# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
# property 14 rooms for sale on MONTARGIS (45200)
  • BEAUTIFUL 19TH CENTURY ESTATE WITH A STRONG COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL AT ONLY 1H15 FROM PARIS

  • MONTARGIS (45200)
  • 1,175,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4119

Ref. 4119: Beautiful 19th C. estate with a strong commercial potential for sale, at only 1h15 from Paris.

In the Gâtinais region, in the Centre Val de Loire, at the gateway to a peaceful village, this beautiful estate, which extends over more than 6 hectares, is located only 1 hour and 15 minutes from Paris, on the historical border of the Gâtinais Français and the Gâtinais de l'Orléanais.
The most basic shops (bakery, grocery shop, etc.) are located in the town and can be reached by bicycle.
A resource town of more than 14,000 souls, with its SNCF train station (Paris in 1 hour), is about ten kilometres from the property.
The Gâtinais is an area between the Loire and the Seine, irrigated by numerous rivers and canals interspersed with gentle valleys and forests where meadows mingle with crops. The beauty and tranquillity of these landscapes stop and rest the eye.
Montargis, the historic capital of the Gâtinais region of Orléans, is known as the "Venice of the Gâtinais" due to the numerous canals that run through its town centre. It is a pleasant town that is currently experiencing a certain economic revival.
Located only a few kilometres from the estate, its urban unit has over 55,000 inhabitants and makes it one of the two sub-prefectures of the Loiret, placing it second in the department behind Orléans. It will satisfy most requirements in terms of leisure, services and infrastructures.

The first references to the castle date back to the 14th century, but the present castle dates from the 19th century. Indeed, the castle was destroyed during the Wars of Religion.
Rebuilt, it was then sold to several large families before being razed to the ground again in the 19th century by the Count of Brosse. He acquired it from the de La Place family, then an officer under the Duke of Orleans, to build a new one a little further on, the one we know today. Of the original buildings, he kept the stables, which are still in use today.
The house has a square floor plan built on three levels with five bays, plus a cellar and an attic with a Mansard slate roof.
On the second level, pinnacle dormers alternate with red brick motifs creating a play of full and empty spaces.
Facing North/South, it comprises approx. 650 sqm (6,458 sq ft) of living space, distributed as follows
on the ground floor: a vast entrance hall with a stairway and cloakroom leads to a first lounge to the north. To the east are two other lounges with a double aspect and a marble fireplace. To the west, on a slightly lower level, are two large rooms, one of which was formerly used as a kitchen and provides access to beautiful brick vaulted cellars.
On the first floor: a pleasant and luminous landing which leads to the east to a comfortable independent flat with a large living room, a fitted and equipped kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet. To the west, two other bedrooms to be renovated.
On the second floor: 5 bedrooms to renovate and an old shower room.
Attic above.

The outbuildings are numerous and undeniably have great potential, particularly for events.
A major restoration campaign was undertaken between 2000 and 2006 to give them the appearance and purpose they have today.
To the south of the castle, a long stone building, formerly used as a stable, houses 3 vast interconnecting reception rooms with a total surface area of more than 300 m² (3,229 sq ft), bathroom and toilet facilities and a professional kitchen at right angles.
Gas-fired underfloor heating.
Between the castle and the former stables, a first gite comprises :
On the ground floor: in a first part two bedrooms. In a second part with a separate access, a kitchen, a living room, two bedrooms, a shower room and toilets.
On the first floor: 4 bedrooms, a shower room and toilets.
Gas central heating.
To the south-west, against the property's surrounding wall, a second gite offers additional accommodation with
On the ground floor: a kitchen opening onto a living room, a bedroom, a shower room, toilets and a laundry room. On the first floor there are two bedrooms.
Gas central heating.
Finally, a charming orangery adds a touch of romance to the property. It has also been the subject of a major restoration which makes it a pleasant and fragrant place due to the presence of the many plants it houses.

Ideal for a bed and breakfast activity and for organising weddings, the property is immediately exploitable as this is its current vocation.
The important works undertaken, combining a clever mix of authenticity and modernism, give it a pleasant visual and a rather contemporary comfort.
An order book has already been signed for 2023 and 2024 and could be transferred to future buyers.

With a surface area of more than 6 hectares, the park is designed in the English style and is mainly composed of lawns adorned with a few majestic secular trees (cedars of Lebanon, oaks, lime trees...) which attest to the age of the site.
Slightly sloping, the area offers an unobstructed view from the castle on the northern part and gives it a larger dimension than it is.
To the north-east of the castle, a small forest adds a more wild character and a certain freshness to the whole.
Partly enclosed by walls, access to the property is through a beautiful wrought iron gate that leads to the various buildings whose configuration almost makes us forget the proximity of the surrounding neighbourhood.

