This beautiful French castle, built in the 18th century and with a renovated roof since 2010, Is only 35 minutes from Toulouse, in the heart of a pretty village, near Cazeres.
It offers 580sqm of living space with 20 main rooms, 5 of which are large bedrooms with bathrooms. It also has remarkable reception rooms with beautiful fireplaces perfect for parties and events which you can host. A huge charming park of 3710m² overlooking the Garonne valley and square courtyard is waiting for you outside, perfect for long walks in nature and unwinding after a long day.
In this park, you’ll also find the outbuildings of 194sqm which can be used for many purposes, a stable, barn of 120sqm, and a beautiful swimming pool.
And last but not least, an authentic old wine storehouse and a vaulted cellar await all wine lovers out there, stocked up with the best French wines, making the property a dream come true!
About the place:
Cazeres, France is a commune and town in southwestern France with population of roughly around 22,000. It has been designated as one of the prettiest villages in all of Europe and it is so enchanting that you’ll want to buy your next house out there immediately.
Cazeres sits on the Dordogne River where locals enjoy boating, kayaking or canoeing during warm months. The village stretches along both sides of the river with wonderful views from every street corner.
The town is located within the department of Gironde and lies not far from Bordeaux itself, occupying an area of some 50 square miles. It’s also near Blaye where you can find one of the most well preserved castles along with vineyards which are still producing grapes to this day for the production of French wine.
Things to do in Cazeres:
This city is a hidden gem in the south of France. It offers many different things to do for all types of travelers. The mountain views are absolutely stunning and its historic buildings will give you an authentic French experience.
You can visit any number of historical sites such as Chateau de Monrecours which was built between 1497-1519 by King Francois I’s finance minister who made his money through tax collecting schemes. If history isn’t your thing, Cazeres has a wonderful market set up every Monday where you can shop for delicious French produce and jams. Hiking one of the many trails around town and exploring nature’s beauty with stunning vistas is definitely a great activity as well.
Cazeres is known for its medieval fortifications and the world-famous Château de Lastours, which overlooks the town with views across to Spain. This castle was used as an asylum by French kings who needed protection from their enemies. Cazeres is also home to the largest grapefruit producer of Europe – Cité du Fruit where you can see many different types of citrus fruits growing on site. The main industry here would be wine making, but there are other local industries such as textiles and agriculture too.