This sensational Chateau, situated on a cliff above one of the most important rivers to flow through the Dordogne with views overlooking the Estate and beyond to the its local village, was built largely in the fifteenth century and extended during the Great Siecle. The present Chateau features four substantial circular towers at the corners of a substantial rectangular central core.
The stone structure and exterior have been fully restored, the roofs and turrets renewed. The interior has been stripped of all decoration and now presents a blank canvas for refurbishment to an owner’s requirements, for while classified by UNESCO as a ‘Monument Historic’, there are no material constraints to re-planning / designing the interior. It represents approximately 1,000 sqm (10,000 sq ft) of habitable space.
The Chateau itself is surrounded by a series of outbuildings, walls and gatehouse – some of which have been renovated, others presenting a similar blank canvas as the Chateau.
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