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Brought down in 1834, the park has been entirely reconstructed, giving their charm back to the gardens and the courts

In Saint-Martin-de-la-Place, the castle of Boumois is a typical stately mansion from the late Middle Ages, a link between Gothic and Renaissance. “Featuring towers, moats and a porch, this magnificent listed property is unmistakably stylish,” stresses the cabinet Le Nail. Erected ca. 1520, perfectly restored, the impressive castle has retained a human scale. The ground floor houses a vast tiled living room with a monumental fireplace and open beams, a library, a pool room, another entrance, the huge dining room with an oak-beamed ceiling and a chapel. Three “suites” and a bedroom are located on the first floor. Upstairs, the guardroom leads to several rooms and nooks, including the covered way. Beautiful designs are everywhere: a friezed fireplace, indoor shutters, and a former arrow slit. The 19-ha estate comes with French gardens, a rosary, an orchard and a 10-ha wood planted with American oaks, maple- and pine trees.

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SUMMARY : Where ? Proche de Saumur - Living space : 700 m2 pour le château - Period : XVe, XVIe et XVIIIe siècles - Price : 2 600 000 € - Estate agent : Cabinet Le Nail - 53810 Changé. - Tel. : 02 43 98 20 20. http://www.cabinetlenail.com

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