Magnificent French Château From The XIIth Century

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Unique Château from the 12th century, restored to very high standards and rumoured to be where Richard the
Lionheart passed away after receiving a fatal injury from an arrow during battle.
Serene and peaceful environment with many local activities such as a golf course, 5 lakes and a heliport, the whole set in over 165 hectares of land.

This substantial Château is both luxurious and breathtaking, set in idyllic surroundings with
lakes, oak and chestnut forests, perfect for horse riding and falconry (hunting with falcons).
Completely renovated to the highest modern standards, all of which is completely in keeping
with the authenticity of its history.
There are satellite TV services, underfloor heating system throughout, high speed internet
access, a modern professional kitchen designed in rustic style, and most of the rooms have
their own shower rooms or bathrooms.
The living space contains a great hall, chapel, offices. 2 dining rooms, a living room, a cinema
room, a library, a billiard room, meeting room. There is also a jacuzzi, a sauna, servants
quarters, 2 lifts and private intercom.
Master bedroom, family bedrooms, 15 guests rooms (most of which have their own shower
rooms or bathrooms).
Accommodation extends to approximately 3500m² (about 37674 square feet) including 6
houses, 5 barns, a tavern with alcohol licence, medieval golf course, shop and tennis court.
The location is in the middle of France, in the Limousin region of Haute-Vienne – on the
border of the Dordogne. 350km South of Paris and 43km from the historic porcelain city of
Limoges, with its international airport just a 15 minute drive away.

Price: € 20,000,000
£ 16,444,000*

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