# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
# hunting estate 17 rooms for sale on LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
  • For sale Hunting estate Lamotte-Beuvron (41600)

  • LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
  • 1,980,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4043

Ref.4043: BEAUTIFUL HUNTING AND LEISURE ESTATE IN SOLOGNE, 1H40 FROM PARIS

Located in the heart of the Sologne des étangs, in the golden triangle of the Sologne region, this property is accessible from Paris in 1h40 (A10 and A71). A motorway access is 5 km away.
Nestled in a pretty wooded park and bordered by a river, this property offers peace, quiet and discretion. However, services, shops and leisure activities are easily accessible from the estate.
Lamotte Beuvron, an imperial town due to the interest shown in it by Napoleon III, and an essential stopover in the Sologne region, is only a few minutes away by car.
It is the birthplace of the famous tarte Tatin and is widely known for its horse riding. Every year, during horse shows, it receives tens of thousands of visitors in its federal equestrian park, thus creating real economic spin-offs for the town and its craftsmen, but also for the accommodation providers, whose property would lend itself perfectly.
For several years, Lamotte Beuvron has also hosted the Game Fair, the largest hunting show in France.
There is no need to talk about hunting in Sologne, the reputation of this mythical and untamed region is already well established in this respect.
The many ponds and vast forests of the area offer nature lovers beautiful excursions on foot, by bike or on horseback, in the greatest tranquillity.

Built at the end of the 19th century, the initial structure consisted of a four-sided, two-bay dwelling with a hipped roof and flanked by two slightly overhanging square towers. In the early 1900s, the addition of a building with a roof terrace considerably enlarged the surface area of the castle and gave it a more imposing appearance. A slate-covered gallery runs along the ground floor on three facades and gives it its Palladian character.
The famous aviator Louis Blériot is said to have stayed here regularly, and who could blame him, given the preserved magnificence of the place?

Slightly elevated, this large building offers more than 700 sqm of living space, the owners of which had imagined a layout as follows:

Ground floor:

An entrance hallway extended by a wide corridor leading to a vast triple-exposed living room of almost 80 sqm with a fireplace, exposed beams and chequered parquet flooring. On either side of this corridor are, on the right, a dining room with a fireplace, a smoking room, a study and two other small rooms. To the left is a lounge with a fireplace, a library, a kitchen, a scullery and a small room. Immediately to the right of the entrance hallway is the descent to the cellar, a toilet and a wardrobe.


First floor:

4 bedrooms, one of which is almost 80 sqm, two bathrooms with fireplaces, a laundry room and a glassed-in gallery, used as a winter garden connecting the two towers.

Second floor:

3 bedrooms, two with their own bathroom and dressing room. Separate toilet.

The basement contains the boiler, a well, a cellar and various other rooms.

The guest house

Perfectly fitted out and equipped with all the modern comforts required today, this charming house, typically Solognese, is made of polychromed brick with a slate roof, and has a total living area of almost 150 sqm.
On the ground floor there is a fitted kitchen, dining room, lounge with a fireplace and a separate toilet. On the first floor: two bedrooms, each with bathroom and toilet, storage room.

It will allow easy living while waiting for the completion of the castle.

In the immediate vicinity of this house is a small tower reminiscent of a dovecote.

The 19th century outbuilding

This outbuilding of approx. 200 sqm awaits conversion and comprises, on the ground floor, various rooms formerly used for living purposes and garages. Upstairs are eight bedrooms for the staff.
In the extension there is a vast courtyard which can accommodate 6 cars and a lean-to.

Two storage sheds, tennis court and swimming pool complete the property.

This superb estate, in one piece and bordered by a river, covers an area of approximately 173 acres.
It is accessed via a beautiful gravelled driveway that leads to the château, judiciously set in the middle of its grounds. All around is a pleasant English-style park, followed by woodland, plains and a pond.
Thirty or so watchtowers, a few crops for game and numerous lanes make hunting easier.
The annual hunting plan for the area reflects the size of the deer and wild boar population (1 CEM1, 1 CEM2, 2 hinds, 1 young and unrestricted wild boar).
A simple management plan applies to approximately 170 acres.

