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Castle Dijon (21)

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$3,904,100
685
10bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  7,230

By Agence Ruisseaux

Castle 2
Exclusivity
18

Castle Dijon (21)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$1,789,400
750
11bedrooms
8bathrooms
land  15.9ha

By Arriere Cour

29 listings near Dijon

Castle 1
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31

Castle Beaune (21)

Very rare on the market. We are pleased to offer you for sale this exceptional property dating from the 17th century for its hunting lodge, from the 18th century for the long adjoining the castle and finally the construction of the castle in 1820. In the heart of Burgundy, a few minutes from BEAUNE in the Cote d'Or near the hospices of Beaune and the Levernois golf course, come and discover this exceptional Château, its hunting lodge, its outbuildings and its swimming pool, nestled in the heart of 'a park of more than four hectares, its watercourse and generously wooded with hundred-year-old trees. You will be transported by the charm and the tranquility of the place. Family property in the purest French tradition. The 18th century castle, completely renovated, is built on three levels for an area of ​​1,000 m² and is made up on the garden level, of a reception room, dining room, lounge and adjoining library, two kitchens, on the ground floor. first floor you will find the bedrooms each with their own shower room or bathroom as well as a master bedroom with living room and kitchenette, two other bedrooms on the half floor with linen room and gym, a shower room, a kitchen and living room opening onto the park, a large apartment on the top floor fully equipped with bedroom, bathroom, large living room and kitchen. The hunting lodge from 1640, with an area of ​​200 m² and its architecture so characteristic and perfectly maintained, it consists of a beautiful entrance, a living room, a kitchen and five bedrooms with bathrooms and attic. Barn with an area of ​​200 m² and an area of ​​170 m² with its reception room of 100 m² and two other rooms of 35 m² each. Good for family projects, guest houses, luxury hotels, vacation rentals, receptions, seminars, weddings, exhibitions, events. Built complex representing more than 1,200 m² of living space Other photos on request. Very exceptional, very rare in this sector! For any visit, your advisor is at your disposal 7/7. The sale price is presented "Agency Fees Included (HAI.)" 4,200,000 euros. Agency fees payable by the seller. LC Immobilier agency. Commercial Agent B3 Concept EIRL RCS 430 275 875 RSAC ANTIBES.

$4,446,300
1,200
14bedrooms
7bathrooms
land  4ha

By B3 Concept Eirl

Castle 2
Nearby
28

Castle Beaune (21)

In Burgundy, near Beaune and its vineyards, a 19th century chateau with 17th and 18th century outbuildings and a 4 ha wooded park. You have to leave the main road to discover the little village which stretches languidly along a street lined with discreet properties. Captivated by the delightful scenery, visitors often pass the chateau without noticing it, as the setting is very understated. Its surrounding wall is enhanced by a high gate covered with holly, laurel and lilac. A modest central gate opens onto a gravel courtyard with two unevenly shaped lawns in the centre, separated by paving stones. The castle reveals only part of its facade, its discreet double-leaf entrance door is sheltered under a small canopy. The eye is inevitably drawn to the large 18th century farmhouse covered with an abundance of small flat tiles. The building, which bears witness to the winegrowing vocation of the site, comprises three ground floor cellars that have contributed to the reputation of a family of Burgundian merchants for two centuries. The 19th century chateau, next to the cellars, was probably built on the foundations of the 16th century castle which had been completely dismantled. Designed as a prestigious and pleasurable residence, the reception rooms face the park, exposed to the light of the setting sun with originally a view of the distant hillsides. A wide passageway, clear of the foliage on the left, provides a link between the courtyard and the park, the 17th century lodge and the barn. From the village, a narrow road running alongside the property allows direct access to the lodge via a small gate. Turning around, the chateau reveals its clear and symmetrical facade with an elegant canopy. The landscaped park, which could be inspired by Joseph Addison, majestically unfolds its greenery and tall trees, letting the springs, sometimes channelled by narrow canals, freely overflow onto the lawn. It is not uncommon to see herons, grey cranes and wild ducks frolicking on these natural mirrors of water. Although it is adjacent to large buildings that look like old outbuildings, the property is well hidden from view, protected by dry stone walls, streams, tall trees and coppice without being completely enclosed.

