Property For Sale Calviac-En-Perigord,France
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Superb luxury Chateau for sale in the Dordogne France.
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Superb luxury Chateau for sale in the Dordogne France. Euro Resales Property iD: - 9825856 Property Details The Chateau of Fonnoyer is located in Calviac of Perigord in an old village of France, situated at 10 kilometers from Sarlat and 11 kilometers of Souillac. The property as being built between 12th and 14th century. The main entrance is located in the tower of this stunning building. To the right of the tower you can find a shower, a WC, bassinet. followed by a main living room of 50m2 with a chimney. Next to that a bedroom of 30m2 with a bathtub. On this floor of the house you have access to the terrace of 100m2. On the left side of the tower you have access of a main dining room with kitchen but also a chimney of 60m2. On the first floor, you will find a level where there is a lounge space or a desk and next to it a small buanderie. Following this there is a bedroom with a bathroom of 50m2. On the second floor, there is a small area where you can put a sofa or a bed, which gives an access to another bedroom with a toilet and bassinet on the right hand-side of the room and back of the room you can find a bathtub. The bedroom is env. 60m2. On the upper level of the right side of the tower, there is env. 300m2 to rebuild. There is 6,000m2 of land around the house including a space where you can park and a small garden in front of the kitchen and dining room. There is a private garage of 100m2 with plenty of room for a car. . The heater is an insert, it is a type of closed fireplace. On the left side of the tower there is 250m2 env. and on the right side of the tower there is 400m2. Viewing is highly recommended this property will not stay on the market long. Features * 3 bedrooms * 2 large reception rooms * Private Garden * Private parking * Beautiful country views. * Room to develop and extend * 650 m2 of living space * 6000 m2 of land * South east facing. About the area Dordogne is a department in southwest France, set between the Loire Valley and Pyrenees mountains. it's known for prehistoric cave paintings in the Vezere Valley, like those in Lascaux Cave. The town of Perigueux is home to the Cathedrale St-Front, with its 5 domes, and the Vesunna Museum, built around Roman ruins. The medieval town Sarlat-la-Caneda centers on the Rue de la Republique and the Cathedrale St-Sacerdos. The heart of the "Dordogne" area is, naturally, the department of the Dordogne, centered on its capital Perigueux: the French tend to refer to this area not as "la Dordogne" but as "le Perigord", and in France the area is most famous for its gourmet delights, notably pate de foie gras, walnuts and truffles. For tourists, the epicentre, indeed the epicurean centre, of this Dordogne is an area known as "le Perigord noir", situated in the south east of the department. Centered on the town of Sarlat and the river Dordogne, this is the classic Dordogne, with its limestone cliffs, castles (such as Beynac or Castelnaud) and picturesque villages such as Domme and Laroque Gageac, and also its world-famous caves with their stalagmites and stalactites, and in several cases prehistoric paintings. The French National Museum of prehistory is at Les Eyzies, while the grotto at Lascaux boasts the world's most famous prehistoric cave paintings. On account of the damage being caused by tourists, the real Lascaux cave, a UNESCO world heritage site, was closed to visitors back in 1963, but an exact replica has been carved out underground close to the original location, and the visitor experience is totally authentic. A brand new authentic reproduction of the Lascaux caves, Lascaux 4, opened in December 2016, offering visitors a new and completely realistic visit indistinguishable in many ways from "the real thing". There are other prehistoric caves that can be visited at Font de Gaume and Cap Blanc, and even a prehistoric theme park, Prehistoparc. Perigord Noir is not a mountain region; it is hill country, mostly at an altitude of between 200 and 350, metres. West of Perigord Noir lies Perigord Pourpre, the area round Bergerac; this is a low lying area, the limits of the coastal plain, a region most famous for its wines and vineyards. As for the north of the department, this is known as Perigord Vert, Green Perigord, a greener and more undulating region of small villages and farms, streams and rivers. Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information