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Located 50 km south of Angers, 250 km from Paris and 10 km from the A10 motorway interchange. 20 km away: An aerodrome, Paris-Montparnasse train station in 45 minutes, good TGV connections for Paris-Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle airport in 2 hours, for Lyon and Lille Europe for an onward trip to London in less than 3 hours, 90 minutes from Nantes.
Less than an hour from the Loire Valley (Anjou) and from le Mans, with its medieval Plantagenet town centre and its variety of cultural/sporting events and its 24-hour racing circuit, its world renowned endurance circuit and driving school, the Porsche Experience Centre. 30 minutes from a golf course.
Less than 10 kilometres from a small town steeped in history that offers a wide range of local services.
The castle was completely refurbished according to best practices between 2011 and 215. The main body of the building is rectangular in shape. Two pavilions are joined to the main part at both ends. The building spans three storeys. The roofs are covered with Trélazé slate. The facades are limestone rendered and there are a number of large windows at regular intervals. On the ground floor, the reception rooms and kitchen are all through rooms. A large wooden staircase leads to 6 bedrooms with bathrooms laid out over 2 floors. On the opposite façade, a gravelled esplanade runs the length of the castle. It is impeccably landscaped with squares of lawn and topiaries. It features a central stone staircase with steps leading down to a pond; from this south-east point there is a view of the whole estate.
The guest house
This old house has also been renovated. It is rectangular and has a tile and copper roof. The inside and outside walls are whitewashed. It has an under floor heating system that runs on a boiler using wood from the estate. It is insulated with environmentally friendly sheep’s wool. Situated close to the summer house and away from the boiler room, it spans two storeys.
The summer house
Rebuilt and partially open, it is used as a summer dining room. A closed room is used as a hunting kitchen. This building could be used as a garage or shelter. Behind it, there is a vegetable garden.
Dating back to 16th century, it was redesigned in the 18th and 19th centuries. It was originally built by Jérôme de la Dauvessière, grandson of the creator of the city of Montreal.
The wind turbine
A well powered by a metal wind turbine; a work of art by the Le Mans metal founder Ernest Bollé. Built in the grounds of the park during the second half of 19th century. The frame and the shelter roof have been renovated recently.
Slightly set back from the vegetable garden, another outhouse is used for storage.
The park ‘à l’anglaise’, the grasslands and the woodlands
The park is planted with a number of tree species (oak, cedar and chestnut trees…)
The terrace is surrounded by rose bushes, lavender bushes and topiary box trees and looks down on to a pond containing water from the well. An alleyway of lime trees leads to the chapel then it joins an old path alongside a big lake.
Beyond this point, the view extends over the wild grasslands (approx. 30 hectares). Some are closed with untreated fencing. The woodlands span approx. 21 hectares. There are beautiful alleyways for lovely walks, forestry and hunting. Approx. six hectares of land is dedicated to a game reserve with a network of paths for horse riding.
They are served by natural water sources and runoff rainwater. The quality of the water is very good and without nitrate. They feature in the land registry. The one situated at the highest point measures 2.5 ha. A smaller one, further down from the castle is approx. 4000 m2. There is a stream that flows towards le Loir. Home to pikes and roaches, they are restocked regularly with roaches and gudgeons.
It was meant to be a family house to be passed down generations, it became more than that; the quality of the estate gained from it. Ten years of substantive work have been undertaken to restore this estate and make a balanced ecosystem. Both the buildings and its surroundings are of a rare quality. Renovation is as complete as possible; the raw materials used such as the sand for the renderings or the oak wood for the tables coming from the property grounds. The decorative plasterwork surrounding the main staircase is the work of a plasterer/staffor craftsman. All the espagnolettes of the windows were made just like the original ones. No detail has been missed, the ensemble touches on perfection with great elegance.
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.
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