Château with lake on 3.5Ha, Dordogne - FR

3,50ha €995.000,00
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Price
€995.000,00
Surface
3,50ha
Types
Residential, Nature, Project, Golf and recreation area, Agriculture
Region
Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Address
Bourg
24500 Sadillac
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This is the moment to let your dream come true.

On the edge of a village, 5 km to the south of Château de Monbazillac, superbly situated in the countryside.

Our beautiful Château with 3.5 Hectare meadow and spring / lake for irrigation, what venture capitalists call “lifestyle businesses” is now for sale

Close to Bergerac and Bordeaux airport for direct flights to the UK, the Netherlands and Belgium.


Property description

Picturesque 14th century Chateau standing over in a small Périgord village. Tastefully renovated with 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 4 toilets, salon with a wood burner, 2 kitchen's, 2 dining rooms with your own private bar, several terraces, heated swimming pool 6x12 with a pool house and toilet and shower, sauna, double garage, barn, utility room, cold room and 3 bedroom guardian's accommodation add to the luxury of what could be an outstanding private residence or business opportunity only 15 minutes from the center and airport of Bergerac and only 1.25 hours from Bordeaux.

Currently the chateau is rented out as a profitable holiday accommodation with an very interesting turn over. But can easily be your family home, holiday home, truffle orchard, vine yard, luxury B/B or hotel or an equestrian estate, are what venture capitalists call “lifestyle businesses”


Introduction

Steeped in history, this beautiful chateau has its origins in the 12th century when it served as the fortified priory with the adjacent church. In more recent years, the building has been sympathetically renovated to make it a comfortable 21st century home.

The property is on three levels, comprising the house and the tower, with the main entry at first floor into the large living room with stone fireplace, dining room, bedroom with ensuite bathroom, hallway and kitchen.

On the ground floor you will find a second dining room, bedroom with ensuite bathroom in the tower, kitchen, your own private bar, utility room and a cold room.

The other 4 bedrooms are on the second floor, one ensuite and 3 sharing a big bathroom, toilet and a hallway.

Imaginative use has been made of the tower, there are several circular bathrooms.

Possibility to convert the insulated attic space on the 3rd floor to provide an extra 75 m2 of living area or storage space.

The court yard is complete surrounded by an old stone wall, the big entrance gate is on the village square.

A brief history

The human presence in Sadillac is very ancient (carved stones, flint, ..) The very name of Sadillac comes from a Gallo-Roman villa belonging to one named Satellius; This name identifies a satellite, a veteran mercenary of the Roman armies rewarded for his loyal services. In April 1079, for the first time, the name Sadillac appeared in modern history


The monks cleared the forests to develop the land around them. On September 19th and 20th, 1304, the Archbishop of Bordeaux, Bertrand de GOT (who became Pope Clement V the following year) came to Sadillac to preach the word of God. Around 1340 the monks were replaced by a prior appointed alternately by the bishop of Agen.


At the end of the fifteenth century, a prior transformed the monastery into a priory. On August 8, 1565, the whole court of France crossed Sadillac on the road from Lauzun to Bergerac. There are Catherine de ‘Medici, Charles IX., Princes, lords and servants, guards and escorts with carriage horses and carriages, nearly 6,000 persons. Four years later, in May 1569, a Protestant army from Bergerac attacked the town of Sadillac and “after a terrible battle” captured it and shattered the houses, blew up the church and kept only the South wall as a point of support for the garrison installed in the priory.  


The town of Sadillac never recovered from this fatal day, the church was rebuilt only about forty years later, at the beginning of the seventeenth century. The priory, now called Chateau de Sadillac, was sold as national property in 1792.


Chateau de Sadillac

Contact information

Le Bourg, 00
24500 Sadillac (Dordogne)

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0033553739569