modern and traditional, and all rich and luxurious. Your search for a prestige property must stop here - Price reduced and offers welcomed - this is a rare oortunity to own a chateau and superb home or business for a price not ot be beaten. A 12th Century Chateau has an evocative history and since its departure from the De Montcourt family in 1987 it has been painstakingly renovated to the highest standards and with the highest quality fittings retaining original features whilst some modern aspects further enhance the character of the property. Catchpole & Rye; Provence & Fils; Farrow and Ball; Little Green Paint Company and Chalon products are largely featured throughout the properties. The residences are accessed via the gated entrance leading to the original cobbled stone courtyard, giving access to the Chateau to one side and second house, Boutique Hotel, and barn to the other side. Chateau: via the entrance hall, with its flagstone floor and impressive central granite staircase, we access the chateau. To the right the large 60m² kitchen/breakfast room has beautiful Spanish fired earth flagstone tiles, exposed beams, a bespoke Chalon island unit, electric Aga with 4 ovens and granite fireplace housing a floral finish Godin wood burner. With sink, waste disposal, plenty of storage space, large dining table and ensuite laundry; separate cloakroom and WC and double doors to the splendid terrace which reaches the length of the chateau. There is a cellar under the kitchen. To the left we find the expansive drawing room of 60m2 with large original granite fireplace with 2 original bread ovens. The room has period patterned tiled floor, exposed beams and double doors to the rear terrace and park. We proceed to the dining room of 65m2 which boasts many original features and a clever wine cellar is housed at the base of the second tower. We return to the entrance and take the original granite staircase to the first floor where we find a master bedroom of 60m2 again original features maintained and a further large granite fireplace. Windows to 3 sides give a light airy feel to this grand suite and we find a splendid ensuite with roll top bath housed in the tower. In the middle we find a smaller 25m2 bedroom with separate dressing and shower room. And then we find a further master bedroom of 55m2 with original terracotta tommette tiled floor, 3 double windows and large granite fireplace. Again a doorway leads to the tower housing the ensuite shower room. The staircase leads to an entire 200m2 2nd floor which is habitable but is not renovated. The roof; walls and openings are all correct, the 2nd floor needs insulation; plastering; electrics etc to increase the living space exponentially. To the opposite side of the courtyard we have the Boutique Hotel. Every aspect of this property is of the highest quality. Featuring a funky and modern breakfast / dining room; professional kitchen; library; gym / social space; 3 suites and some beautiful outdoor seating options this property can be equally well utilised as a going concern or guest space. Suite 1 with sitting room with wood flooring and panelled walls, glazed doors to bedroom with built in wardrobe and ensuite shower room with walk in shower, sink, WC and heated towel rail. Suite 2 with tiled floor exposed stone walls and ambient lighting; antique mirrored wardrobe doors conceal the entrance to the ensuite shower room with large walk in shower, WC and original 1920's hand basin with nickel taps. Suite 3 with tiled floor, exposed stone walls, exposed beams, built in wardrobe, sitting area and door to ensuite bathroom with roll top bath, walk in shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Within the grounds we find a barn which is approx. 100m² with an earth floor, there are large double doors opening onto the main courtyard and a further single door out to the rear Lavender garden. In the barn is the gas central heating boiler providing heating and hot water for the Boutique Hotel part of the property and there is a separate boiler room with the oil central heating boiler for the heating and hot water for the Chateau. Opposite the main entrance to the Chateau is a further detached barn set in a half acre paddock, currently a wild flower garden. The barn was built on the site of the original chapel which stood until 1646. The Chateau is surrounded by its own walled park with gravelled driveway leading through huge iron gates and out onto the village lane. The park is lawn which is decorated with mature specimen trees and borders of Rhododendrons and Hydrangeas and there are several terraces. This property is nestled in a quiet corner of a large village and is within easy reach of 4 towns; 35 minutes to the entertaining City of Limoges and its airport.
The castle of Châlus-Chabrol, a monument to centuries-old history, is known for its headquarters in 1199, led by Mercadier, during which Richard Cœur de Lion is mortally wounded by a tile d ' crossbow. Trônant in the heart of the city of Châlus, the whole estate enjoys a breathtaking view over the whole region. It consists of a castle dating from the 11th and 12th centuries, a 17th century castle, an 11th century keep, the ruins of an ancient chapel of the 11th and 15th centuries, several outbuildings and lots of land for a total surface of about 13ha. Currently, the castle is divided into two parts: one open to the public, another habitable and private. Needing restoration work, the site has a reputation, a history and a capacity to host a large-scale tourism project. Price: 996.400 euros HAI (940.000 euros net seller + 56.400 euros of fees buyer). For any information or to visit, please contact Mr Jean-Lou FRACHET, Sopar real estate agent in 06 48 26 53 98 or by mail firstname.lastname@example.org This real-estate announcement was written under the editorial responsibility of Mr. Jean-Lou FRACHET, commercial agent registered in the special register of commercial agents (rsac) of the tribunal de commerce de limoges under the number 818 863 219.
