Historic 2.395m Euro Monument For Sale In Damazan, France

You'll want to take a closer look at this stunning historic property for sale in Damazan, France. The historic Euro property is a chateau from the 13th to 17th centuries and classified as a Historic Monument priced at €2.395m. The chateau near Agen has been completely renovated with exquisite taste and is perfectly maintained by its owners who visit regularly with family. The house has 1400 square meters which can comfortably accommodate 24 people in 15 bedrooms. The park has a large swimming pool and a tennis court, with showers and amenities below. The 400 square meter living rooms and sitting rooms are complemented with a library and a superb billiard room. The chateau also offers two large galleries of 90 square meters each on the ground floor and the first floor.

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There is a square dungeon that dominates the chateau and outbuildings where elements of the ancient medieval fortifications are found to include towers, watchtowers, and archers. The 17th-century additions surrounding the central tower with the commons, enclose a courtyard whose access is defended by a gatehouse. There is an L dwelling that was built on the north side in the 15th century. The entrance to the northwest may date from the end of the 16th century. In the 18th century, there is a house with agricultural outbuildings that are closed to the courtyard. This is a superb property that combines history and modern comforts in an intimate setting. This castle is just 10 minutes away from the motorway, 40 minutes from Agen and its TGV station, and 1 hour and 20 minutes from Toulouse and Bordeaux.

Agen is a conventional town located in Aquitaine’s Lot-et-Garonne Department. The conventional town doesn’t concern itself much with tourism, but that doesn't mean there is nothing to see or do. You can visit the Fine Arts Museum, and the Canal de Garonne which promises bike rides or boat trips along a verdant valley beside orchards and with tall wooded hills forming the backdrop. There is also a theme park, tree-climbing center, caves, and a child-friendly Roman site all effortlessly close.

The Musee des Beaux-Arts has uplifting paintings in a complex of four historic mansions from the 1500s and 1600s. History buffs will love the archaeology department, where you can look over 1,600 items from Lebanon and Syria, among the coins, statues, and children's toys that were plundered during the Crusades. The art galleries are exceptionally rich for a provincial museum, with hanging works by Alfred Sisley, Goya, Tintoretto, and Camille Corot to name a few. The resplendent houses that hold these exhibits are also of interest with spiral stairways, generous fireplaces, courtyards, and furniture in 26 rooms.

Walibi Sud-Ouest is the premier theme park in the region which caters to the youngest members of the family up to around the age of 13. The park sits on 30 hectares of wooded parkland that surround a real 18th-century chateau, which is now a genteel setting for one of six restaurants at the park.

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