19th century castle with outbuilding and caretaker’s house on 12ha 36a 49ca

Ref : 1916

Halfway between Nevers and Bourges, 5 km from a town with all amenities, this 19th century Chateau combines classicism and neo-renaissance corner towers. Built in stones and bricks made on site during the second half of the 19th century, this Château was born from the will of Lalouel de Sourdeval. Surrounded by a pond and a park, this Louis XIII-style building was completely restored in the 1990s while respecting all the interesting architectural elements. The interior distribution has adapted to the specific requirements of our time by providing all types of comfort. It consists of a professional kitchen, 6 reception / lounge rooms and 23 bedrooms, each with bathroom and wc.
Outbuilding of 560m² on the ground (barn, stable, garage, workshop,….)
The whole on 12ha 36a 49ca of lawn, wood and meadow. 2 small stocked ponds

Living space : 2000 m²
Land space : 12ha 36a 49ca
DPE : Vierge

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