Chateau for sale Longuet Pays de Loire


2 500 000

Chateau for sale Longuet Pays de Loire description

 Chateau for sale longuet This is a chateau from the 13th century with a rich history, which underwent renovations in the 15th and 19th centuries. It boasts a living space of around 700 square meters and is situated on a vast 25-hectare estate that encompasses both woods and forests.

In addition to the chateau, there are also several outbuildings, including an annex house of about 120 square meters and a large outbuilding of about 500 square meters, which includes a gym, a studio, six horse stalls, a tack room, and more. There is also a swimming pool that measures 13 meters by 6 meters.

This sprawling estate and its charming, historically rich chateau, recently restored to perfection, are located near the major cities of Tours and Le Mans and could be used for either a commercial endeavor or as a family residence.

The castle comprises:  

  • A main castle of approximately 700m², which is livable. 
  • A spacious basement with the boiler room.
  • A “Master” annex house of around 120m². 
  • Additional buildings totaling approximately 500m² (including a gym, a studio, 6 boxes, a tack room, etc.). 
  • A swimming pool measuring 13m x 6m.
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Nearest AirPort
Distance Motor way
Nearest town
10 km

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 Chateau for sale Longuet Pays de Loire The estate, which includes the original 13th century chateau renovated in the 15th and 19th centuries, is located on a 25-hectare land complex. The outbuildings, including a gym, studio, stables, and tack room, have a new roof (3 years old) and the chateau’s roof was revised in winter 2020/2021. The chateau and its outbuildings have been turned into a successful business by a couple, offering events and guest rooms to a high-end clientele, generating a comfortable income.


This property is located 2 hours and 30 minutes from Paris via the A10, A11, and A28 motorways, and is 29 km from the La Flèche zoo and 41 km from Tours airport.

The origins of this chateau are unknown. In 1652, the chateau passed through marriage to Alexandre Million. Sold by his son in 1699 to Joseph Lemercier de Vauduchou, granary at the Lude salt cellar. His son Philippe Lemercier is provost of the constabulary of the Loir at Château-du-Loir. In the 18th century, the property belonged to Charles Borromée Lemercier and Madeleine Roulleau.

A Chateau for sale Longuet Pays de Loire

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