This is a unique opportunity to restore a historic property including a château of approximately 950 m² of habitable space, a park, outbuidings, a mill house and millers house,4 farm houses and outbuildings and 208 hectares of woods and cultivable land crossed by a river.
The château listed "monument historique" dates from the XIII century with its crenelated gate house, former moat, sentry towers, archer slits, 2 metre thick walls was originally used for defensive purposes with alterations in the early renaissance period (cloisters, galery, spiral stone staircase and hexagonal dungeon tower and finally empire style reception rooms.
Today the castle has conserved many of its original features including monumental stone fireplaces, high beamed ceilings, terracotta and parquet floors and original doors. There are 25 rooms including 9 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, several reception rooms, a gallery 84m², vaulted stone wine cellars, a chapel and a guards room 82m². In the park there are lovely cedar of Lebanon trees, plane and oak trees, a XVI century dovecote, a vegetable garden and a 25 meter length swimming-pool to rehabilitate, In addition 2 outbuildings for farm machinery and the state managers house with its tower and outbuildings.
The mill house with the millers house are down below the fortifications fed by a branch of the river which 50 years ago supplied electricity.
On the land of the property there are 3 other farmhouses with outbuidings in various states of repair, 48 hectares of woodland and 156 hectares of cultivated land (40 on a lease) and partly under irrigation where it is possible to have rotational crops of wheat, sunflowers,maize and oilseed rape.
The whole of this property allows an amateur of "old stone"a wonderful opportunity to restore a piece of french national heritage. Shops 3 kilometers and Agen and motorway 20 minutes drive.Possibility for plantation rights of bas-armagnac vines.