$4,446,300
1,207
15bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  4.4ha

By Patrice Besse

Castle 3
Nearby
18

Castle Beaune (21)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$2,345,700
670
8bedrooms
8bathrooms
land  2,500

By Welchome Bourgogne

Castle 4
Nearby
15

Castle Vitteaux (21)

A 15th-century medieval chateau and its farm complex to be restored, nestled in the Auxois province of Burgundy. The chateau was built in 1461 at one end of a village nestled in a small valley of a tributary of the River Brenne. The edifice was designed in line with the principles of medieval architecture. It forms a quadrangle, fortified on its east side by two round towers and on its west side by two square towers. The main building and farm complex used to form a closed courtyard, which is today open on its south side. The main dwelling is framed between imposing round defensive towers that have two floors. The highest roof, which was probably once a cone, has been turned into a gabled roof with two gable walls added. There is an arched carriage entrance in the middle of the facade. It is framed between two pilasters. Above it are the two slots of a drawbridge that used to cross a moat, which is now earth-filled. There are also two pavilions at each end of the edifice. The round towers are punctuated with arrow slits on the ground floor and first floor and with rectangular windows with ogee-arch lintels. On the west side, the bases of the two square towers that defend the farm complex follow the slope of the land and have stringcourses marking the top of the slope. They also have arrow slits, like the other towers. Barns close the north and west sides of the complex. Lastly, there are vast cellars. They house a remarkable well with sculpted faces. This well still contains water. It was a vital requirement during sieges.

$542,200
260
6bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  3,800

By Patrice Besse

Castle 5
Nearby
18

Castle Dole (39)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$515,100
585
8bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  100

By Arriere Cour

Castle 6
Nearby
Exclusivity
10

Castle Gray (70)

In a quiet village in the Gray area, overlooking the Saône, 19th century property comprising a castle with a central tower covered in glazed tiles, flanked by a return wing and a gallery, with approx. 520 m² (5,153 sq ft) of living space comprising twenty or so main rooms including vast reception rooms and ten or so bedrooms, and an independent house with approx. 245 m² (2,456 sq ft) of living space comprising a dozen or so main rooms including 10 bedrooms, most of which have a shower room. Beautiful features: fireplaces, trumeaux, 19th century tiled floors... Cellars, garages, workshop... Land of approx. 7900 m² with inner courtyard, garden with trees, swimming pool, parking. Direct access to the Saône with pontoon. Energy class: C Climate class : C Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €2.958 and €4.437 per year. Prices indexed to August 15, 2015. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr.

$1,062,800
520
17bedrooms
1bathroom
land  7,912

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bourgogne-franche-comté

Castle 7
Nearby
10

Castle Dole (39)

Between Dole and Besançon, on the outskirts of a village, listed MH chateau built in the 17th century, redesigned in the late 18th - early 19th centuries in a neo-classical style: drilling of large windows in order to let the light in, two wings were added to the central building, the facade and interior decorations were transformed in a neo-classical Directoire style, and a romantic English-style park was created. With approx. 420 m² (4,305 sq ft) of living space over 3 floors, it comprises some fifteen main rooms including eight bedrooms. Several outbuildings: independent dwelling, former stables, garages, workshop, wood shed, etc. English-style parklands of approx. 3.7 hectares (7.5 acres) partially enclosed by walls and crossed by a stream, rockery and fountain, pond. 2 gates. Location: approx. 30 minutes from Dole and Besançon, 50 minutes from Dijon, 2.10 hours from Lyon, 1.40 hours from Basle (airport), 2.10 hours from Lausanne. Energy class: N/A Climate class : N/A Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr.

