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Reference241705
Price2,500,000 EUR
Bedrooms10
Bathrooms9
Floor Space900.0m2
Land Area2.4 Ha

Historical 10 bedroom Chateau for sale with countryside view in Domjean, Normandy

2,500,000 EUR
2,150,000 GBP2,675,000 USD
Surrounded by nearly 6 acres of glorious land with pond, dovecot, outbuildings and tennis court, is this outstanding 3 storey, 10 bedroom historical French Chateau with separate 2 bedroom guest house, enjoying scenic countryside views from its location near all amenities in Domjean.

The living rooms on the ground floor offer a beautiful match of old and contemporary styles. The bedrooms - 5 on the first floor and 5 on the second floor - are all of a stylish and comfortable tone, each with its own bathroom.

Dating from the 15th, 17th and 19th centuries, the chateau and its grounds are a haven of peace and beauty in the heart of the Normandy country. Located only 2 kilometres fr...
Surrounded by nearly 6 acres of glorious land with pond, dovecot, outbuildings and tennis court, is this outstanding 3 storey, 10 bedroom historical French Chateau with separate 2 bedroom guest house, enjoying scenic countryside views from its location near all amenities in Domjean.

The living rooms on the ground floor offer a beautiful match of old and contemporary styles. The bedrooms - 5 on the first floor and 5 on the second floor - are all of a stylish and comfortable tone, each with its own bathroom.

Dating from the 15th, 17th and 19th centuries, the chateau and its grounds are a haven of peace and beauty in the heart of the Normandy country. Located only 2 kilometres from the shops.

The 900m2 comprises on the ground floor of a kitchen of 40m2, a dining room of 25m2, a gallery of 40m2, a living room of 40m2, the oldest room in the castle (15th century) a spacious living room of 80m2, a games room of 20m2, a circular library, in the tower, of 16m2, and 2 WCs.

On the first floor are 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms as follows : a master suite of 55m2 with a 20m2 walk in wardrobe and a 20m2 bathroom, and a private library. The four others are from16 to 33m2, all en-suites. There are 2 rooms to renovate of 20 and 15m2.

5 more bedrooms between 9 and 30m2 and 4 bathrooms are on the second floor.

There is a large, stone cellar with a workout area.

A caretaker's house of 200m2, renovated in 2009, with a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom and WC, and two en-suite bedrooms, complets this exceptional property.
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