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In the middle of France, 3 hours from Paris and 30 km from Châteauroux and its train station, with 2¼ hour links to the French capital, as well as its aerodrome with flights to London, Ajaccio, Lyon, Toulouse, Biarritz and Nice. 30 km from the motorway. In a rural region composed of valleys and small irregular-shaped fields, separated by hedges and ditches, crossed by winding lanes and streams. Such mysterious, romantic scenery has long been a source of inspiration for numerous French writers such as George Sand.
This building, classified on the French supplementary historic monument list, has been fully restored from the ground floor up to the ridge tiling. The three towers feature their covered wall-walk and their chimney stack. They also have a multitude of openings, spanning different shapes and sizes throughout their height. The watch-towers are topped with octagonal roofs, just like the central turret which houses the spiral stairway. The building’s two wings are covered with hip and gable roofs, featuring on the south and west sides two gable roof dormers with gothic style pinnacles. The facades have mullioned windows.
The old, 50 m long stables, spanning 500 m² per level, are listed. The building and its two towers are undergoing restoration works. The ground floor is almost finished. It comprises a library, a small lounge, a reception room with a bar, a study, a bedroom and its bathroom. Renovation works are ongoing in the tack room and the stables. Upstairs, a room with six fireplaces accommodated the farmworkers when it was time to work in the fields.
The third tower, at the south end of the curtain wall, is still in its original condition but is structurally sound. The same can be said for the gallery, with its 19 monolithic columns and their capitals, connected to one another by wooden arches. Once a leper hospital, then a real-tennis court, it too is listed.
This castle, pointing skywards via the conical roofs on its towers and watch-towers, looking down on its surroundings from its dominant position, could be a daunting sight but instead is quite the contrary. The full restoration works have a lot to do with this as its austerity has been softened and its intimidating character transformed into a family air. Such constructions are continually faced with the feat of adapting to whatever is expected of them by successive centuries. New owners will be able to expect a great deal from this old medieval fortress, with its still authentic outbuildings and its large accommodation capacity.
3 950 000 €
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.
À Paris et en Ile-de-France
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