Whether you want to live in a beautiful French castle, or make a great future investment with big returns, this charming 18th century chateau is the perfect property for you. With its near five acres of land, 377m2 of living space and five impressive reception rooms, this castle would do great as a bed and breakfast, or other touristy and business events.
The castle has 6 beautiful bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Outside, gorgeous gardens with a cute pond and amazing country views await to be admired. There you’ll also find a guest house, which after renovation would fit the beautiful atmosphere perfectly and would offer a lot more future possibilities for the development of the property. Next to the guest house there’s a swimming pool, a pool house and summer kitchen with a beautiful dining area, perfect for a fabulous summer dinner parties and events.
The chateau’s roof and the whole building are very well maintained – it has central heating since 2019 and a renewed electricity system. With Its great location only a few minutes away from the airport and from the center of beautiful Bergerac, as well as just over an hour drive to Bordeaux, the chateau is a perfect place for living or for different kinds of businesses.
About the place:
Bergerac is a commune in France. It’s located on the Dordogne River and borders Périgord, Limousin, Poitou-Charentes and Aquitaine. The city has over 40 kilometers of walking trails that lead to many other villages. There are several castles along these trails for visitors to explore, including Château de Castelnaud, which provides tours around its exterior and features an interactive audio tour inside via your phone or tablet device connection while you walk through this medieval castle’s walls.
The city is very popular for travelers due to its scenic location and easy access by public transportation. There are several restaurants offering traditional French dishes or Bergerac wines, which you can find throughout France. In addition there are many local markets that offer an array of fresh produce all year round, including seasonal fruit like strawberries in springtime and summer stone fruits like peaches, plums and cherries.
Things to do in Bergerac:
Visit the castle: The Château de la Mothe is a 12th-century fortified chateau located in Bergerac. It was listed as a historic monument by the French Ministry of Culture on September 24, 1930.
Wander around old town and enjoy views across Dordogne River: There are numerous restaurants and bars to choose from when you want to sit down for dinner or just grab an after work drink with friends. You can also find some inexpensive places offering delicious meals at St Pierre Place, which opens out onto the river bank, where there are several cafes on either side, including Le Cafe Baroque, providing outside seating area during summer months that offers local wines & traditional cuisine.
Visit the vineyards: The Bergerac wine region stretches across a large area of southwest France in the Aquitaine and is composed of numerous wines that range from red to white wines. These are produced by over 160 winemakers who mainly cultivate grapes like Tannat, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sémillon and other local grape varieties for which this part of France has become famous throughout history. This appellation covers nearly 300 square kilometers on average with an annual production between 12-14 million bottles per year.