West of France – 19th century chateau set on 32 acres

EUR 1,590,000
(US $1,904,794)
16700
Londigny, Nouvelle Aquitaine, France

This stunning 19th-century chateau, built on 16th-century foundations on 32 acres of parkland, woods and meadows, is a surprising blend of neo-gothic and neo-renaissance architecture. On the courtyard side, it consists of a long rectangular main building with a pavilion in the front, with a wing at the back.

This façade is embellished with a rich and varied decoration. On the garden side, one of the ends is equipped with a circular tower, while the return wing is flanked by a high tower, reminiscent of the medieval keep.

A part of this estate being restored, but one wing remains to be completely renovated. Possibility to acquire the furniture. .

Property reference: 13770vm .

16
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
1,241,079
Square Feet
1/4

Listing Agent

Xavier Robelin

Groupe Mercure
xavier.robelin@mercurepc.com

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