17th-Century French Chateau with Incredible History on 12 Acres of Land – $396,000

17th-Century French Chateau with Incredible History on 12 Acres of Land – $396,000

Good Tuesday morning – I hope yours is going better than mine this morning! Today I offer you this beautiful, rich historical and architectural treasure for sale in Authon-du-Perche, France. A three-story chateau with a further large attic and outbuildings on 12 acres of land, including pleasure garden and orchard, as well as MOATS. Yes, you can live in your own private castle with a moat!

The columns and stairways and windows in this chateau are stunningly beautiful, with many historical details surviving. Take a look at the slideshow below to view more details of this gorgeous place.

The history of the building hinted at in the listing sounds incredibly fascinating:

Perche-1h30 from Paris
At the entrance of a village, with beautiful views of the countryside and 5 hectares of land, exceptional Chateau Louis XIII with incredible history (from the faux coin to the suppression of its towers and its moats!).
The castle, with a surface of 450 m2 habitable, offers magnificent elements of period: stone staircase, terracotta floors, half-timbers, period doors, stone fireplaces…
It consists of three trays of 150 m2 each with beautiful heights under ceiling. Attic of 100 m2 on the top floor.
The outbuildings: old hog barns and 100 square metres
The garden of almost 5 hectares offers a garden of pleasure and orchard of about 1 hectare 3.
A building to the extraordinary situation and past, which make it a unique place.
A building that would welcome any architectural project: from a rehabilitation in the rules of art to a contemporary renovation.

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