This old mayor’s residence (560 m2) was built around 1900 in St. Christoly de Blaye facing the central square, opposite the Roman church. Right next to the house, one can find, among other things, a small supermarket, a drug store, a tobacco store, a butcher shop and the local cafe with cozy veranda, offering nice food as well. About 40 km (25 miles) from Bordeaux, 13 km (8 miles) from Blaye with a ferry to the Médoc. Wine chateaus can be found everywhere in the surrounding areas. The famous St. Emilion at 35 km (22 km). Atlantic coast at 80 km (50 miles), with Royan, St. Palais sur Mer, Arcachon and Lacanau, the wind surfer’s Mecca!


The house
Entrance hall with impressive natural stone staircase. Intermediate room with fire place, leading to the living room with large fire place. The living room in its turn leads to a 36 m2 roofed veranda. Also a bedroom, a kitchen, two storerooms and a bathroom with bathtub and toilet.

On the first floor: Three very large bedrooms, all with private fire place. Bathroom with shower and toilet. Furthermore a rented 88 m2 apartment with two large rooms, a hall, a kitchen and a bathroom with shower and toilet.

On the second floor a number of small rooms that were used by the mayor’s staff in earlier times. These rooms are no longer used.


The natural stone veranda provides direct access to the large garden, measuring 256 m2. Two outbuildings: a large 288 m2 shed with two doors to the ground floor and the first floor, and a small 30 m2 shed originally for farmhands. The large shed can accommodate a line of four cars. This space can be perfectly used for creating new apartments.

Other information

This charming residence with a total of 17 rooms and its original French details is ideally suited for an investor, but also very suitable for a Bed & Breakfast and for letting apartments.

The last pictures on the page are taken in the direct surroundings of the village and provide an impression of how the landscape looks like.

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