Half-Timbered House Circa 1800s Built Against Medieval Walls, In Walking Distance of 12th Century Keep, Châtillon-sur-Indre, France – €183,600

This is the perfect home for those looking for historic style without the size of a chateau. Originally described as the Chalet of the mill of the château, the house offers very well appointed accommodation with classical reception rooms, sunny bedrooms and a modern kitchen, all within steps of the town centre, 12th century Cesear Tower built by Henri II Plantaganêt, the 12thC Collegiate Church and the 13thC Château of the Kings Philip III & IV.
Half-Timbered House Circa 1800s Built Against Medieval Walls, In Walking Distance of 12th Century Keep, Châtillon-sur-Indre, France – €183,600

Good Wednesday morning, Escapists! A half-timbered house circa 1800s built against medieval walls, in walking distance of a 12th Century keep!

This home is so romantic and crush-worthy. Built into medieval history, with a quirky interior and a large garden with cast iron greenhouse, fruit trees, a pond, and a chicken coop! In excellent condition.

From the listing on Leggett:

This is the perfect home for those looking for historic style without the size of a chateau. Originally described as the Chalet of the mill of the château, the house offers very well appointed accommodation with classical reception rooms, sunny bedrooms and a modern kitchen, all within steps of the town centre, 12th century Cesear Tower built by Henri II Plantaganêt, the 12thC Collegiate Church and the 13thC Château of the Kings Philip III & IV.

A gated entrance leads to a courtyard and the main door and kitchen door. From the hallway a high-ceiling, spacious sitting room with one wall shared with the château and large french windows onto the terrace. The other direction the modern kitchen with new appliances and a perfectly-proportioned dining room. On the first floor, two bedrooms, a shower room and separate toilet. Garage parking off the street with a cellar behind. Wrought-iron greenhouse in garden. A house to fall in love with.

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