This XVI Century Chateau for sale in France is a fairy tale property. Priced at €3.3m this Chateau is For Sale With Pierres de Loire Immobilier. Touraine is around 2 hours 45 minutes from Paris and is a magnificent 16th-century property that is surrounded by a moat, erected in the heart of a 9-hectare wooded park. This stunning property has a main house extended by a lower part, an old chapel to the east, and two fortified towers that complete this set.
Access is by a bridge and by a fortified door. The main building includes a ground floor living room of over 60 square meters, a library of 40 square meters, a beautiful dining room of 40 square meters, a kitchen of 45 square meters, laundry, unawares, boiler room, and a water closet. On the first floor, there is a 45 square meter master bedroom, a 30 square meter bathroom with a shower and bath, three other bedrooms, and a bathroom. The upper floor offers a large living room of 31 square meters, two bedrooms, an office, and two bathrooms.
In the old chapel that has been transformed into a dwelling, there is air-conditioning, in the basement is a beautiful vaulted wine cellar. On the ground floor, there is a 66 square meter office and a water closet. Above there is a 66 square meter studio including a beautiful living room, kitchenette, and a bathroom. The old defense towers have 2 levels remaining to be converted. The caretaker's house is around 55 square meters and has a lounge, a bedroom, and a bathroom. There is a heated swimming pool by heat pump, a pool house bar, and an outdoor shower with hot water. The property has a vegetable garden. The chateau is registered in the Additional Inventory of Historical Monuments. Access to this property via the Motorway is 8 kilometers away, to TGV 20 km, and the Village 1 km. A helicopter is a possible arrival option on the estate.
Touraine is often called the Garden of France, with the region being known for its rich food, tasty cheeses, and famous pure French accent, as well as a first-rate line-up of glorious chateaux. Other things the area is known for are some medieval to include Langeais and Loches, others Renaissance to include Azay-le-Rideau, Villandry, and Chenonceau. The vibrant capital is Tours with plenty of good restaurants, chateau tours, and public transport options.
Touraine is traversed by the Loire River and its tributaries the Cher, the Indre, and the Vienne. It makes up a part of the western Paris Basin. It is also well known for its viticulture. The TGV high-speed train system, which connects Tours with Paris (200 kilometers away) in just over an hour, has made Touraine a place of residence for people who work in the French capital but seek a different quality of life. Throughout the late 15th and 16th centuries, Touraine was a favorite residence of French kings, and the dark and gloomy castles were converted to Renaissance Chateaux.
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