Chateau, guest annex/granny flat and 3 guest cottages, plus several outbuildings set in 4.96 hectares (12 acres). Main house with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, Formal dining, 2 great rooms, Multiple marble fireplaces, Indoor heated swimming pool, Vaulted wine cellar and Cloakroom. Other services include air Conditioned in the Master Bedroom and secondary bedroom, as well as Broadband throughout.
The Guest Cottages
The chateau is set in 4.96 hectares of land and features walnut and pear Orchard, Sweeping Lawns, Gardens, Wildlife Pastures, Fields … In addition, there’s a Large air-conditioned Office, garage, attached Guest/granny flat with kitchenette, parking area, and separate entrance and stable buildings.
About The Cote D’opale
Nestled in a strategic position close to Belgium with its Michelin starred restaurants, and the English Channel, Saint-Omer is a perfect retreat. Visit the 14th-century cathedral or see one of three French copies of the Gutenberg Bible at Saint-Omer’s public library. Meander the streets and squares of this classic market town or venture to the coast to enjoy sweeping dunes and charming seaside villages.
The cliffs of Cap Gris-Nez and Cap Blanc-Nez provide striking views of England and cliffs of Dover. Your lucky chateau – which survived the French Revolution and two World Wars – has an ideal location for shopping or working in London, as well as beach going, golfing, hiking, and dining.
The A26 is just 10 minutes from your front door, giving you easy access to Lille’s International Airport, Paris and Brussels. It is situated close to Eurostar Calais train station giving access to central London in 55 minutes, and close to Channel ports, and Calais Eurotunnel which connects rapidly to Kent and Southern England.
About this Auction Opportunity
AUCTION with a reserve price of 450,000 €uros.
Auction opens : 26/09 and closes 30/09/2019
100,000 euros cash deposit required to register.
Viewings possible by appointment only.
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