For sale Wine estate Bergerac (24100)

# wine estate 10 rooms for sale on BERGERAC (24100)
  • wine estate
    • BERGERAC (24100)
  • 1,999,000 €
  • Agency fees included
  • 1,900,000 € Agency fees excluded
  • Agency fees 5.21% tax incl. chargeable to the buyer
  • Ref. : 4115
  • Surface : 500 m²
  • Surface : 40 ha
  • rooms : 10
  • bedrooms : 6
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      Ref.4115: Beautiful property and its castle for sale in Dordogne.

      This magnificent property and its Château are located on the border of the Dordogne and Gironde departments, on the Bordeaux-Bergerac axis, perched on the slopes of the village of Montcaret or Mons Carretum, which is said to have been the crossroads of several Roman roads linking Lyon, Bordeaux, Cahors and Périgueux in the 1st century A.D. where a Gallo-Roman villa was built.
      It is on the heights, in the middle of unspoilt countryside without any nuisance from neighbours, that this property with its many assets will delight its new owners. Discreet but not isolated, all amenities are available just a few kilometres away, the town of Bordeaux is 65 km (41 miles) away and 20 km (12 miles) from Saint Emilion.

      Completely protected from any nuisance, the 98,84 acres property is made up of an organic vineyard, large plots of woodland, a park of hundred-year-old trees, a Château, two gîtes fitted out in former outbuildings that can accommodate 14 people, 3 atypical gîtes in the form of trailers with a capacity of 9 people, a natural swimming pool, an old building housing the indoor swimming pool and its garden, an old barn used as accommodation for the winegrowers during the grape harvest, a wine storehouse for the vinification, a hangar for the boiler room with 100 sqm of photovoltaic panels and other old buildings used for the vineyard.
      The Chateau offers approximately 500 sqm of living space on three levels.

      On the ground floor (approx. 200 sqm): The entrance is a remarkably well-preserved bow window with a cement tile and wood floor and beautiful ceiling mouldings. Then you follow a wide corridor with wood panelling which leads to two reception rooms with high ceilings, fireplaces, exposed beams and one with a wall of wood panelling. At the end of the corridor, a beautiful opening leads to a large hallway which leads to a technical room, an office and a fully equipped kitchen with a large fireplace.

      On the first floor (approx. 200 sqm): The night space is accessed by a beautiful wooden staircase with brass treads. A superb hallway with a wall of wooden cupboards concealing the access to the owner's suite with its shower room, you will have 4 additional bedrooms all equipped with a bathroom and an additional separate toilet on the landing.

      On the second floor: a large bedroom and bathroom to be renovated, a room and access to the unconverted attic.

      The estate's outbuildings are distributed as follows:
      To the north of the Château, the three caravans and the natural swimming pool benefit from a wooded and natural environment where hundred-year-old cedars take pride of place.
      To the east of the Château, a separate building houses two gîtes, each with its own private garden. The first one is west-facing and sleeps 6, while the second is east-facing and sleeps 8. From a comfort point of view, one is equipped with wood central heating (like the Château) and the second with electric heating.
      Between the two gîtes is an old barn used for storage which could be converted into a seminar room. Adjacent to the gîte to the south is an old barn partially covered by a glass roof which houses an indoor swimming pool and its garden.
      A few steps from the Château, what was once a forge has become a tasting room with its own area for preparing orders for the Château's bottles.
      A stone building, which is entered via the entrance courtyard, offers various rooms: a workshop, a linen room and three bedrooms on the first floor (which need to be refurbished) with a gas-fired boiler that can be used instead of wood chip heating.
      A wine storehouse equipped with various equipment useful for the production of the property's wine: vats, press, destemmer and other equipment included in the sale.
      To the north-west, a wood-panelled shed houses the boiler room and stores agricultural equipment. The roof is covered with photovoltaic panels (approx. 100 sqm).

      The property is situated in a privileged setting of almost 98,84 acres, including 19,77 acres of vineyards where nothing disturbs the peace and quiet of the place. To get there, you will take a beautiful tree-lined driveway and as you go along you will discover a place where nature has been preserved, cedars, oaks and other hundred-year-old species are the witnesses of the past.
      The estate's vineyard covers 20,38 acres, situated on a clay-limestone plateau at an altitude of 95 meters, and produces fine wines of the Montravel appellation. The grape varieties are Merlot, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Cabernet-Franc and Malbec for the red wines and Muscadelle, Semillon and Sauvignon for the dry or sweet whites.

      The property is a beautiful balance between meadows, vines and woods, the key word is respect for nature and the owners' wish was to limit their impact on the environment as much as possible.

      Cabinet LE NAIL – Dordogne - Périgord - Lot-et-Garonne : M. Bruno GUÉRIN : +33(0)

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      Your contact

      • GUÉRIN Bruno

      • +33 (0)2 43 98 20 20
      Bruno GUÉRIN

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