$1,268,800
420
8bedrooms
7bathrooms
land  3.7ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bourgogne-franche-comté

Castle 8
Nearby
15

Castle Mercurey (71)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$2,345,700
670
8bedrooms
8bathrooms
land  2,500

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

Castle 9
Nearby
10

Castle Mercurey (71)

One of the most beautiful views of the Mercurey vineyards from this fully renovated and furnished 19th-century Haussmann-style château with 600 sqm of living space. In a dominant position, quiet setting. Large reception rooms, winter garden and 8 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Period materials and decorative features preserved: frescoes, herringbone oak parquet flooring, tiled floors, French ceilings, fireplaces, etc. Wellness area (sauna, hammam, massage room, gym, etc) and relaxation area (south-facing heated swimming pool, boules pitch, table tennis, trampoline, billiards room, etc). Wine cellar, outbuildings and attics. 2,498 sqm of land overlooking the vineyards. Energy class : D Climate class : D Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €7.050 and €9.590 per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$2,345,700
600
9bedrooms
7bathrooms
land  2,498

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bourgogne-franche-comté

Castle 10
Nearby
8

Castle Chalon-sur-saone (71)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$1,452,100
352
7bedrooms
land  1.2ha

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

Castle 11
Nearby
12

Castle Chalon-sur-saone (71)

An impressive 18th century chateau on almost 5 ha of land in the Bresse region of Burgundy, to be saved. The chateau is situated on the outskirts of a village of some 200 inhabitants, on the site of an earlier fortified house. It used to face two outbuildings, one of which still exists, all surrounding a vast square courtyard, bordered by an old moat, part of which has been restored. All the buildings face east/west.

$704,900
500
5bedrooms
land  5ha

By Patrice Besse

Castle 12
Nearby
10

Castle Chalon-sur-saone (71)

Charming, intimate property with 352 sqm of living space, very old but rebuilt in 1850. This chateau, flanked by its two towers, enjoys a peaceful setting, protected by hedges, century-old trees and the surrounding countryside. The large lounge and dining room can be used as a meeting/seminar room and opens out onto the terrace and large swimming pool. Conviviality and privacy. 8 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Air conditioning. Renovated over almost a year in 2010. Period materials and decorative features preserved. 1.2 hectares of grounds including wooded parkland, 6 x 12 m heated swimming pool and large orchard. Outbuilding with sauna, hammam, massage room and shower room. Property sold fully furnished. Energy class : D Climate class : D Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €4.200 and €5.750 per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$1,452,100
352
8bedrooms
10bathrooms
land  1.2ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bourgogne-franche-comté

Castle 13
Nearby
Exclusivity
14

Castle Autun (71)

An 18th century chateau, outbuildings and wooded grounds spanning over 5 hectares near the Morvan regional park and the town of Autun, in Burgundy. Set at the bottom of a valley, the estate is immersed in nature. It extends over around 3 hectares of wooded grounds, enclosed by stone walls. The main 18th-century building, constructed along the ancient Gallo-Roman Agrippa road between Autun and Saulieu and on the foundations of a 14th-century fortified house, faces east-west. Its architecture is a combination of rectangular, square and round volumes of varying heights. At its centre there is a rectangular, single-storey, flat-tiled main building flanked by two round turrets with pepper pot roofs. Two lower wings extend the building, each culminating in a slightly overhanging square tower with four-sloped roofs. The facades are rendered in a powdery colour, a subtle blend of pink and sand, whose hue changes with the variations in natural light. The building is nicknamed the 'Château Rose'. Its windows are slightly arched or straight, in symmetry throughout the building. Three dormer windows crown the eastern slope of the central hipped roof. In addition, various outbuildings have been built around the main courtyard to the west, and are used for the estate's daily rural and agricultural life: a farmhouse, a barn, a caretaker's cottage and a dovecote. Structural work has recently been completely redone, but the various homes on the estate require finishing work to modernise the interiors.

$780,800
230
7bedrooms
land  5.5ha

By Patrice Besse

Castle 14
Nearby
8

Castle Autun (71)

18th century château in commanding position on 13ha of land Near Autun, in a dominant position in the middle of the forest, this delightful 18th century castle is finally discovered after 2.2 km of path between near and wood: exceptional and rare environment! Absolutely quiet! 3hours from Paris , 2 hours from Geneva and Lyon , the TGV station at 30mn and Autun : approx. 15mn.The entrance opens onto a dining room and living room on the right, then library and two small sitting roomson the left. At the back, large kitchen with fireplace opening onto a pleasant veranda. Upstairs, the master bedroom with bathroom, three guest rooms, bathroom and toilet, small study, library with study on the mezzanine . The outbuildings, in very good condition, include 2 garages, 2 farms of 100m², a building with 3 apartments of 35, 50 and 100m², fully equipped and furnished. 5 vaulted cellars. 2 workshops and a stable for 2 horses. The whole on 13ha of wild nature with basin and source. Fuel heating. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$1,084,500
490

