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House In Saint-astier, France
US $2,950,897
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  • 7 bedrooms
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15th century castle
DORDOGNE - CLOSE TO SAINT ASTIER The castle was built in the 15th and 16th centuries; The oldest part comprises a main building flanked by two 15th century round towers, then a second main building adjoining the first one, also flanked by two square machicolated towers. The dwelling offers 15 main rooms for a total of approximately 700 m2 of living space. It comprises three lounges, a dining room, an office, a games room, a library, seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a vaulted cellar and several rooms to be converted. Inside there are several Renaissance fireplaces, the most beautiful of which bears the following inscription: 'made by moy Laviole in the year 1670', stone floors and oak floors. The outbuildings are large and cover well over 1,000 m2. In the courtyard, there is a vast 16th century barn which has partly preserved its original roof structure and is ideal for large parties. Closing off the courtyard is a large farmhouse including a caretaker's house, old wine storehouses and several workshops. Finally, a 17th century round dovecote, a swimming pool and a tennis court completes this beautiful property. The estate in one piece extends over 44 hectares, including 10 hectares of parkland and meadows, 29 hectares of forest and five hectares of farmland (on the edge of the property). It has two ponds and a spring which automatically water the park using two pumps. Exterior lighting. Up-to-date sanitation. This very beautiful romantic Château steeped in history and boasting remarkable architecture is built on the side of a hill which allows you to enjoy a superb view without any nuisance. A dream for nature and peace and quiet lovers. Property tax of 4,500 €. Contact: Thierry de Langsdorff 06 61 26 68 25

Saint-Astier, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
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