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Dating from the 15th Century, this ancient fortified Renaissance Chateau is part of Perigord history for over 500 years. With 120 ha and several farm cottages and buildings, the Chateau dominates the hills and valleys of the Dordogne countryside. Of particular architectural note, are the small chapel in one part of the Chateau and the listed Pigeonnier which stands on 8 columns in the grounds. Throughout the Chateau are monumental stone fireplaces, flagstone floors, carved woodwork and original beams. Its ancestory is clear with its crenellations and vine covered walls in the central courtyard. With its elevated situation, the windows (as well as the viewing point at the top of the round tower) offer magnificent views of the French countryside. Within the grounds are equestrian facilities, including an indoor arena and extensive modern stables.