South of France – 18th century chateau on a vineyard

EUR 5,040,000
(US $5,405,974)
Lézignan-Corbières, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Status: Active
18th century chateau with more than 1,112 acres of which 136 acres of vineyards (126 acres of PDO and 10 acres of VDP), 86 acres of arable fields, 5 acres of lake and 852 acres of woods and garrigue. The 136 acres of vines are mainly concentrated around the property and cultivated according to the principles of biodynamics. The master's residence, entirely renovated, has a reception hall, lounges, dining room, kitchen, office and very luxurious suites. Surrounded by a park of 32,292 sq. ft. with a chapel, a stone amphitheater, an ornamental basin, a bread oven and an old orangery. A building permit under investigation would double the housing capacity and, for the exploitation, an extension of the cellar, new bottling and handling premises, storage and a space to welcome the clients. This property is even more unique because of its majestic private mountain, whose highest point is over 600m.
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Groupe Mercure

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