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.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

  • Property type : property
  • Surface : 650 m²
  • Surface : 6.37 ha
  • Number of rooms : 14
  • Number of bedrooms : 11
  • BEAUTIFUL 19TH CENTURY ESTATE WITH A STRONG COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL AT ONLY 1H15 FROM PARIS

  • MONTARGIS (45200)
  • 1,175,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4119
  • Property type : property
  • Surface : 650 m²
  • Surface : 6.37 ha
  • Number of rooms : 14
  • Number of bedrooms : 11

Ref. 4119: Beautiful 19th C. estate with a strong commercial potential for sale, at only 1h15 from Paris.

In the Gâtinais region, in the Centre Val de Loire, at the gateway to a peaceful village, this beautiful estate, which extends over more than 6 hectares, is located only 1 hour and 15 minutes from Paris, on the historical border of the Gâtinais Français and the Gâtinais de l'Orléanais.
The most basic shops (bakery, grocery shop, etc.) are located in the town and can be reached by bicycle.
A resource town of more than 14,000 souls, with its SNCF train station (Paris in 1 hour), is about ten kilometres from the property.
The Gâtinais is an area between the Loire and the Seine, irrigated by numerous rivers and canals interspersed with gentle valleys and forests where meadows mingle with crops. The beauty and tranquillity of these landscapes stop and rest the eye.
Montargis, the historic capital of the Gâtinais region of Orléans, is known as the "Venice of the Gâtinais" due to the numerous canals that run through its town centre. It is a pleasant town that is currently experiencing a certain economic revival.
Located only a few kilometres from the estate, its urban unit has over 55,000 inhabitants and makes it one of the two sub-prefectures of the Loiret, placing it second in the department behind Orléans. It will satisfy most requirements in terms of leisure, services and infrastructures.

The first references to the castle date back to the 14th century, but the present castle dates from the 19th century. Indeed, the castle was destroyed during the Wars of Religion.
Rebuilt, it was then sold to several large families before being razed to the ground again in the 19th century by the Count of Brosse. He acquired it from the de La Place family, then an officer under the Duke of Orleans, to build a new one a little further on, the one we know today. Of the original buildings, he kept the stables, which are still in use today.
The house has a square floor plan built on three levels with five bays, plus a cellar and an attic with a Mansard slate roof.
On the second level, pinnacle dormers alternate with red brick motifs creating a play of full and empty spaces.
Facing North/South, it comprises approx. 650 sqm (6,458 sq ft) of living space, distributed as follows
on the ground floor: a vast entrance hall with a stairway and cloakroom leads to a first lounge to the north. To the east are two other lounges with a double aspect and a marble fireplace. To the west, on a slightly lower level, are two large rooms, one of which was formerly used as a kitchen and provides access to beautiful brick vaulted cellars.
On the first floor: a pleasant and luminous landing which leads to the east to a comfortable independent flat with a large living room, a fitted and equipped kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet. To the west, two other bedrooms to be renovated.
On the second floor: 5 bedrooms to renovate and an old shower room.
Attic above.

The outbuildings are numerous and undeniably have great potential, particularly for events.
A major restoration campaign was undertaken between 2000 and 2006 to give them the appearance and purpose they have today.
To the south of the castle, a long stone building, formerly used as a stable, houses 3 vast interconnecting reception rooms with a total surface area of more than 300 m² (3,229 sq ft), bathroom and toilet facilities and a professional kitchen at right angles.
Gas-fired underfloor heating.
Between the castle and the former stables, a first gite comprises :
On the ground floor: in a first part two bedrooms. In a second part with a separate access, a kitchen, a living room, two bedrooms, a shower room and toilets.
On the first floor: 4 bedrooms, a shower room and toilets.
Gas central heating.
To the south-west, against the property's surrounding wall, a second gite offers additional accommodation with
On the ground floor: a kitchen opening onto a living room, a bedroom, a shower room, toilets and a laundry room. On the first floor there are two bedrooms.
Gas central heating.
Finally, a charming orangery adds a touch of romance to the property. It has also been the subject of a major restoration which makes it a pleasant and fragrant place due to the presence of the many plants it houses.

Ideal for a bed and breakfast activity and for organising weddings, the property is immediately exploitable as this is its current vocation.
The important works undertaken, combining a clever mix of authenticity and modernism, give it a pleasant visual and a rather contemporary comfort.
An order book has already been signed for 2023 and 2024 and could be transferred to future buyers.

With a surface area of more than 6 hectares, the park is designed in the English style and is mainly composed of lawns adorned with a few majestic secular trees (cedars of Lebanon, oaks, lime trees...) which attest to the age of the site.
Slightly sloping, the area offers an unobstructed view from the castle on the northern part and gives it a larger dimension than it is.
To the north-east of the castle, a small forest adds a more wild character and a certain freshness to the whole.
Partly enclosed by walls, access to the property is through a beautiful wrought iron gate that leads to the various buildings whose configuration almost makes us forget the proximity of the surrounding neighbourhood.

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.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

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