This French castle set on 4 hectares of land with a pond on the banks of the Creuse, in central France. The chateau was built in the late 18th century using tuffeau stone. It has three floors, two towers at the corners of the south facade, and a slate gable roof.
It provides a living space of 750 sqm, including 17 main rooms such as a study, living room, dining room, library, large fitted kitchen, through hall, garden level with a kitchen, small dining room, and bay window. There are also 11 bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. Outbuildings are also available, including a cottage (140 sqm) and a spacious gîte with 5 bedrooms for family and paying guests.
The chateau is located in the Vienne department, approximately 15 minutes from the market town of Roche-Posay, which is famous for its thermal spring and mineral waters with numerous therapeutic and dermatological benefits. The chateau is set on enclosed grounds of 4.6 ha with a large pond, a heated swimming pool (15m x 6m), and a cottage. The main city of Châtellerault is 30 minutes' drive away, with a TGV station that places the capital city of Paris just 1h20 away.