A nine-bedroom mansion featured on Escape to the Chateau is up for sale for the price of £724,916.
The Channel 4 series, which saw hosts Dick Strawbridge and Angel Adoree guide British families in France through their dream chateau purchase, aired its final series this year.
With filming on the show officially over, one of the mansions featured on the series is now up for sale.
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Recently listed by French estate agency Leggett Immobilier, the detached home boasts nine bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a guest house on site.
The 19th century dwelling covers 15,000 square metres and comes fit with a bed-and-breakfast suite, as well as its own British food store.
Original features including exposed stone walls, floors and wooden beams are also preserved inside the property, helping to give residents a rustic feel.
Complete with a fully -licensed vintage tea room and cinema area, the property also boasts its own lake and hunting lodge.
Permission to build a "further six studios, a restaurant and a large reception room" on the property has already been gained.
Its listing reads: "Recently restored, this beautiful residence is a magnificent family home while offering a wealth of options for a special events/accommodation activity.
"The Château is already well-known locally and further afield due to its starring role on Ch4’s Escape to the Chateau DIY.
"It has been renovated to a very high standard by the current owners, who have also worked hard to restore it to its rightful place in the hearts and life of the local community.
"Whilst preserving the original features, renovation work has included insulation, the creation of a self-contained apartment and studio/gîte."
The promising chateau property is described as "wheelchair friendly" and based roughly 30 minutes from Niort.
Priced at £724,916, the dwelling will set perspective buyers back roughly the same price as a one-bedroom flat in Battersea, London.
Dick and Angel will return in brand new Channel 4 spin-off Escape to the Chateau: Secret France, due to hit screens in 2023.
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