Built in 1782, the Château is a Louis XV building in the shape of a high-rise chartreuse, with a central body surmounted by a pediment. The place was chosen for its soil and its subsoil to the soil very favorable to the vine. Thus this jewel rises in the center of a case made of wooded hills, whose dark green pines contrast in spring with the tender green of the vine. The property, consisting of 65 ha in one piece, comprises 20 hectares of vines, grouped on the best soils.
The property is located on a slightly hilly position in St emilion near Bordeaux, it is less than one Km from the new Golf of the "St Emilionais", it includes Vineyards, stables as well as forests and pastures.
Land : 65 hectares
Property : 1 095 sqm
Rooms : 20
Bedrooms : 7
Access : Excellent
This 16th century French Castle includes :
- Master Residence of about 800 sqm
- Two settler homes of about 100 sqm each - An old mill 95 sqm
- Winery about 1000 sqm
- Stables : Boxes for about 10 horses
- Vineyard : 20 ha (Density 5700 plants/ha) - Forests & Pastures : 45 ha
The 65 Hectares of the property are of a single piece including 20 hectares of Vineyard and 45 hectares of Forests and pastures.
It is a "Patrimonial property", it means that there is a history of the wine wich indicates it's high quality.
Vineyard density : 5 700 plants per hectare.
Soil : Clay & Limestone
External size 650,000 m²
Size 1,095 m²
Floor Count 2
Published on 22 October 2018
Reference : VIN1
Year of construction : 1782
Price includes Agency Fees 4%