Dordogne’s luxury Chateaux are set in peaceful locations with stunning views, rich landscaping and original architectural features. These estates are warm and inviting while still being opulent and high-end properties. In addition to the main building, most properties include various outbuildings and additional accommodation for guests and visitors.
Explore these four not to be missed chateau and castle properties, which come complete with their own rich histories and more than enough room for you and all your guests.
1. Medieval castle in Dordogne
Dordogne, which is a bit inland from Bordeaux, is known for a rural, slow pace of life, making it a highly sought-after location in France. Based in Bergerac on 31 hectares of land, including 10 hectares of vineyards, this Medieval castle has been completely renovated and is in excellent condition. It comes fully furnished with everything from lighting fixtures and tables to decorative objects, and the architecture recalls that of Roman villas from the past. The property also includes outbuildings, a wine cellar and a caretaker’s house.
2. Beautifully maintained property in Sarlat
Located in quiet, calm Sarlat, this villa was built with the highest quality materials and furnishings to emphasize comfort. The property’s three acres include two homes, each with their own garage and electric gates. Each property also includes a full-sized basement, cellar, fully-equipped kitchen, lounge, office, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, dressing rooms and ample storage. Rooms are bright and spacious, and additional features include a pool house with swimming pool, an open fireplace and outbuildings.
3. Beautiful 18th century home with five stone gites
Many Dordogne properties look like they’ve been pulled from the pages of a fairytale, and this property is no exception. Set on a gorgeous landscape in Périgord Noir, this 18th century home has five stone gites, a shaded and landscaped park, a barbecue and two swimming pools, plus a restored 18th century bread oven. The land also includes equestrian facilities. Breathtaking views and a relaxing setting make this home a sort of oasis for those who want an luxury, tranquil way of life.
4. Luxury Chateau in Périgord on nine hectares of land
Toward the end of the 18th century, this chateau was built on the foundation of a medieval building. Established in Périgord on nine hectares of land, this estate has two levels and an additional ground floor. The interior features bright, comfortable rooms and original features, while the land includes outbuildings and a pool filled with spring water.
HOMEHUNTS property estate agents are able to select beautiful, high-end Dordogne property based on your specific search requirements. Use the property search feature located above to browse our selection of luxury chateaux. You can also speak directly to one of our consultants by calling +33 (0)970 44 66 43.