By Chateaux Et Patrimoine

Castle 15
Nearby
10

Castle Autun (71)

VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE This furnished castle, former residence of Talleyrand, is located in a quiet, hilly and pleasant area. It extends over approximately 445 sqm on 2 levels. With its outbuildings of about 440 sqm, this property represents a living space of about 885 m2. This property offers an unobstructed view of the magnificent forest landscapes of the Morvan regional nature park. It is possible to move in quickly in this property with 12 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms distributed over 4 buildings. The property is sold with a large part of the furniture. The outbuildings consist of 3 gites of about 100 sqm each and 2 flats, one of about 35 sqm and the other of about 55 sqm. Beautiful living rooms with a total of 9 fireplaces, most of them in working order. Refreshments to be provided. The land of about 13 hectares offers park, wood, meadow, orchard and a spring fed pond. Shops and means of transport a few kilometres away. Location: This property is situated in Saône-et-Loire, in South Burgundy, 15 minutes from Autun, approx. 1.30 hours from Lyon, 2 hours from Paris by TGV train (TGV train station 45 minutes away) and 3 hours from Geneva by road. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr.

$1,084,500
445
12bedrooms
9bathrooms
land  13ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bourgogne-franche-comté

Castle 16
Nearby
10

Castle Besançon (25)

- IN ITS JUICE - ELEGANT 18th C. CHATEAU OF GREAT APPEARANCE REMARKABLY PRESERVED - ON A SOUTH-WEST ORIENTED MOUND - VIEW - SUMPTUOUS DECORATIVE PROGRAM - RARE NYMPHEE ROCAILLE - 5HA- TO BE COMPLETELY RESTORED - MH REGISTERED - BESANCON - DOUBS. On a mound overlooking the village opposite the church, this very elegant castle stands on its large terrace lined with balustrades offering a beautiful view from all sides facing a majestic perspective. Built around 1745 and attributed to the architect and sculptor Claude-Damien Gardaire (1703-1771) author of the Agay hotel, Boitouset hotel, current archbishopric of Besançon, this residence is in a beautiful state of authenticity and has preserved its high-quality interior decoration elements, Versailles parquet floors, woodwork, door frames, 18th century regional marble fireplaces as well as a very spectacular Chailluz stone staircase decorated with monumental sculptures in the round. The rectangular castle has two large, almost identical symmetrical facades, one south-west overlooking the valley and the village, one to the north-east on the park side, formed by a central body slightly set back between two corner pavilions under hipped roofs. The quality of implementation is beautiful, the slightly arched segmental arch windows are highlighted with elegant keystone frames. On the park side, two bull's eye windows and a dormer window, on the village side, an elegant two-flight horseshoe staircase. Inside, a superb and very large entrance hall on stone slabs, a large flight of stairs with a very beautiful 18th century wrought iron banister, superb stereotomy in Chailluz stone, the first floor forming a large decorated hall of four spectacular life-size sculptures in the round in niches representing the allegories of Spring, Autumn, Summer and a flutist by Claude-Damien Gardaire (1703-1771), architect and sculptor who is also said to have given the plans of the castle and gardens. A superb series of living rooms on the south side, a large central living room opening onto a porch with two flights of stairs via a French window, low paneling, fireplace decorated with an oval medallion depicting cherubs, chevron flooring, three double doors in a row. A very beautiful living room decorated with Louis XVI period woodwork refinished in blue gray with superb door tops carved with medallions with antique women's profiles, garlands of flowers, laurels, 19th century fireplace, 18th century coffered floor. A small living room with 18th century woodwork refinished in blue gray, 19th century fireplace. A small unfinished apartment, two rooms on 2 levels, project for a small kitchen, bathroom. To the North-East on the south facade, a small living room with marble fireplace, beautiful 19th century Versailles fireplace woodwork. A small living room with single-storey access to the north gable, 20th century tiled floor. A small apartment, bathroom, 20th century service staircase. North