South of France, 19th century chateau with stables and vineyard
Montréal-du-Gers, Midi-Pyrénées, 32250, France
Magnificent 74-hectare winegrowing and equestrian property with a luminous 19th-century Renaissance-style château. Approx. 600 sqm of living space on three levels of 200 sqm each. 13 main rooms including 9 bedrooms. Fine architectural features. Magnificent grounds, pleasant faienced swimming pool. Beautiful view over a valley. No nuisance.
The château is composed as follows:
First floor: a terrace opens onto a wide entrance hall with a grand staircase, vast living room, beautiful dining room, library, bedroom, bathroom, fitted kitchen, storeroom and laundry room.
1st floor: Large landing, 5 large bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Terrace.
2nd floor: Living room with a kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom.
230 sqm semi-buried cellar.
Many original features: parquet floors, fireplaces, tiles, etc…
Outbuildings of approx. 1400 sqm, including :
A 200 sqm stable with 4 large stalls and a hangar.
An 870 sqm building comprising former cowsheds, a wine storehouse with 11 concrete vats, a distillery room with a double-heated still, accommodation on 2 floors and an open garage.
An old farmhouse of 250 sqm on one level, with an unfinished attic.
A pretty 75 sqm converted dovecote on three floors.
74 ha of free land, including 40 ha of vineyards and 16 ha of meadows, 10 ha of land, 7 ha of parklands and woods.
The vineyard of 40ha 47a 95ca is composed of :
1.33 ha of Cabernet Sauvignon
1.44 ha of Merlot
4.21 ha of Chardonnay
11.97 ha of Colombard
6.6956 ha Gros Manseng
3.73 ha Sauvignon Blanc
4.013 ha Sauvignon Gris