Reception Rooms: 5
Land: 2.7 ha
This fine XIXth Century Château built in 1850 and enlarged in 1895 replaced a XVII Century dwelling whose ruins are still in the grounds. Situated in a peaceful place it faces full South and overlooks the gardens which are bordered and enclosed by the River. This vast family home has more than twelve bedrooms and four reception rooms having conserved their period decor. with over 600m2 of habitable space the accommodation comprises;
Ground Floor; Lateral hallway of 17m2. Study in half centre with a fireplace, Library of 34m2 with fireplace, two salons of 28 and 40m2 with fireplace, Dining room with wood panelling and fireplace, 32m2. Corridor to the scullery and kitchen of 25m2.
First Floor; Large landing and corridor to the seven bedrooms with parquet floor ranging from 13 to 37m2, some of which have a fireplace or a bed alcove.
Two shower rooms and bathrooms, Study.
Second Floor; with mansarded ceiling.
In one part three bedrooms of 14 - 22m2. On the other part a large corridor towards three little bedrooms and a bathroom.
Complete Basement forming a cellar, store room and boiler room.
Charming outbuildings consisting of garages, workshop and possible dwelling.
Magnificent grounds planted with mature trees of 27,794m2 consisting of vegetable garden with magnificent green house and borders with box hedges, and landscaped gardens and lawns.
Taxes: Tax fonciere: Approx 2,700 Euros Taxe d'habitation approx. 2,500 Euros p.a.