Gourdon, Occitanie, France
This chateau sits on the top of a hill with great panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. It has origins dating back to the 14th century and its 67 hectares domaine including vineyard is the former home of singer, writer and composer Léo Ferré. It offers several reception rooms, 17 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms in the chateau. The domaine is completed with a guardian's house, renovated farm and barn (formerly Léo Ferré's printing works), a workshop, winemaking shed, a pigeon tower, swimming pool, fitness room, summer kitchen and tennis court, and two further houses to renovate. The land consists of meadows, woodland and small vineyard (0.5hectares) planted with Merlot vines producing approx 4000 bottles per year.