The first 12 homes are currently on the market, with construction scheduled to commence in 2024 and the first move-ins slated for 2026. In total, 52 properties will be built, including an array of three- to seven-bedroom residences spanning 2,360 – 7,125 sq ft.
Alongside the new branded residences, Six Senses will open a 50-room hotel in the Chateau Bel-Air complete with a sprawling spa, state-of-the-art gym, yoga studio and three gourmet restaurants.
Set within an idyllic 1,400-acre woodland estate, every residence at Six Senses Loire Valley will feature a private pool – one of the best places to soak up the stunning views. Renderings reveal breezy, laid-back interiors with exposed wooden beam ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows filling the rooms with natural light.
Future residents can expect the highest levels of service, with round-the-clock security, private chefs, childcare, a concierge and housekeeping staff all readily available.
Homeowners will also be able to apply for Les Bordes Country Club membership for access to the neighboring estate’s lakes, white-sand beach, tennis courts, cycling trails and equestrian facilities. Perhaps most exciting of all is the opportunity to join Les Bordes Golf Club which boasts an 18-hole course designed by celebrated golf architect Gil Hanse and a 72-par Old Course.
“Les Bordes Estate is the perfect setting for a richly authentic Six Senses residential and hospitality concept,” said Neil Jacobs, CEO of Six Senses. “We are thrilled to be working with RoundShield (the private equity firm that owns the estate) to launch the sales of these 52 branded residences and believe they embody everything Six Senses stands for.”
He continued: “Homeowners will enjoy an uncompromising lifestyle centered on access to nature, emotional hospitality, privacy, and comfort – all within an iconic French countryside estate.”
Homes within the first phase of sales at Six Senses Loire Valley range from €2.5m to €8.8m.
[See also: Six Senses Launch London Residences]