This beautifully elegant and charming 18th century château dominates a traditional Dordogne village and overlooks the Dordogne valley. Set over four floors, the rooms are very light and spacious and the layout lends itself to easy living. The property includes a two bedroom guest house, a garden with a pool, and a shop on the street.
On the ground floor there are two large vaulted rooms, one that serves as a living room and the other a bedroom, with several French doors opening on to the gardens and stone floors. Leading off the bedroom is a conservatory that leads to the annexe with three rooms, a bathroom, WC, and the laundry room.
On the first floor there is the large salon with a fireplace, kitchen/ dining room with a fireplace, and pantry, all with stone floors, and a bathroom with terracotta floor tiles, and a WC. There are steps from this floor leading down to the garden. The entire floor is very light due to the double aspect windows and very high ceilings.
On the second floor there are three bedrooms and three bathrooms, all with natural terracotta floor tiles.
The third floor is divided in to two sections, one of which has a very large room with multiple windows, wooden floors and a fireplace, that could be used as an art studio, library, or further living space, with stairs up to the loft space with a very high ceiling that could also be converted to living space. The other side has two bedrooms and a bathroom all with parquet floor and one with a fireplace, and access to the vast loft space.
The heating is underfloor gas central heating for the ground floor, first floor and second floor. The two bedrooms on the third floor have electric radiators.
The guest house (110m2) is all on one floor and offers a spacious living room and kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a utility room, all with stone flooring, and access on to the pedestrian street below. The heating is electric radiators and a wood burner.
The mature gardens of 1842m2 are very romantic with mature trees and shady lawn area. The kidney shaped swimming pool (11 x 6m) sits in the gardens between the château and the guest house.
Finally there is a shop (33m2) that gives on to the main street that could be used for a commercial purpose or converted to further living space. The property also has a licence 4 to serve alcohol if required.
A driveway leads off the street to the main gated entrance.
The possibility to acquire the furnitures and decorative objects is offered by separate negotiation.
The property is a listed historic monument.
The village has excellent shops and facilities including a bakery, a pharmacy, a supermarket, a local produce shop, several restaurants and has a train station that goes to Sarlat, Bergerac and Bordeaux and has a night train to Paris. There are two golf courses within 5 minutes drive, and the river Dordogne is within walking distance.
The access is convenient with Sarlat 30 minutes away, Bergerac 45 minutes, Bordeaux 2h10, and Toulouse 2h15.