First of all a little history …. In the heart of the Bourg de Trélissac whose birth corresponds to the period when the Château Magne was built between 1864 and 1869 in a Second Empire style with some influences from the Renaissance by Alfred Magne son of Pierre Magne, former finance minister of Napoleon III, according to the plans of the Parisian architect Bertelin.
The property stretches over a plot of nearly 4 hectares 4 km east of Périgueux and is composed as follows of a rectangular and imposing high main building, framed by two pavilions with each of them a polygonal tower. The castle was ceded to the city of Périgueux in 1950 on the condition of installing a hospice there, a wish granted until it was rehabilitated in the early 2000s in order to install a condominium of 24 apartments and registered with the Historic monuments in 2004.
This bright duplex apartment sweeps you away with the beauty of its parquet, its sculpted cornice runs through all the walls and invites you on a journey through time through these figurines which seem to whisper. The central and imposing fresco above the two bedrooms from which the mezzanine arises invites you to angelic dreams …
Finally, the magnificent post-Napoleon style fireplace will bring you all the benefits of soothing and successful evenings. The icing on the cake, a parking space and a cellar also make up this property, a south-east facing terrace and the very large garden are in use.
- 3 rooms
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- Parking : 1 parking space
- 24 co-ownership lots
- Annual co-ownership fees : 5 400 €
- Property tax : 2 108 €
- Proceeding : Non
Energy Performance Certificate
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29 Boulevard de Courcelles 75008 Paris
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Geohazards website : www.georisques.gouv.fr