Magnificent castle of the XII century with caretaker's house and chapel in grounds of 1.3 hectares, located 30 km from Limoges and 15 km from Bellac The castle with an area of ??393 m2 on two levels comprises, on the ground floor of an entrance hall with original stone staircase, kitchen and utility room, a lounge, dining room and a wine cellar. Upstairs: three bedrooms, two with shower and one with bath. Heating oil. Attic. keepers of the house with an area of ??247m 2 is independent and operated currently luxurious guest room. Ground floor: kitchen, dining room, library, lounge. Floor: two bedrooms with living room and shower room, bedroom with shower room. Gas heating. High quality renovation and decoration. This area is fully enclosed on a plot of 1.3 hectares with a paved courtyard and terraces. Property tax: 2500 euros For information or to visit, contact Mrs Delphine CHASTENET, Commercial Property agent Sopar at 06.08.02.85.37 or by mail: Delphine.email@example.com. This announcement has been prepared under the editorial responsibility of Madame Delphine CHASTENET, real estate sales agent Sopar imatriculé the special register of commercial agents (RSAC) of Limoges Commercial Court under number 508 719 762.
For sale, near Limoges, a 17th century Chateau, located in the heart of a village and surrounded by a beautiful park of 2 hectares. Tastefully restored, this 17th century Chateau, remodeled in the 19th century, was built on period vestiges. The Chateau offers over 400 m² of living space with 2 levels and includes: On the ground floor: - A large kitchen of about 60 m² with fireplace and a superb tiled stove - A bright living room of 50 m² with granite fireplace and tiled floor, opening onto the terrace - A dining room of 60 m² with a French ceiling, communicating with a small circular room in one of the corner towers - The entrance opens onto a beautiful light granite staircase Upstairs: - 2 master bedrooms of 60 and 65 m², with en suite bathrooms and fireplaces, parquet oak flooring, tiled floors, etc.) - A 3rd bedroom of 25 m ² with its dressing room and bath room Convertible attics of 200 m² An old outbuilding is converted into annex house, located on the other side of the inner courtyard. It offers 220 m² of living space, completely restored, and includes a living room of 40 m² with large windows, a library with woodwork, a living room opening onto an intimate and charming garden with its terrace, a kitchen and 3 en suite bedrooms. The property is in excellent condition, the roofs are recent, the central heating network is efficient, with quality insulation. The outbuildings include: - A workshop / barn (100 m²), attached to the annex house - A second detached barn (150 m²) for vehicles Very nice park, well maintained and partly enclosed by walls, with beautiful ornamental trees and grassland. This property is located in the heart of a small and quiet village, with some basic shops. A Supermarket, a doctor, a bank and a school are at 10 mn. Limoges is at 30 mn by car.
In a quiet environment , this chateau of 790 m² (about 8492 ft²) has 18 rooms including 12 bedrooms.
Ref.2914. The chateau beneftis from a privileged location between the city and the countryside, at the gates of the Périgord Noir. All shops and services are just minutes away by car. In the middle of its walled park, the chateau built on freestone, of about 200sqm of living space per level, comprises on the ground floor: large entrance, sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen, pantry and toilet. An impressive oak stairway with balusters leads to 6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 shower rooms. On the second floor: kitchen, living room, 8 bedrooms, a bathroom and 3 shower rooms. A chapel on the garden floor. Cellar and boiler room on the basement + 2 garages. The outbuildings comprises a main building with, on the ground floor: 2 garages, shed and workshop. On the first floor: a comfortable flat of 4 rooms, a flat of 2 rooms and a studio flat. Pool and tennis court. A walled park of about 7 acres, generously wooded, surrounds the chateau. This beautiful and elegant property, with large volumes, is situated on a quiet location but also close to shops and services. French chateau for sale in Corrèze. French castle for sale.
MH-Listed Château from XVIth / XVIIIth Cs, set in 15-ha grounds. 600 m2 carefully and fully restored living accommodation. Outbuildings include a caretaker's house. Far-reaching panoramic views. Situated 25 minutes from Limoges (international airport) and close to a village with amenities. Main living accommodation: Ground floor: - Ornate stone staircase, and second staircase - Modern kitchen - Dining room - Salon (50 m2) with lovely granite floor and ceiling 'a la francaise' - Second Salon, with oak parquet floor - Billiard Room - Library First floor: - 8 bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom - Study - Reading room - Boudoir / sitting room in a turret Top floor: - Large attic - 2 large restored rooms Outbuildings: Caretaker's house, in good condition; Store room; Garage; Dovecote. Grounds: 15 ha, comprising gardens and meadows suitable for horses. Additional information: In good condition throughout.
This chateau of 410 m² (about 4408 ft²) has 10 rooms including 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 1 toilet. It has a cellar.
In the heart of Limousin-Périgord regional natural park. Exceptional 12th and 15th century listed castle-fort in lush setting. Historically significant and carefully restored. Magnificent towers and keep with 2 500 m² living space. More than 40 rooms and 16 comfortable bedrooms. Combination of ultra-modern technology and tradition with luxury fixtures and fittings, home cinema, conference room, music room, reception room, vast banquet room, semi-professional kitchens, lifts, interior chapel. Set in 160 has of woods and moors with 5 lakes, 6 houses, 5 barns, inn. Ideal for high class touristic project organized around exceptional family dwelling. 8 mn by helicopter from Limoges international airport. Serious references needed.