Palladian-style Chateau with outbuildings
Ancenis, Pays de La Loire, France
On the outskirts of a small town with train and motorway access nearby, dominating the Loire river, a large property of 44.5 acres enclosed and a further 5 acres facing the river, comprising a vast chateau dating from 1854, and 16 outbuildings.
The Palladian-style chateau spans 3 stories with a floor surface area of 4,844 sq ft, on a basement of the same surface area, and under a large, high attic.
The building and the roof are in good condition, however some structural work will be required.
The former outbuildings offer a surface area of 7,534.74 sq ft to be rebuilt on 3 floors.
The enclosed grounds stretch along a rambling Loire river, offering beautiful views around the chateau, and its wooded areas and vast orangery. The grounds also contain the ruins of a previous chateau and various other small buildings.
The historical monument classification covers all the chateau buildings and the whole park.
This important property may be particularly suitable for a cultural or tourist project, as well as a residential property due to its interesting location.
Property reference: 19331PL