Price: 999.000 EUROS
XIX century chateau situated between Chateauroux and Issoudun. Sitting in wonderful grounds, surrounded by rolling countryside just on the edge of a pretty village.
This exceptional chateau was built on the foundations of a 13th century chapel, many re-used buildings from the 15th, 16th and 18th centuries, adjoining a former 18th century presbytery.
The entrance hallway is situated in the tower with oak entrance door, original oak flooring, two windows to the front and staircase to the first floor.
The dining room has a beautiful 18th century feature fireplace, original oak flooring, two windows and French doors opening onto the rear terrace overlooking the stunning parkland.
The billiard room has beautiful stone fireplace, wooden floors and panelling, French doors opening onto the rear terrace.
The Blue Room is the lounge and has a remarkable wooden fireplace, original oak flooring, windows overlooking the rear parkland and French doors opening to the front.
The second hallway was previously a service entrance with exit doors to the front and rear, with second staircase, original oak flooring and separate WC
Fitted kitchen with tiled floor, windows to the front and rear. A doorway leads from the kitchen to the presbytery.
The first floor has bedroom with feature marble fireplace, original oak flooring and windows to front and rear. En-suite with wash hand basin and bidet. Separate WC. Bedroom two also has feature marble fireplace, original oak flooring windows to front and rear.
Bedroom three has feature fireplace in yellow marble, original oak flooring, rear window overlooking the parkland. En-suite bathroom with mosaic tiled floor, bath and double washbasin and window to the front.
Bedroom four also has feature fireplace, windows to the side and rear, original oak flooring and French doors opening onto a Juliette balcony overlooking the rear parkland.
Bedrooms five & six have marble fireplaces, original oak flooring and windows overlooking the parkland. Bedroom seven has window to the front and original oak flooring. Separate WC.
The second floor has a WC and fitted wardrobe in the hallway. Bedroom 1 with feature marble fireplace, windows overlooking the front and side, original oak flooring.
Ante-bedroom 1 this space could be utilised to create a suite alongside Bedroom 1, with original oak flooring and window to the front.
Bedroom 2 with window overlooking the rear parkland, original oak flooring, doorway to bathroom.
Bedroom 3 with windows to the rear and side, original oak flooring and feature fireplace. Ante-Bedroom 3 this room adjoins bedroom 3 and again could be utilised to make another suite.
Bathroom with bath and washbasin, tiled walls and heated towel rail. Linen room with windows to the front. Store room used to be a bathroom with wash hand basin and window to the front.
Bedroom 5 with marble feature fireplace, original oak flooring, window overlooking the parkland. Bedroom 6 with original flooring, window overlooking the parkland and half panelled walls. En-suite bathroom with bath, bidet and windows to rear.
Bedroom 7 with windows to the front and rear, original oak flooring, leading to a dressing room with fitted wardrobes. En-suite bathroom with bath, washbasin, bidet and window. The third floor is the attic.
The cellar has four rooms, central heating boiler room, wine cellar and oil reserve tank.
The Presbytery has been lovingly renovated to create B & rooms. Comprised of ground floor with entrance hallway, fitted kitchen with separate entrance door and window overlooking the front courtyard. Lounge with feature fireplace and beamed ceiling and entrance doors to front and rear.
Gym, Sauna and unfinished bathroom. Bedroom, fruit storage, utility room, storage room and second entrance hallway with stairs to first floor.
The first floor has four bedrooms, three with en-suite bathrooms and separate WC. Reading room with original presbytery storage cupboards dating from 1726, wood flooring and windows to front and side.
In the park there is a group of buildings used as a garage and storage garden equipment. Also, a tower with the old water tank of the castle, a well and a tennis court.
Possibility to buy extra, on the other side of the street:• A plot of 680 m² outside the park, with a former caretaker's house to renovate completely. It comprises of nine rooms on two floors with cellar underneath.
• A plot of 5,220 m² outside the park, with an old house of 170 m² on two levels to restore completely. It comprises on the ground floor two rooms, kitchen, dining-living room, two bedrooms and storage room. Upstairs: two bedrooms with bathroom and toilet on one side. On the other side: living room, kitchen, three bedrooms, shower room and toilet. Cellar underneath. Former stables and separate garage.
The property is located in the heart of the Berry countryside, at the entrance of a small hamlet. The environment is very quiet, without any harmful. The cities of Chateauroux and Issoudun offer all shops and services.
Easy access via the A20 motorway at 22km, Paris is just over two hours. Only 5 kms from local amenities in Sauze Vaussais. 20 km to Chateauroux, 20 km to Issoudun with SNCF Stations, 90 mins from Limoges Airport.
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