Attractive chateau situated in the Loire Valley, close to the old town of Loches and set in the heart of a preserved village.
Country Of Origin: France
Product Age: 18th Century
Seller's Contact: UK +44 (0)1935 389600 / email@example.com.
|| 1,365,100 GBP
|| 2,019,600 USD
Attractive chateau situated in the Loire Valley, close to the old town of Loches and set in the heart of a preserved village, within private parkland of 5 hectares (12 acres), the former property of famous 18th century French General and Marquis.
250 km from Paris by motorway A10 (exit 50 km)
30 km from the city of Tours:
High speed train to Paris,
Ryan Air airport (direct flights to London and Dublin).
In the very heart of a preserved village
Close to a Forest.
Structure & Architecture: 16th & 18th century architecture
Renaissance courtyard with arcade
Classical architecture on the main facade
Very good condition.
Interiors: 1000sqm of living space
Sitting and drawing rooms
2 kitchens with butlers' pantry
Bedroom and shower room
Magnificent stone staircase leading up to the first floor
Large landing area and central gallery
6 principal bedrooms
Ground Floor: Hall, living room, dining room, kitchen
1st floor: 3 bedrooms, bathroom and WC
Basement, boiler room (oil and wood boilers)..etc
Independent guest house called
Ground Floor: Hall, living room, dining room, utility, WC
1st floor: 4 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room, WC
2nd floor: 4 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room, WC
2 houses ( currently rented-out)
Park: 5 hectares (12acres) partly walled
Tree lined driveway
Courtyard just in front of the renaissance facade, complete with a charming lake
Parterres in front of the classical facade: part of this esplanade is designed with topiaries (box trees) and a central alley.
There would be a possibility to double this surface in designing complete French gardens i.e. with broderies parterres....etc
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