This magnificent château is located between the medieval villages of Saint Antonin Noble Val and Penne, in the Aveyron Gorges, approximately 3 minutes from the village of Penne.
The property has an exceptional character, with spacious rooms and remarkable authentic features throughout. Such as magnificent floors and fireplaces.
The property comprises a spacious 14th-century ‘maison de Maitre’ with tower, a swimming pool, and a two-story barn, all set in 1 hectare of gated parkland planted with trees.
The house is entered via a central entrance hall with a magnificent, tiled floor leading to a spacious lounge with a fireplace and windows overlooking the garden, a spacious kitchen, a utility room containing the boiler room and access to the outside.
The hall then leads to a beautiful dining room, also with a fireplace, leading to a study with access to the garden.
The central spiral staircase is made entirely of stone and leads to the first and second floors.
The first floor:
The first floor comprises a spacious landing leading to a bathroom with double washbasins, bidet, WC, and built-in cupboards. A corridor leads to 4 beautiful bedrooms, two of which are corner bedrooms with fireplaces and lovely views over the parklands. These bedrooms have magnificent old parquet flooring.
Back on the landing, a few steps lead to a corridor leading to the very beautiful master bedroom, which boasts magnificent authentic features such as a marble fireplace and rounded doors. It also has direct access to the adjoining bathroom with bath, double washbasins, and WC with access to the bedroom.
The second floor:
The second floor comprises a landing leading to a bedroom with en-suite shower room. Next on this floor is the magnificent workshop of over 80m² with Velux windows.
There is also a separate WC. There is also another unused room which could possibly be renovated.
The medieval tower:
The tower dates from the 14th century and is served by the central staircase and has three levels. The top level of the tower has a small window. It is currently used as a storeroom.
The property benefits from original features such as magnificent floors, fireplaces, and other period features. It has oil-fired central heating and double glazing throughout.
The barn is located at the entrance to the property and is divided into two parts.
The park covers an area of 1 hectare, with large trees and a spacious lawn, as well as a boxwood maze. In the middle of the garden is a large well, and on one side the garden is surrounded by a stream.
The swimming pool measures 10x5m.