Adjacent to the Xiii chateau, this historic house forms part of the ramparts of this lively and very sought after bastide town, but in a quiet and secluded location. The gardens are on two separate levels and the house is accessed, on the upper level by a sweeping gavel driveway and wrought iron gates. The renovation has been carried out in full respect of the 'Batiments de France' architectural plans to provide a sumptuous and luxurious home.
On the lower level there is a large heated pool set in formal gardens, accessed via the lower ground floor of the house - the magnificent vaulted cellar rooms which were once joined to the chateau by an underground labyrinth. There is a poolhouse with Wc and covered terrace. On the ground floor of the property there is an ensuite bedroom, large fitted kitchen with adjoining dining area, office / library room with adjoining shower room, a reading room in the square tower, and a vast living area with stone staircase. On the first floor, there are three further bedrooms each with their own ensuite bath or shower room.
The photographs are proof of the flair and careful attention to detail which has gone into preserving this historic house while proving a comfortable family home, and the perfect place from which to entertain guests and family.
430 m² of habitable surface (4628 sqFt)
5800 m² of land (62431 sqFt)
good structural condition
Agency fees included: 5.30% of price
Agency fees to be paid by buyer included: 5.30% inc vat
Price / sq metre: €/m² 1,848.84
Number of mandate: 07355
Professional property listing
Agency: Cle Rouge Immobilier