12th Century Château and former Monastery, huge development potential,
The Château and Monastery is a magnificent building dating back partly to the 12th Century. The property was a monastery from its early beginnings, but was used as private accommodation from 1791 until 1993 and then used again from an order of monks until ...
|Preis:||4.600.000,00 €||~ 3.881.020,00 £||~ 5.070.120,00 $|
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... recently. Large parts of the building are of great historical significance and the outside wall with the crenels as well as some parts in the Château are listed as a historical monument.This magnificent and exceptional property is in a beautiful countryside setting, surround by 59 hectares of which are 15ha of parkland and woods, 30ha of arable farmland and today 4ha of operational vineyard. A river partially forms a natural boundary. At one point this property was an operational winery with about 40ha; the wine cellar offers enough space to elevate the own wine. This unique property offers a vast potential to the next owner and would transform particularly well into a hotel or wellbeing retreat, wedding venue, conference centre, corporate headquarters, school, multiple lodgings, vast private home or a combination of the above. If you have a similar project in mind and are considering the south of France then this property should be on your shortlist. An incredible property comprising numerous buildings set around a series of courtyards and a cloister. There are some habitable parts with more than 20 bedrooms, whilst huge space could be renovated and converted into living areas. The most imposing element is a South facing Chateau built in the style of French architect Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc which is in need of restoration. Other buildings include a new accommodation block, built in a style which is sympathetic to the rest of the property; two further stone-built accommodation units, a chapel, a chapter house, former stable, kitchens, dining rooms, offices, workshops, farm buildings and an enormous wine production facility. Many aspects of the property have been restored by the monks, using traditional techn
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