A 115 km au sud de Paris (dont 90 par voies rapides), près de Montargis et de Nemours. Egalement accessible par le train au départ de la gare de Berçy en 1 heure. La propriété est située à proximité du golf de Vaugouard et de la forêt domaniale de Montargis.
Built in a tiny square, in the centre of a village typical of the French department of Gard, with its former coaching inn, its winery and its church, 29 km (18 miles) from Nîmes, with its TGV train station and its airport, near to Anduze, Uzès and Alès, gateway to the Cévennes mountains.60 km (38 miles) from the sea and 58 (36) from Montpellier, this castle is well integrated in the town to which it gives character; backing on to scrubland with a forest of green oaks and Alep pines coming right up to the walls around the parklands, and facing down on to the village and the vine-dotted plain where the two Gardon rivers join up in front of a large loop. Situated in the Languedoc region, the French department of Gard has tourist sites that just have to be visited together with its outstanding natural sites (the “pont du Gard”, the arenas, the square house and fountain gardens in Nîmes, Aigues-Mortes’ fortifications, Anduze’s bamboo grove, the Cevenol valleys, the Camargue and the long beaches along the coast, etc.).
53 miles from Paris and 12.5 miles from Rouen and its station for reaching Paris in less than 90 minutes.
On the outskirts of a village of 1,500 inhabitants, in the heart of a heritage-rich region, this estate, together with its large neighbouring residences, is set in unspoilt countryside, full of irregular-shaped fields separated by hedges and ditches.
A moins de 170 km de Paris (20 minutes de la sortie d’autoroute), près des plus beaux villages de la "Sologne de la brique" qui tire son nom de leurs charmantes façades rousses. Au coeur d'une contrée sauvage tapissée de bruyères et de landes, plantée de feuillus et de résineux où le grand gibier s'ébat en liberté très surveillée...
In the south of the French department of Vienne, near to that of Charente, an hour from Poitiers and its TGV train station with 90 minute links to Paris and its Poitiers-Biard airport with links to the British Isles. An unspoilt, undulating region with hills alternating with woods and a scattering of lakes. Several rivers and streams cross through this countryside without making it at all humid. The nature is clean and totally unspoilt. A village with a bakery, a restaurant, a café and a primary school is just a 5 minute walk away.