This lovely medieval 15th – century chateau has been recently renovated and is located close to Sarlat. It offers 600 m2 of living space and is luxuriously decorated and furnished and fully equipped with new technologies.
The property is composed of 2 living rooms, 2 dining rooms, 1 office, 4 parental suites, gym room, massage room, and a SPA room with Jacuzzi and Hamann.
Outside there is 4.23 ha of land with a beautiful wooded park, an amazing heated pool (12m X 5m), perfect for unwinding during the beautiful summer days.
Next, you’ll see a commander that has 150m² of living space and is composed of a large open space room and 3 parental suites.
Besides being a perfect family house, this chateau is also perfect for business – it can be turned into a wonderful hotel with a spa center, a bed and breakfast, or with its beauty and charm you can even rent it out for movie shoots!
About the place:
The first thing that you notice when you enter Sarlat-la-Canéda, France is the medieval architecture and narrow streets. The old city center has been preserved and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This means that it’s protected from new construction projects as well as modernization of its buildings. All of this makes for an interesting mix between past and present in the town which attracts tourists from all over the world.
The city’s name derives from the words “salt” and “mud,” as it was originally founded on salt marshes. It was first mentioned in 1476 but has been inhabited since prehistoric times during the Iron Age. The town centers on an old public square which is lined with restaurants and bars that attract tourists year-round.
Today, Sarlat-la Caneda attracts visitors from around the world due to its well preserved historic sites that give insight into daily life during this period especially how people traded goods produced by local artisans or grew crops on nearby farms.
Things to do in Sarlat-la-Canéda:
There are many things you can visit if you come here such as the Cité Médiévale de Sarlat where you will be amazed by its architecture of buildings – including more than 800 historic monuments and 90 towers. The world heritage site also has one of the most beautiful squares in Europe so it is definitely worth seeing. If that isn’t enough then there are even more attractions such as caves, rosary light show at Notre Dame church or historical sites like Saint Amand Abbey.
In addition to exploring the winding streets that make up Old Sarlat you can also pay homage to our Lord Jesus Christ at one of Europe’s oldest churches – St Savin Church. This beautiful church was built in 1190 AD but collapsed during a massive earthquake three years later and had to be completely reconstructed again by 1230 AD – what we see today is only 50% original! However, you will still marvel at 13th century stained glass windows as well as the ancient crypt below it where several bishops are buried.