Libourne, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
This property consists of a Château (15th century) of approx. 780 m², two outbuildings and a partially rented farm building, covering a total area of approximately 26 hectares. Beautiful eight-sided stables with ornate wrought iron walls, a room equipped with wooden hangers carved for the saddles, and a large garage. The upper floor has two apartments and a large space for storing fodder for horses. The other outbuilding of about 120 m² built in a semi-circle is divided into six sections serving as stables for big race horses. The agricultural building of about 1,620 m² consists of two apartments, one of which is to be renovated and the other is composed of 220 m² and a large stable. In the Chateau there are 2 sitting rooms, 1 reception room, 1 library, 1 study, 1 dining room, 1 kitchen, 1 utility room, 4 bathrooms, 9 bedrooms, garage and cellar and an additional 120 m² to renovate. A stone staircase leads to the first floor. The architecture of the Château bears witness to the transition from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.