This charming six bedroom equestrian Chateau retains many of the original features, including carved oak beams, solid oak floors and stone fireplaces, The well maintained gardens include a pool, lawns and a large terrace, Dating back to 1550, the Chateau was built in the same year that chocolate was introduced to Europe and when the astrologer Nostradamus wrote his first almanac, Two outbuildings to renovate lend scope to increase the level of accommodation for staff or guests. Chateau: Set on three floors totalling around 750 m2 of living space, the Chateau has been rewired and has an oil fired central heating system. The ground floor has two large reception rooms, a kitchen and one bedroom, On the second floor there are four double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a billiard room, The third floor – added in 1857 – has another large bedroom suite and two large storage areas, which could easily be converted into bedrooms, Outbuildings: One property with two bedrooms and large lounge, and another requiring total renovation, The grounds of 18 hectares (43 acres) include woodland, pasture (3ha/7.2 acres) and stables with 3 horse boxes. The property is mostly fenced, and horses are allowed to roam through the woodland and on the grazing land, The property is set 150 metres from a minor 'D' road – though not hugely busy, it does mean there is inevitably a level of road noise. Overlooking the valley of the river L'Isle, this property is 20 minutes from the city of Perigueux and 50 minutes from Bergerac airport. Bordeaux airport is 1 hour 30 minutes' away.