facade, to the West, a living room without decoration, an old kitchen with tiled floors, a service corridor with stone slabs. Wc. A large kitchen with a stone slab floor with a fireplace decorated with a cast iron plaque in the shape of a portico dated 1698, a French window opening onto the courtyard side façade, large wood-panelled cupboards in the corridor. Upstairs, the vast hall opening onto the wrought iron banister is decorated with sumptuous and monumental sculptures in niches, checkerboard floor in two types of wood. A row of 18th century lounges, a large central lounge on the south side, superb 18th century woodwork, fir flooring, three large double doors. A living room decorated with 18th century woodwork, 19th century fireplace, pitch pine floor with large nailed slats, a neoclassical trumeau in the Regency style, large double door in a row. At the south-west corner a small living room with 18th century scalloped woodwork in beige trumeau tones in the Regency style, regional marble fireplace in Louis XIV 18th century style, collective toilets from the 1950s. . A sumptuous and very large living room, possibly forming a ballroom, crossing North-South decorated with 18th century woodwork with Regency style decorations, exceptional suite of six doors including four double doors facing each other, two very beautiful fireplaces, one in Regency style from the 18th century in regional marble, the other 19th century also in regional marble, wide slatted floor. To the South-East, an alcove bedroom forming a fun box, 18th century marble fireplace in Regency style trumeau with music trophy from the Louis XVI period. Service staircase on the South-East gable. North-West corner small antechamber living room decorated with very beautiful 18th century woodwork, hidden door, double door opening onto the large through living room. Two small service mezzanines. Sumptuous and very rare original oak frame with an impressive volume, triple triangulated by three levels of tie beams, flat tile roofing typical of Franche-Comté, almost waterproof. 18th century tiled floor. Very beautiful and high vaulted cellar. Forced air heating system with outdated heater. Oil central heating partially in the castle, without guarantee of operation. Park of 5 hectares free and partly enclosed by walls. Very beautiful nymphaeum decorated with 18th century rockeries in the style of Chinoiserie. The facade decorated with a palm tree under a triangular pediment, a semi-circular door. The interior is decorated with an extraordinary polychrome rocaille decoration of gravel and shells, featuring vine scrolls, pineapples, rocaille vases, Chinese pagodas, rocaille petrifications, trellis evoking a kiosk with overhead lighting. Two symmetrical outbuildings in the courtyard, one old, the other 20th century, garages, staff quarters in its original 18th century style, sink and stone floor. Kennel. Pavilion forming a tower at the entrance. Beautiful entrance pillars. Terraced garden, stairs. Tight. Registered Historic Monument: Entire main building; old stables and farm (facades and roofs); so-called cave factory, in its entirety; park, fence walls and gates. Situation, - 20km from Besançon. - In a small village, first shops and services, bakery, town hall. - 14km all shops and services. - 400km from Paris, 4 hours by car, 2h45 by train. - 200km from Geneva. 150km from Lausanne. 170km from Basel. - 100km from Dijon. - Price: 857,600 Euros fees included (including 6.72% fees payable by the buyer). Historical note: This remarkable castle is located in the Ognon valley, rich in castles from this period and the work of Claude-Damien Gardaire (1703-1771), in fact Besançon was only attached to France in 1678. occasion of the Treaty of Nymegen, a parliament taking place there, the parliamentarians had private mansions built in the city and vacation castles in the countryside; it is one of these that we are dealing with. Claude-Damien Gardaire (1703-1771), son of a carpenter, became a sculptor then an architect, having great success with the Bisontine elite, he notably created his masterpiece the Hôtel d'Agay, also known as Hôtel Boitouset, current archbishopric of Besançon which is perhaps one of the most original civil buildings in Eastern France in the 18th century due to its turbulent facade. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$930,000
1,000
land  5ha

By Denniel Immobilier

Listed castle 17
Nearby
18

Listed castle Besançon (25)

