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|Price|| €10 600 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€10 000 000 without fees)
|Surface||1000 M2*||Plot Size||4500000 M2|
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Exceptional and rare area of 450 hectares in one one plot ; comprising 25 hectares of vineyards, 170 ha of agricultural land, 240 ha of woodlands and around 30 ha of lakes. Classé Château with caretaker cottage, barns and stables . Hunting Room. Kennels. Pool .Very good opportunity for business
This beautiful castle is composed of a single building with two wings, one of the eighteenth century which was renovated in 2001 and 2002, with a large entrance with majestic staircase, 2 large lounges, an office overlooking the pond, modern kitchen and dining room , ground floor .
First floor, 5 bedrooms with bathroom.
The second floor to renovate , beautiful vaulted cellar.
The other wing of the Château, dating back to the 15th Century remains to be renovated, identical layout.
Exceptional roof frame; boat hull.
Numerous outbuildings with 2 houses, for Caretakes and Game Keeper. Hangar for agricole equipment, barns, stables..
Maison de Chasse - 14 people , 6 bedrooms.
Hunting area fully enclosed by a fence of 2.50 m with 0, 50 buried .
Lands consist of approximately 25 ha of vineyards (production of cognac ) The entire harvest from the vineyards is sold at Hennessy contract .
170 ha of agricultural land , 240 ha of woods , about 30 ha of ponds.
All lands have a network of buried irrigation ponds fed by the farm.
Located 40 minutes Angoulême (airport and TGV) and 1 hour 15 minutes from Bordeaux.
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The Charente department is home to over 340,000 inhabitants and is located in the south-east of Poitou-Charentes. The countryside offers a unique and varied environment for walkers and mountain bikers from rolling hills in the east to a flatter landscape in the west. The northern area is wild with deep forests and peaks reaching to over 1000ft. The Charente has long relied on agriculture to fuel its economy. In the 18th Century, however, the department started mass producing its infamous Cognac drink, which proved extremely popular with people from all over the world.
The department is very well situated for expatriates looking to purchase French property here, with great roads down to the Charente and the Channel ports just a short days drive away. The department has access to Poitiers, La Rochelle, Bordeaux, Bergerac and Limoges airports, all within 2 hours.
Angouleme is a small yet cosmopolitan city, with a fairly dynamic feel about the place when compared to the neighbouring Dordogne or Haute Vienne. It hosts a lot of events such its vintage car racing (the Circuit des Remparts) which takes place in September , the cartoon festival in January and a great music scene which just seems to get better every year . Both Cognac and Confolens have annual festivals which attract tourists to the area.
The Charente has an immensely varied countryside bordering 5 departments, famous for both its Cognac vineyards in the west, and its Limousin beef production in the east, which in terms of scenery are worlds apart. The valley of the Charente River meanders down from Ruffec in the north through Angouleme onto Jarnac and Cognac. Confolens in the East of the department is situated on the banks of the majestic River Vienne, this area being known as the Charente Limousine, and is extremely popular with expatriates because it looks and feels like the UK. The south of the county which borders the Charente Maritime has a much better climate but less undulating scenery.