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In the midst of a little town bordered to the south by the river Loire, the course of which runs through a wide valley fashioned over centuries. In the shadow of one of the region’s famous chateaux, a superb example of the architecture between the Medieval and Renaissance eras. Near to the renowned Bourgueil vineyard, in undulating countryside, dotted with vines and forests.
Between stronghold houses and Seigneuries, churches and ruins, all bearing witness to a rich historic past.
Within easy reach of Tours as well as the area around Paris.
The setting is peaceful and the surroundings verdant.
The manor house
Constructed in the 15th century, but greatly redesigned in the 19th century, this private manor house was protected by a perimeter wall, built of rubble stone, a remaining portion of which on the east side is flanked by a round tower with a candlesnuffer roof.
Near to this tower was a semi-circular arched postern which is now condemned.
On the south side, the building features an octagonal tower, housing a spiral stairway.
A paved access path precedes an outstanding, wide, carved wooden door, enhanced with a basket-handle stone archway.
Above, the various walls of the tower feature several small openings.
These windows are topped with a depressed stone arch, glazed with stained glass.
The left-hand facade features mullioned windows.
On the upper section of the gable is a small bell.
The other section, on the right-hand side, is a more recent extension of the building.
This property was once home to the chaplain of the nearby chateau.
According to legend, a secret underground passageway once linked the chateau and this old house of the king’s prior.
Bearing witness to history, this residence has not only been home to the chaplain, but also a boarding school for young girls and even a hospital, before quite simply becoming a family home.
The remains of the old chapel, including murals and other vestiges of the past, are still in existence.
The main building spans approx. 350 m² of living space over three levels, comprising twelve rooms, topped with attics.
The basement includes cellars and outbuildings.
The interior layout is however somewhat dated and works will have to be scheduled.
On either side are miscellaneous outbuildings.
The building faces south.
An unusual building, steeped in history, whose residents have preserved a certain authenticity despite carrying out moderate restoration works.
An ideal location, near to the capital of the Touraine region, in a quiet and picturesque market town, immersed in the beauty and charm of the surrounding countryside.
This is a wonderful opportunity to make good use of the additional space in the outbuildings, in the midst of pleasant, wooded parklands, spanning a reasonable surface area that is easy to maintain.
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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.
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