Cabinet LE NAIL – Loiret - Sologne – M. Baudouin LE GRELLE : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20
Baudouin LE GRELLE, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 917 712 358.
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

  • Property type : hunting estate
  • Surface : 700 m²
  • Surface : 70 ha
  • Number of rooms : 17
  • Number of bedrooms : 4
  • DPE : C
  • GHG : A
  • For sale Hunting estate Lamotte-Beuvron (41600)

  • LAMOTTE BEUVRON (41600)
  • 1,980,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4043
  • Property type : hunting estate
  • Surface : 700 m²
  • Surface : 70 ha
  • Number of rooms : 17
  • Number of bedrooms : 4
  • DPE : C
  • GHG : A

Ref.4043: BEAUTIFUL HUNTING AND LEISURE ESTATE IN SOLOGNE, 1H40 FROM PARIS

Located in the heart of the Sologne des étangs, in the golden triangle of the Sologne region, this property is accessible from Paris in 1h40 (A10 and A71). A motorway access is 5 km away.
Nestled in a pretty wooded park and bordered by a river, this property offers peace, quiet and discretion. However, services, shops and leisure activities are easily accessible from the estate.
Lamotte Beuvron, an imperial town due to the interest shown in it by Napoleon III, and an essential stopover in the Sologne region, is only a few minutes away by car.
It is the birthplace of the famous tarte Tatin and is widely known for its horse riding. Every year, during horse shows, it receives tens of thousands of visitors in its federal equestrian park, thus creating real economic spin-offs for the town and its craftsmen, but also for the accommodation providers, whose property would lend itself perfectly.
For several years, Lamotte Beuvron has also hosted the Game Fair, the largest hunting show in France.
There is no need to talk about hunting in Sologne, the reputation of this mythical and untamed region is already well established in this respect.
The many ponds and vast forests of the area offer nature lovers beautiful excursions on foot, by bike or on horseback, in the greatest tranquillity.

Built at the end of the 19th century, the initial structure consisted of a four-sided, two-bay dwelling with a hipped roof and flanked by two slightly overhanging square towers. In the early 1900s, the addition of a building with a roof terrace considerably enlarged the surface area of the castle and gave it a more imposing appearance. A slate-covered gallery runs along the ground floor on three facades and gives it its Palladian character.
The famous aviator Louis Blériot is said to have stayed here regularly, and who could blame him, given the preserved magnificence of the place?

Slightly elevated, this large building offers more than 700 sqm of living space, the owners of which had imagined a layout as follows:

Ground floor:

An entrance hallway extended by a wide corridor leading to a vast triple-exposed living room of almost 80 sqm with a fireplace, exposed beams and chequered parquet flooring. On either side of this corridor are, on the right, a dining room with a fireplace, a smoking room, a study and two other small rooms. To the left is a lounge with a fireplace, a library, a kitchen, a scullery and a small room. Immediately to the right of the entrance hallway is the descent to the cellar, a toilet and a wardrobe.


First floor:

4 bedrooms, one of which is almost 80 sqm, two bathrooms with fireplaces, a laundry room and a glassed-in gallery, used as a winter garden connecting the two towers.

Second floor:

3 bedrooms, two with their own bathroom and dressing room. Separate toilet.

The basement contains the boiler, a well, a cellar and various other rooms.

The guest house

Perfectly fitted out and equipped with all the modern comforts required today, this charming house, typically Solognese, is made of polychromed brick with a slate roof, and has a total living area of almost 150 sqm.
On the ground floor there is a fitted kitchen, dining room, lounge with a fireplace and a separate toilet. On the first floor: two bedrooms, each with bathroom and toilet, storage room.

It will allow easy living while waiting for the completion of the castle.

In the immediate vicinity of this house is a small tower reminiscent of a dovecote.

The 19th century outbuilding

This outbuilding of approx. 200 sqm awaits conversion and comprises, on the ground floor, various rooms formerly used for living purposes and garages. Upstairs are eight bedrooms for the staff.
In the extension there is a vast courtyard which can accommodate 6 cars and a lean-to.

Two storage sheds, tennis court and swimming pool complete the property.

This superb estate, in one piece and bordered by a river, covers an area of approximately 173 acres.
It is accessed via a beautiful gravelled driveway that leads to the château, judiciously set in the middle of its grounds. All around is a pleasant English-style park, followed by woodland, plains and a pond.
Thirty or so watchtowers, a few crops for game and numerous lanes make hunting easier.
The annual hunting plan for the area reflects the size of the deer and wild boar population (1 CEM1, 1 CEM2, 2 hinds, 1 young and unrestricted wild boar).
A simple management plan applies to approximately 170 acres.

Cabinet LE NAIL – Loiret - Sologne – M. Baudouin LE GRELLE : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20
Baudouin LE GRELLE, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 917 712 358.
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

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