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A Tastefully Renovated 4 Bedroom Château Dating Back to the 15th Century, Separate Renovated 3 Bedroom House, Outbuildings, Stables, Lake and 4.5Ha (11.5 Acres).
A Further 8Ha is available to purchase from a neighbour.

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Location: Near Confolens, Département of Charente, Poitou-Charentes.
Price: €925,000
Status: For Sale
ID: 714

A figure of approximately 6.5% should be added to the purchase price to cover Tax, Registration and Notary Fees.


This is a unique opportunity to buy a Château that has been the subject of a very high quality, ‘inch by inch’, sympathetic renovation. The Château is situated in a stunning elevated location with panoramic views overlooking its own land and lake, with the lovely Limousin countryside and a pretty French village on the horizon.

All the work has been carried out by quality craftsmen and the end result is quite stunning; the Château is light and spacious with a feeling of warmth, charm and character.

This property is ideal for someone looking for a very exclusive, one-off family home with separate detached accommodation for friends and family, or for someone looking for a property with business potential, e.g. to run as a boutique hotel.

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There are miles of local off-road tracks directly from the Château, good local vets and blacksmiths, who speak English.

The Château

Ground floor.
All floors throughout the entire ground floor are uniformly finished in the same Italian stone tile.

Large open entrance hall with exposed stone walls.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (approx. 26m²). Solid oak fitted kitchen with granite worktops, electric range with extractor hood, island unit and built in dishwasher. The room has a large granite surround fireplace with freestanding wood-burning stove.

Drawing Room/Dining Room (approx. 50m²). Large, impressive room with arched windows and arched double doors out onto the large south-facing terrace. Exposed stone walls, and shares a double-fronted wood-burning stove and through fireplace stove with the living room. Large double doors to the hallway, and large double doors opening onto the:

Living Room. Exposed stone walls and fireplace, wood-burning stove, windows to 3 aspects and double door overlooking the walled garden.

Garden Room (approx. 28m²). Glazed to 3 sides with lovely views over the gardens and down to the lake.

Off the main hall is:

WC with hand basin

Cupboard containing all the technical controls for the underfloor heating etc.

A winding staircase leads up inside the tower from the entrance hall to:

First floor.
The entire first floor has the original oak flooring throughout, which has been renovated, waxed and polished.

Landing. Exposed beams and exposed stone walls

Bedroom 1 (approx. 24m²). Door to ensuite bathroom with freestanding bath, WC, hand basin, tiled floor and built-in cupboards, one containing the electric hot water storage tank.

Bedroom 2 (approx. 24m²). Built-in cupboards and door to ensuite shower room with corner shower cubicle, WC and hand basin.

Bedroom 3 (approx. 24m²). Built-in cupboards and door to ensuite shower room with corner shower, hand basin and WC.

Bedroom 4 (approx. 24m²). Polished wood flooring and door to ensuite shower room with corner shower cubicle, WC and hand basin.

The winding staircase continues on up in the tower to a balcony landing and door to the attic area, which covers the entire house and would be suitable for conversion into further bedrooms if required. The roof structure has been treated.

From the main entrance hall, stone steps lead down to the Château’s vaulted cellar.

The House

This property has been completely restored, ensuring all comforts for modern living whilst retaining the charm, ambience and elegance of a historic building. The house benefits from central heating and double-glazed windows throughout, as well as its own separate entrance and parking area for several cars.

Kitchen/Dining Room. Tiled floor and attractive light wood fitted kitchen.

Boiler/Utility Room. Containing 2 separate oil-fired boilers; one for each property.

WC & hand basin.

Living Room (approx. 40m²). Tiled floor, original old bread oven fireplace, original old stone sink and exposed stone walls.

A recently installed staircase leads up to:

Bedroom 1 (approx. 18m²). Exposed stone walls and exposed beams.

Bedroom 2 (approx. 16m²). Exposed roof structure.

Bathroom. Bath, hand basin and WC.

Bedroom 3 (approx. 12m²).

Further bedrooms would be possible in the attic area over the attached workshop.

Adjoining the house is a large workshop (approx. 45m²).

The Château is accessed by large iron gates onto a gravel driveway; to the right of the drive are the outbuildings which comprise a large 3 door garage, a stone barn with double doors to the front, 2 loose box stables and space for tractor and equipment storage. The second smaller barn has 2 further stables to the rear, opening onto a small enclosed courtyard with open fronted shelter/hay store.

The land, which totals approx. 4.3 hectares, is divided up into several paddocks.

To the front of the Château is a large south-facing terrace, which has panoramic views over the gardens and lake below. The gardens are laid to lawn with specimen trees and shrubs and a small wooded area to the banks of the small lake. The lake has its own island and is stocked with carp.

The Château has dual heating; log-burning stove with back boiler (in kitchen), and oil. It has underfloor heating on the ground floor, radiators on the first floor. The house has oil central heating, radiators throughout




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