Come and take a look of this stunning 14th- century castle in the center of Périgord area with an exceptional character and very well preserved authenticity and elegance.
The chateau has 520 m2 of living space and it composed of 16 rooms – 2 gorgeous living rooms with fireplaces, 1 dining room, 6 parental suites and 3 other bedrooms with bathrooms.
Outside you’ll find the chateau’s pretty courtyard, a sheltered terrace and a heated pool – what a perfect way to spend the warm summer days! The property is very quiet and peaceful which makes the perfect for your next home or for a great investment.
About the place:
In the south of France, not too far from the Mediterranean Sea, is a small village called Riberac. This village has a population of just over 3,000 people and in many ways it’s an idyllic town that embodies what most think when they hear “France.” The buildings are well-maintained and have shutters made out of wood. There are no skyscrapers or large commercial establishments. It’s also quite rural with vineyards all around and cows grazing on hillsides nearby.
The town’s main square welcomes you with food stands selling local produce, artisanal shops displaying traditional crafts, outdoor cafés offering coffee and drinks as well as numerous restaurants serving up delicious French cuisine including fresh seafood caught from nearby rivers. You can also find several hotels here if you wish to spend more time exploring this quaint little town once home to many artists.
Riberac has been known for centuries because of its monastery founded in 1186 which dominates one end of the town square. It was built in the Romanesque style and its imposing architecture is both impressive for visitors to see but also a bit foreboding. The monastery fell into ruin over time as more people moved away from Riberac itself, this all changed though when World War II ended. In 1946 it became an agricultural school before being converted into retirement homes by the French government around 1989.
Things to do in Riberac:
It’s easy to see why the city has exploded in popularity over recent years. Visitors are enchanted by what they find here – rich history and culture, incredible food and drink options, plenty of adventure opportunities for visitors who love exploring nature, as well as a lively nightlife scene with so many things to do that you’ll never be bored.
Riberac is also known for its amazing food and wine. There are several wineries to visit, such as Chateau de Vignoles or Domaine Herbezène where you can taste some of the local wines while enjoying a delicious lunch.
There are also some beautiful historic monuments nearby worth checking out, such as Carcassonne or La Cité de l’Etoile du Sud which features Roman ruins from when it was once known as Glanum. The Basilica Saint Martin in Rodez is another popular destination for people who love history and architecture along with religious buildings across all denominations.