14th Century Castle in Dordogne - Rare Opportunity

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THIVIERS, Dordogne Area, S.W France - Aquitaine,, Thiviers (France)

5 Bedrooms · 3 Bathrooms · 400Floor area




5 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms



No pool

Not furnished


This magnificent castle is situated in the beautiful region of the Dordogne, in south-west France. Dating back to the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, it was originally fortified and retains its original charm. It's entrance is decorated with a Louis XIII gate, framed by two massive rectangular towers and crowned with machicolation.

The main facade offers 400m2 of living space, with another 150m2 suitable for conversion. Inside, the parquet floors, monumental fireplaces and intricate woodwork are a testament to the craftsmanship of the time.

Set on 1.22 hectares of parkland, this is an idyllic location for families or groups looking for a peaceful and tranquil escape. It's history adds to the appeal - Bertrand Du Guesclin took over the castle from the English during the Hundred Year War in 1372.

If you're interested in finding out more about this stunning property, contact us today.


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