Reception Rooms: 5
Land: 10.4 ha
Built in a commanding position with a beautiful view of the valley, the château is easy accessible by the A10 Autoroute and TGV and it is situated close to facilities.
Built in the XV/XVI Centuries on a rocky outcrop, the Château is surrounded by dry moats. Of a manageable size it offers approximately 500m2 of habitable area. The accommodation comprises:
Ground floor: large entrance hall with Salon (36sqm) with a fireplace, study, dining room (40sqm), tv room in the former chapel, large kitchen (44sqm) with stone fireplace, scullery, laundry, access to the cellar, stock room and W.C.
First Floor; A wooden staircase leads to:; a large landing space used as a sitting room off which are 7 bedrooms, a bathroom, 3 shower rooms, 4 W.C.'s.
Second Floor; A large loft with magnificent joinery is lit by numerous windows and could be converted to provide additional accommodation.
Basement; Large cellars accessible from the moats offer numerous possibilities of conversion ( a reception business for instance. )They are composed of former wine presses, bake houses, workshop, garages some stock rooms and troglodytic cellars.
Heated pool (5x10m) with pool house and kitchen. Well.
The property is about 10 hectares 40 ares, and it is composed of a park, some meadows and woods.
In the woods is a house of about 35sqm of floor surface with independent access. It is in bad condition but benefits from water and electricity.
The facades and roofs of the chateau, the moats, the entrance gate as well as the dovecote are registered on the French Supplementary Historic Monuments List.