Carlux: building land 4,400 m2

PRICE: EUR €55,000

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Carlux, beautiful building land surrounded by woods and nature but not isolated. 4,400 m2 sloping building allowing to take advantage of a very nice little promontory and oriented to the south for good sunshine of the future house. Very pleasant place. Carlux is a small village in the Dordogne located near the town of Sarlat-la-Canéda. It was an important seat in the Middle Ages, including the presence of a castle of the tenth century.

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Carlux: building land 4,400 m2
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This former Viscount is now mainly on tourism, offering the possibility to admire some beautiful vestiges of its illustrious past. Carlux is indeed a paradise for lovers of old stones and history. Dynamic, the village offers various animations that entertain locals and visitors, many in summer. The proximity to the most beautiful sights of the Dordogne also offers Carlux a small reputation among those wishing to explore this part of south - western France. Ancient medieval Carlux has still some interesting vestiges of this glorious era. Listed historic monument, Castle Carlux is now in ruins. It was built probably in the tenth century, and the building has been modified several times over the centuries because of widespread looting and other fires. The castle is, since several years, the object of volunteers renovations. Built in the first half of the fourteenth century, in full Hundred Years War, St. Catherine church has a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic. Its portal was listed historic monument in the early twentieth century. In a sober elegance, the religious building allows to admire such a painted wooden Pietà seventeenth century. Click the blue MAKE ENQUIRY button and enter your details to receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Jean-Loup Theillier.

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