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Reference 231431

Character 7 bedroom Chateau for sale with countryside view in Montcuq, Midi-Pyrenees

1,774,000 EUR
1,525,640 GBP 1,898,180 USD
Beautifully restored stone built Chateau, ideally situated in a quiet setting on the edge of the medieval village of Montcuq, with all amenities close at hand.

Superbly renovated to a very high standard and with a total living area of 364m2, features include, in the main house: entrance hall 20m2, living room 80m2, kitchen 23m2, back kitchen 17m2, living room 30m2, master suite 38m2, 3 further en-suite bedrooms of 28, 23 and 17m2, cellars including a billiard room and wine cellar, etc.

Guest house: living room 44m2, bedroom 15m2 and a bathroom 5m2.

There is also a dovecote on 3 levels of 9m2, barn of 270m2, large terraces, summer kitchen, secure swimming pool, mini golf, fishing pond, 3 horse boxes of 8m2, hut for children, etc.

Located close to a quiet village with all amenities and set within 39 acres of land.

Features

Reference231431
Price1,774,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
7
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
5
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
364.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
15.6 Ha

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This Chateau is located in Montcuq in France

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1. Signing the Agreement (Compris)

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