View of Chateau from Pigeonnier
Chateau Front
Chateau Front
Chateau Back and Side
Chateau Back and Side
Front & Side of Chateau
 
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The History of Château de Limatge

Constructed around 1840 as a hunting pavilion, it was owned for several decades by the Earl of Lastours.  Named Château de ‘Limatge’ (Catalan spelling for L’image), its architect was said to have taken inspiration from ‘Château de Rueil Malmaison’ and the neoclassical Empire style from the 19th Century.  Nestled in the midst of the Montagne Noire and set in extensive grounds the property affords its inhabitants total privacy and quiet.

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The House

The accommodation is arranged over 3 floors each containing approximately 220 m2 (Total 660 m2). Restoration of the property has taken place over the past several years, resulting in a large but very comfortable and practical country home.  The restoration and decoration has been completed to an exceptionally high standard while fully respecting the period of the property, incorporating many of the original features seamlessly alongside some more contemporary elements.

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Lovingly Restored

Considerable investment has been made both externally and to the internal fabric of the house.

Chateau Grand Salon
Chateau Gallery
Chateau Master Bedroom
Chateau Grand Salon
Chateau Stairs from Grand Salon

Security

  • Intruder alarm and smoke detectors connected to Securitas Direct​

  • Security cameras to front and rear of main house viewable through AV distribution system

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Contact Us

To arrange a viewing or discuss the Château and purchase options, please get in touch.

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Location

Situated in the Midi-Pyrenees, 9 km from the village of Dourgne and 7km from Arfons, the property is located in the heart of the Montagne Noire. Carcassonne and its airport are around 45 minutes by car. Toulouse and its airport around 65 minutes by car. The nearest towns are Revel and Castres. There is also a regional airport at Castres-Mazamet approximately a 20 minute drive away with daily flights to Paris and Lyon.

 
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