Reception Rooms: 2
Land: 200 ha
Only a short bike ride from the coast lies this superb ISMH Château set in the middle of its estate of 200 hectares of park, land and woodland with its outbuildings in a peaceful setting. So near is the sea that it is possible to see it from several windows of the Château. It is 10 km away from a small town with all shops and services. Dating from the XVIth Century, four towers surmount this beautiful building which is in an 'L' shape with a granite facade and a high substantial slate roof. With 280m2 of habitable space on each level, the accommodation comprises;
Ground Floor: a large Salon (98sqm), substantial kitchen /dining room(61sqm), a bakery with vaulted ceiling (30sqm), cloakroom, bedroom, bathroom, toilets, two rooms used as pantries, boiler room or storeroom. On the first floor, led by two spiral granite stairways: 7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and toilets.On the second floor: a bedroom and its bathroom, 4 beautiful attics with exposed joinery and roof timbers which could be converted and be used as bedrooms.On the third floor, a hidden stairway in a cupboard in a bathroom:leads to a bedroom in a tower.
The main rooms have preserved their original features beautifully. Monumental fireplaces, nicely carved mullioned windows and window seats, the ceilings with exposed oak beams - all has been very carefully restored. Adjoining the chateau is a caretaker' s house with living area, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom.In the courtyard facing the chateau are the remains of the stables. On the other side of the small lake is a small house to restore. A dovecote that is remarkably well preserved, sits on the edge of the first small lake.A magnificently restored chapel is to be found in the corner of the French style walled garden.Former farm buildings. The estate comprises woods, lands, heaths, meadows and two small lakes. A small river crosses the property. The land is gently rolling.The lands and meadows are subject to leases to farmers. The hunting grounds are rented on a yearly basis.