Reception Rooms: 5
Land: 46 ha
This substantial and imposing property is set in a peaceful environment amidst beautiful grounds which extend to 46 hectares The château, built of stone, was originally constructed in 1560 and underwent extensive renovation from 1870 to 1890, however it is now in need of further restoration to bring it back to its former glory. The Château as well as the Chapel, outbuildings and grounds are all listed (ISMH) and it is undoubtedly an architectural gem. The square structure is flanked by four quadrangular pavilions. At the top of each pavilion there is a statue symbolising one of the four cardinal virtues (prudence, justice, temperance & courage). Both the front and back facades are architecturally rich and ornamented with statues representing the builders’ coat of arms whilst the side facades have various openings and italianate loggias allowing access from one pavilion to the other. The side facades are relatively sobre in comparison to the rich design of the other two facades. The property is only 13 km away from the sea. The nearest town with basic services is just 6 km away. Paris is 190 km away and can be reached by autoroute or train.
The Château (750 m2 );
Ground floor: vast entrance hall and reception room, beautiful double revolution stone staircase, gorgeous salon (90m2) with galleries and 7.50 meter high ceilings, petit salon (40m2), large and small dining room, office, boudoir, study & utility rooms.
First floor: 3 master bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & servants rooms.
Second floor: 4 main bedrooms, 2 loggias, 2 bathrooms & 2 rooms to be converted.
Third floor: Bedrooms & servants quarters
Vaulted basement: large kitchen with monumental fireplace, games room, cellars, linen room, W.C, boiler room & utility rooms.
The architectural details of the interior of the Chateau are typical of the Italian Renaissance in style with coats of arms, vaulted ceilings with Ogives, wood panelling and richly carved oak fireplaces with garlands of fruit and oak parquet floors.
• Charming listed gothic chapel (ISMH) & herb garden
• Elegant XIXth Century half-timbered house
• Richly ornamented barn called the 'porch'.
• Dovecote of St. Jean bricks surrounded by a garden maze
• XIXth Century farm with beautiful stables and barns
• Various small houses scattered around the park
• Garages and workshops
• Old brick farm buildings
Grounds (46 ha);
The Château is set in a lovely environment. It includes:
• An English park (first landscaped in 1850) with an avenue of over 1 km, lined with beech trees
• Herb garden
• Vegetable garden enclosed by walls and small towers
• Swimming pool
• Woods with a variety of trees
• Meadows ideal for grazing horses.
• Statues, flower beds, small ponds, greenhouses and massive rhododendrons.