with 62 ha of parklands and game-filled forest in the Touraine region
3 hours from Paris via the A10 motorway and 30 minutes from Tours TGV train station, with its 1-hour links to Paris. This property stands between Loches and Tours, on the outskirts of a little village, with a wealth of culture and forests.
On a higher level, a farmstead, spanning approx. 1,200 m², and an 80 m² barn await renovation.
This chateau, dating from 1860, is cubic in shape. It comprises twenty-two rooms, spanning a total of 850 m² of living space.
The lower level is taken up by a hunting room, with a fireplace, a laundry room, a boiler room, a second room with a fireplace, a woodstore and a wine cellar.
A large entrance hall, with black and white floor tiles laid in a chessboard pattern, leads to a fully fitted kitchen and a first, south-facing lounge, with herringbone parquet flooring, moulding, a ceiling rose and a marble fireplace. Further on is a dining room. A second lounge, in a similar style to the first, features a fireplace with a brown marble mantel.
A landing provides access to four bedrooms, with cupboards, and two bathrooms.
Four bedrooms, including three with their own bathrooms and one with a wash-hand basin.
Two large bedrooms, each with its own, fully renovated bathroom. An attic which could be converted.
A large farmstead, spanning 1,200 m² and awaiting renovation, belongs to the property. It also includes an 80 m² barn. All of the buildings, laid out so as to virtually enclose an inner courtyard, are covered with traditional roof tiles.
The parklands are composed of lawns and a large number and variety of outstanding trees such as century-old oak and cedar trees. Below the chateau, a lake with two islets enhances the property. The parklands are extended by a forest estate composed of deciduous trees, where hunts are regularly organised.
This residence is faultless in that it is in a good state of repair inside as well as out and blends harmoniously with its 62 ha of land: a place where everything appears to be exactly as it always was as if it were the most natural thing in the world. It is a coherent property composed of continuous plots of land. This is not a stately chateau with its large reception rooms, but more a family chateau, well-suited to the modern-day way of life, that is easy to maintain and heat.
|Land registry surface area||62 ha|
|Main building surface area||850 m2|
|Number of bedrooms||10|
|Outbuilding surface area||1200 m2|
Marie-Antoinette de Groulard +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.