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Reference 246601

Unique 11 bedroom Chateau for sale with countryside view in Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees

7,245,000 EUR
6,230,700 GBP 7,752,150 USD
In excellent condition throughout, this magnificent 11 bedroom chateau, which was built in 1818 and listed as a 'Monument Historique', is ideally situated in a quiet setting just 30 minutes from Toulouse.

Recently undergone major renovation work and beautifully showcasing a harmonious blend of historical charm and modern luxury, and paying great attention to detail, which is second to none, demonstrating a commitment to preserving the building's heritage, yet introducing contemporary comforts.

With a vast built area of 1,500m2, this immaculate chateau is spread over 4 floors, which feature: grand entrance hall of 75m2, which sets the tone for the opulence within and boasts exquisite paintings on the ceilings, painstakingly applied by hand. The 5 salons, each with panelling and fireplace, provide versatile spaces suitable for both conferences and private living, reflecting the property's adaptability. The large kitchen is equipped with professional appliances from a leading German manufacturer and leads through to an office and a separate bar. The 4 suites on the first floor and 5 on the top floor, seamlessly incorporate modern comforts without compromising the building's character and have been stylishly decorated.

The basement, not overlooked in the extravagant renovation, features a wine cellar, a hammam and a massage room, adding a touch of indulgence to the property.

The chateau sits in 10 hectares of park (which is also listed) and woodland, and has a beautiful small lake which appears to float on the perfectly manicured lawns, providing a serene backdrop.

Additional features include a 2 bedroom guardian's house and a 500m2 reception room in the grounds, with views towards the chateau, expand the property's potential uses, making it suitable for conferences, weddings, and more.

By visiting the chateau, you will witness first hand the passion and dedication invested by the owner and artisans in bringing this historic property back to life.

Features

Reference246601
Price7,245,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
11
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
9
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
1,500.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
10.4 Ha

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This Chateau is located in Toulouse in France

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