Chateau in Montréal-du-Gers
GERS – MONTREAL DU GERS
Magnificent 74-hectare winegrowing and equestrian property with a luminous 19th-century Renaissance-style château. Approx. 600 m² of living space on three levels of 200 m² each. 13 main rooms including 9 bedrooms. Fine architectural features. Magnificent grounds, pleasant faienced swimming pool. Beautiful view over a valley. No nuisance.
The château is composed as follows:
First floor: a terrace opens onto a wide entrance hall with a grand staircase, vast living room, beautiful dining room, library, bedroom, bathroom, fitted kitchen, storeroom and laundry room.
1st floor: Large landing, 5 large bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Terrace.
2nd floor: Living room with a kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom.
230 m² semi-buried cellar.
Many original features: parquet floors, fireplaces, tiles, etc…
Outbuildings of approx. 1400 m², including :
A 200 m² stable with 4 large stalls and a hangar.
An 870 m² building comprising former cowsheds, a wine storehouse with 11 concrete vats, a distillery room with a double-heated still, accommodation on 2 floors and an open garage.
An old farmhouse of 250 m² on one level, with an unfinished attic.
A pretty 75 m² converted dovecote on three floors.
74 ha of free land, including 40 ha of vineyards and 16 ha of meadows, 10 ha of land, 7 ha of parklands and woods.
The vineyard of 40ha 47a 95ca is composed of :
1.33 ha of Cabernet Sauvignon
1.44 ha of Merlot
4.21 ha of Chardonnay
11.97 ha of Colombard
6.6956 ha Gros Manseng
3.73 ha Sauvignon Blanc
4.013 ha Sauvignon Gris
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr
You Advisor : Eric MERCIER
- 600 m² interior
- 6 bathroom(s)
- 13 room(s)
- 740000 m² outside
- 9 room(s)
- Wine cellar
- TGV station
Honoraires : Comfort and equipment
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