- 1400 m2
- 20 rooms
- 13 bedrooms
- land 6 ha
A 16th & 18th century, listed, fully restored castle with its double drawbridge, unique in France.
In the French department of Aube (10) in the Champagne-Ardenne region, some 150 km to the south-east of Paris and 25 km to the north of Troyes. 20 minutes from an SNCF railway station with 70-minute train links to Paris. The castle stands on the outskirts of a small, quiet village in the heart of the Champagne countryside.
Shared in the Middle-Ages between several owners, including the Counts of Champagne, succeeded by the kings of France and Montier-la-Celle Abbey, the Seigneury was reunited in the 15th century and became the property of the Canons of Vincennes.
In 1581 an exchange contract was agreed between the Canons of Vincennes and a burgher from Troyes who became the owner of the premises.
In 1586, the
reference : 521780 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 14980291
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