An 18th century chateau and its outbuildings dominating 9 ha of land, 4.5 ha of which are wine-producing vines less than 20 minutes from Bordeaux - re
ca. 90.000,00 m²
ca. 90.000,00 m²
An 18th century chateau and its outbuildings dominating 9 ha of land, 4.5 ha of which are wine-producing vines less than 20 minutes from Bordeaux. On the foothills of the Garonne Valley, on the edge of the Entre-Deux-Mers regions undulating landscapes. Bordeaux, a town classified as a World Heritage site by Unesco, and its train station are less than 20 minutes away; its airport is less than 30 minutes away. The town centre, shops and all amenities are but a few hundred metres away. In a setting combining vines, farmland, forest and housing. Backing on to a little road on the periphery of a continuous plot of land, this property comprises several sections: an 18th century chateau (probably even older) spanning approx. 620 m²; outbuildings set out around the entrance porch way spanning approx. 200 m², part of which is converted into a holiday rental accommodation unit; farm buildings including a holiday rental accommodation unit spanning approx. 80 m² as well as barns and awnings covering more than 300 m². And lastly, a 230 m² house comprising three bedrooms. There are also stalls, a carpark and pavilions concealed in the woods forming part of the propertys 9 ha of land. It is accessed off a little road, by passing through a porch way which opens into a courtyard. The chateauThe original construction dates from before the 18th century. The premises, previously used as a coaching inn, were completed at this time by a classical extension. The main, north-facing facade looks out over the vines. It features six bays aligned over two levels. The entrance in a projection, marked by a porch way and a sober pediment, features an old door with a knocker. This robust building is set out around a patio. The south facade runs alongside a little road. The building potentially comprises seven bedrooms and three bathrooms. Ground floor The vestibule, with its floor tiles laid in a chessboard pattern, includes an 18th century monumental stairway with three flights of stairs and wrought iron railings. A door on each intermediate landing opens into hall areas, providing access to the rear section. On the right-hand side is a small lounge, a dining room, with a brick fireplace, and a fitted kitchen, opening on to the patio with its stone fireplace. Gironde stone tiles cover the floors. At the back are a scullery and a boiler room opening into the outbuilding. On the left-hand side of the vestibule is a dining room, still with its cast iron potager (a secondary hearth where soups and other previously prepared dishes are cooked on embers), terracotta floor tiles and its 18th century moulded panelling. Next, a library, with parquet flooring, wall panelling and a marble fireplace, leads to the east facade. Here, there is a chapel with its sacristy, the decoration of which has not been touched for decades. First floor This floor is separated into two half levels. A first half level, reached from the large stairway, provides access to three bedrooms and two bathrooms via corridors and independent stairways. The ground floor can be reached directly, the rooms have old doors, parquet flooring and fireplace. Forming the north-west corner of the building, the master bedroom opens directly on to the main landing. A hall area, with terracotta floor tiles, on the other side of the landing leads to a bedroom, a recent bathroom and a large bedroom with parquet flooring. Following the latter, a large bedroom adjoins a section awaiting renovation comprising a bedroom, a room and a separate toilet with a direct access. Outbuilding Adjoining the main building and reached via a separate entrance, a first wing flanks the entrance porch way. The vestibule, with its superb contemporary wooden stairway, leads to a room, spanning approx. 60 m², which opens on to the porch way awaiting conversion. An ...
Wohnfläche: 620,00 m², Anzahl der Schlafzimmer: 10, Anzahl der Badezimmer: 5, Bundesland: Aquitaine