French Real Estate, Historic Castle, Limousin, France
This magnificent and historic Chateau, dating from the 12th century, is the epitome of glorious French real estate.
The castle has been restored to very high standards. The Chateau is full of history. It is rumored that Richard the LionHeart passed away here after receiving a fatal injury from an arrow during a battle.
The Castle is enormous, luxurious and breathtaking, surrounded by peaceful lakes with oak and chestnut forests, ideal for horse riding and hunting.
The total living space of over 37,000 square feet includes 6 houses, 5 barns, a tavern with alcohol license, medieval golf course, tennis court, a great hall, chapel, offices, master bedroom, family bedrooms, 15 guest rooms, 2 dining rooms, living room, cinema room, library, billiard room, jacuzzi, sauna, servants quarters, 2 elevators, and private intercom.
Located in the middle of France, in the Limousin region called Haute-Vienne, on the border of the Dordogne region, about 210 miles south of Paris, and 25 miles from the porcelain city of Limoges, with an international airport just a 15 minute drive away.
Offered at 20,000,000 Euros.
For more information on this property, or on homes in other areas of France, contact The Matchmakers, a real estate company specializing in beautiful homes in the San Francisco Bay Area and France.
Jim and Elizabeth Hilgendorf, the owners, have been to France many times, love the country, and have partnered with one of the top real estate agencies in all of France to personally help clients through the sometimes difficult process of searching for and buying their dream home in France.
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