A classic chateau entrance along a magnificent tree lined driveway crossing an anceient moat introduces one of the finest French estates on the market today. Set in the rolling agricultural landscape of the South West of France, surrounded by 42 hectares of verdant, countryside and flanked by crystal clean rivers, this beautifully updated Renaissance estate, with parts dating back to medieval times, retains its original character and a wealth of historic features. The buildings are presented in excellent condition with a plethora of modern amenities. The current owners have meticulously and very sensitively restored the chateau with no expense spared to achieve comfort and luxury; with double glazing, excellent insulation, heating system and high-end fittings throughout. Light spacious rooms form the core of the floor plan with high 4m ceilings, interconnecting formal rooms, magnificent fireplaces and stunning original flooring. There is extensive space that would allow for further development both in the main chateau and the outbuildings. The chateau is notable for its water features and formal gardens while the wider estate offers fishing and hunting.