Understood to have been built by the Ducs of Duras, this C14th fortified chateau benefits from an elevated position and imposing views across the Duras countryside. Entering via a stone archway, you arrive into a private, grassy courtyard, flanked by the main house, guest house, stable block and former winery. The main home has retained its sense of historical grandeur with impressive, high ceiling reception rooms, original features and architectural details. A sweeping staircase leads to the first floor where there are two bedrooms; one of which is 92m2, this room could easily be divided into multiple bedrooms if required. Accessed via an external door is a 'hidden room' of 71m2 which could be incorporated into the main chateau accommodation. The guest house has been recently renovated and has an open plan kitchen/living/dining area on the ground floor and two good size bedrooms on the first floor. There is further potential for development with a stable block and former winery if desired. The ensemble of buildings sit on a flat plateau of land with terraced gardens and an orchard. This is a rare building, full of historical details whilst providing comfortable modern living accommodation.