A unique opportunity to acquire this exceptional 16th century listed flamboyant gothic renaissance chateau that retains all its original features and boasting no less than 13 monumental fireplaces that are still intact. Although the chateau has been lovingly preserved it would take an architectural and historical enthusiast to take on this project in order to restore it to a stunning habitable chateau. This could be either by restoring it with its original slate roof and reinstalling the three floors, or adding a contemporary touch conserving the original features but adding a glass roof and more modern materials.
There is one hectare with the property and two small houses, one of which is habitable. Exceptional views over the surrounding countryside. A fantastic project for a history and architecture enthusiast. Listed building so government grants available.
The chateau inspired Eugene Le Roy's book 'Jacquou le Croquant' written in 1899 about peasant revolt and and was used as to shoot the film in 1969 and another version in 2007.
- Rooms 6 rooms
- Surface 130 m²
- Condition Requires renovation
- Availability Free
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Land 10000 sq m
- 1 House
- Energy - Conventional consumptionIn progress
- Energy - Emissions estimateIn progress
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