Come and take a look at this lovely medieval 14th-century chateau in need of renovation that is located only 20 minutes from Châtelleraut and the motorway A10. The building has preserved its originals materials and features like the Louis XIV stone staircase with balusters, a monumental fireplace with flat pilasters and straight hood, and an outside footbridge signed by Gustave Eiffel.
The property has 610m² living space surrounded by its whitewater moats, offers 16 rooms, 7 beautiful bedrooms, and has 305m² of additional living space in the attic.
The castle is surrounded by 4 hectares of land that are composed of a lovely wooded park, meadows, little woods, and a pond. You can also see many deers, gray herons, hares, and other wild animals.
A truly magnificent property with a lot of potential for business development thanks to its classification as a historical monument, which is why the castle benefits from a profitable tax system.
About the place:
Chatellerault is a commune in the Vienne department and Poitou-Charentes region of western France. It lies on the banks of the Clain river, around 25 km southeast of Poitiers. Châtellerault has an important arsenal with works turning out tanks as well as other armored vehicles to equip French army forces. It has an extensive history that dates back as far as the 12th century. It was during this time period when
Chatellerault first grew from a village to a town and became home to its own castle. In more recent years, there have been many changes for the better too – such as new schools and improvements in infrastructure – which have made living here even better.
Things to do in Chatellerault:
There are many things that you can do here, both during the day and at night while visiting this beautiful city. One of the most popular activities in Chatellerault is cycling along the Loire River. The biking path follows closely by the river for some time so it’s an easy ride without any strenuous hills or steep climbs. This makes it enjoyable even if you are just starting out with your first bike tour experience.
You can also visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts museum and tour de la Rochelle bridge – it’s easy to visit on a day trip from La Rochelle. The city center is easily accessible by public transport, with regular buses heading from Lafitole bus station in La Rochelle every 15 minutes during peak hours. Buses also run throughout most of the night until midnight or later so you can stay out as late as you like.
After that check out the amazing Château Gallerie – This lovely art gallery is located right next door to the Musée des Beaux-Arts. It’s a great place for any visitor who wants to see more than just paintings, as they also sell lithographs and engravings from some of France’s most famous artists including Picasso, Dalí, and Warhol. The museum has an incredible collection with pieces dating back centuries so it’s definitely worth checking out if you have time while visiting.