Chateau de la Jarthe, Dordogne, France
Exquisite 13th-Century French Chateau

Exquisite 13th-Century French Chateau

Chateau de la Jarthe, Dordogne

€2,975,000

HIGHLIGHTS
  • 0 Sq.Ft. Living
  • For Sale Status

Chateau de La Jarthe is an illustrious domain in the heart of the Dordogne, near Périgueux. This early medieval chateau, which dates back to the 12th century, was once a seat of the Knight of the Order of the Templar. As you pass through the entrance gates, it truly feels as if you’re stepping back in time. La Jarthe is located in the heart of the unspoiled Dordogne only 1h 15min from the city of Bordeaux and 45 min from the vineyards of Bergerac. A small airport that can accommodate private jets is only 15 min away. The Templars have built the chateau in the 13th century and it is listed as a monument. The interior of La Jarthe will remain historic, but can be adapted to the modern comfort/luxury level. More than enough grounds to crate numerous building plots as well as a complete range of outdoor facilities; including an eighteen hole golf course, tennis courts, an equestrian centre and extensive picturesque trails for jogging and riding.

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Features and Amenities

Area & Lot

  • Living Area0 Sq.Ft.
  • Status For Sale
  • LifestylesCountry Living, Historic, Wine Wineyard
  • Architecture StylesEuropean

Exterior

  • other exterior FeaturesGated Entry

Financial

  • SALES PRICE€2,975,000

The countryside is very pristine and bursts with wildflowers in the spring and summer.

Arlene Rutenberg

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