The château has around 480 square metres of ‘habitable space’. All has been restored and recently redecorated. Art and design lovers will enjoy the décor and eclectic combination of iconic pieces and attic finds. There is central heating throughout and two open wood burning fires on the ground floor.
The ground floor is spacious, well organised and bright with mainly original parquet and stone floors and four interrelated reception rooms: the Salle à Manger with open fire (the two extendable tables available easily accommodate 20 diners), furnishing by Parisian post war designer Maurice Rinck; The Salon, furnished mainly in original Biedermeier sofa and pieces with large screen TV/satellite and open fire; the Grand Salon which is suitable for events, concerts, discos etc.; and, the west facing Jardin d’hiver with underfloor heating and radiators.
The ground floor is completed by a Hall with cloakroom and WC, fully equipped Kitchen (dual oven cooker with seven hobs and American style fridge freezer), and bright office with two desks and good download internet speeds.
Upstairs the bedrooms are complemented by a well-stocked library and media room, utility room with washing machine, drying facilities and kitchenette and a second floor landing area that is especially suited to board game and jigsaw lovers.
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