Ideally located about 20' from the TGV station, the A36 motorway and Besançon, we invite you to become the new lovers of a unique building, witness to history. It will seduce you with its approximately 320sqm, its pretty land of 26.32 ares (2632sqm) and its medieval remains, some of which are classified as historical monuments. Timeless, this 13th century residence, nestled on the old road which led from Besançon to Dijon, was the passage where the toll required to enter the lands of the lordship was paid. Built on a rock, this fortress stands proudly in the local countryside and offers a very privileged setting. Today, the castle only displays part of its original architecture. It consists of the formerly open square tower and a main building, a former main building. The two parts are connected by a curtain wall which reveals the traces of the drawbridge once in place. The habitable part takes place in the main building, developing to date 163sqm of living space supplemented by nearly 200sqm to be interpreted. It has been completely renovated in the last 20 years to give it comfort and authenticity. You will have to pass through the fortified oak entrance door to access the octagonal tower housing the majestic staircase which will take you to the 3 levels. First made of cut stone as a witness to history, this staircase extends with a part completely restored in wood according to the specifications of the architect of Bâtiments de France. The ground floor consists of a charming apartment including a bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom. A beautiful space of more than 30sqm benefits from a double door opening onto the courtyard and can be used for different purposes, from the reception room to the games room, from the summer kitchen to the winter living room. On the 1st level, wait delightfully in the reception lounge before discovering a very bright living space thanks to its triple orientations and its numerous openings onto the surrounding nature. In the spirit of sharing, this room includes an office area, a living room and a dining room. The semi-open kitchen is directly attached to it. Via an internal staircase, you access the sleeping area which consists of 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a laundry/dressing room area. At the top of the spiral staircase, pass in front of the Renaissance-style baluster and access the covered walkway which will lead you to the square tower. Distributed over 4 levels and structured with one room per floor, the square tower is the archetype of the defensive building of the medieval period. If the ground floor is devoted to storage with its semi-circular vaulted cellar, the other 3 levels certainly had their own use: a room useful for everyday use with its Gothic fireplace, an old "great room" and a stately bedroom. Several restoration campaigns have allowed this keep to regain its colors: a recovery of the masonry structures, a restoration of the frame and the roof, the restoration of the Gothic fireplaces, the reinforcement of the upper windows of the 3rd floor, the replacement of stained glass windows or the consolidation of wooden floors. A rare medieval testimony still intact in the Doubs, this residence will welcome you in a setting bringing serenity and authenticity. ENERGY CLASS: D / CLIMATE CLASS: B. Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2021: between EUR2,157 and EUR2,919 Information on risks to which this property is exposed are available on the Georisks website for the areas concerned

$569,300
320
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2,632

By Espaces Atypiques Besançon - Doubs

Castle 18
Nearby
19

Castle Besançon (25)

A chateau listed as a historical monument with outhouses, an English-style garden and an orchard, nestled in a village between Besançon and Dole in France’s beautiful Jura area. On the main road into the village, you go past a gate before you get to the village. This wooden gate, the property’s entrance, is framed between two stone columns and crowned with a triangular pediment. Beyond it, the chateau, built in the 18th century, soon comes into view, as does its English-style garden. A gravel drive runs past a farm building made of stone. A series of wooden doors set in stone surrounds and semicircular arches lead inside this outhouse. The chateau, designed in a Directoire style, has a ground floor, a first floor, a second floor and a roof space. A hipped slate roof crowns the edifice. The facade features a large sculpted triangular pediment. Three chimney stacks rise up from the roof. A balcony on the first floor protrudes over the main entrance, which is made up of three wooden doors set in stone columns and segmental arches. Two wings were added to the main section in the 19th century. A hexagonal tower made of dressed stone, capped with a hexagonal roof, adjoins the rear elevation. Two outhouses stand behind the chateau: a former kitchen, which has kept its imposing fireplace, and a farming building for storage. In an enclosure wall, there is a wooden gate that leads out into a village street. Another gate takes you to the church that neighbours the property. A former caretaker’s house, which adjoins the farm building, also has a separate street entrance. The English-style garden in front of the chateau is dotted with trees and rose bushes. There is also a spring and a stream, which flows to a pond. You can follow a path to walk all the way around the garden. An orchard and a meadow complete the grounds. Fields and meadows edged by the River Doubs extend around the grounds. The elevations and roofs of the chateau and outhouses, the main staircase in the chateau, the rockery of the court fountain, the garden with its stream, pond and enclosing walls, and the east and north gates have been listed as historical monuments since 1992.

$1,268,800
643
9bedrooms
8bathrooms
land  3.7ha

By Patrice Besse

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