Brionnais is a little region in the south of Burgundy, between the tranquil waters of the Loire and the foothills of the Charolais mountains. It begins to the north of the town of Roanne and ends around the famous sanctuary of Paray-le-Monial. Grasslands, meticulously delimited by hedges and trees, prevail. The landscape is that of a vast, serene, quiet garden. It is a land that has preserved its identity despite being near to large urban areas such as Clermont-Ferrand and Lyon, 90 minutes away by car, as well as Mâcon and its TGV train station with links taking less than two hours to reach Paris. It is 2 hours away from Saint-Exupéry airport with one-hour flights to London.
The late 18th century chateau
This chateau, standing on the edge of a golf course, spans three levels. The steep slate roofs feature shed dormers. The rendered facades contain numerous, regularly spaced openings. On the entrance side, wide stone steps go up to a terrace, bordered by a balustrade, running the full length of this facade. The garden facade is flanked by two round towers and has a terrace, enclosed by a balustrade.
The swimming pool
The 11x5 m swimming pool is flanked by a wide paved terrace. It is installed at a slight distance from the chateau. This spot, ideal for exercise and relaxation, receives the sun all day long.
The 18-hole golf course and its driving range
The golf course spans approx. 40 hectares. It was designed and created to please both novice and experienced players alike.
This par-68, 4,900-metre course holds numerous surprises and features some highly technical holes. The layout is varied and undulating, with dogleg holes, hilly terrain and water obstacles perfectly suited to the most seasoned of players.
Watering is carried out via a fully automatic, computerised system.
A covered practice area, spanning approx. 500 m², is on one side of the golf course and includes an artificial Astroturf putting green. The driving range features 8 bays with an automatic ball dispenser.
The clubhouse has a different entrance to that of the chateau as well as a large carpark intended for customers of the golf course.
This 2-storey building is topped with a gable roof. Its wide windows are symmetrically arranged. An atrium the height of the building marks and enhances the entrance hall. A wide, paved terrace surrounds the building, standing on the edge of the golf course, next to a lake.
The old annex house
This old house, with its facade covered with Virginia creeper, exudes character. Standing near to the club-house on the edge of the golf course, it spans two levels, topped with a gable roof. The ground floor comprises the hotel’s thirteenth bedroom in the form of a suite intended for disabled persons. Other rooms on this level are used for storage purposes and one houses the green irrigation system. Two stairways provide access upstairs to the bedrooms, each of which has its own bathroom.
A long gallery, supported on wooden pillars and covered with red tiles, stands facing the club-house and precedes the golf course. It houses a vast, covered reception area by the side of the lake.
A large building, used in the running of the golf course, makes it possible to store tractors, lawnmowers and other pieces of equipment used for maintaining the greens. Spanning a ground surface area of approx. 900 m², it could also be converted into a health centre with a spa bath and massage rooms or into additional suites.
Another building is used for storing golf carts and other pieces of golfing equipment. It spans a ground surface area of approx. 250 m². It could equally be used for a variety of purposes in accordance with requirements.
The workshop is a closed area, spanning approx. 300 m², right next to the practice area. It is used for housing all kinds of machines and tools for maintaining the fairways.
A large, open farm shed stands near to the carpark and the driving range.
Brionnais is one of the most beautiful of France’s little regions. At night, when the sun sets over the river Loire, the backlighting effect on the trees and hedges lining the grasslands creates a scene that would have inspired the great 17th century landscape painters. It is therefore to a doubly attractive setting that golfers will return once the estate has re-opened. This classical chateau is flanked by two round towers, topped with candlesnuffer roofs. It has all the facilities required for a course designed to satisfy players of all levels. The boundaries of the 48 ha of grounds could be extended through the purchase of additional land. A change of scale could also be envisaged with the construction of a hundred or so villas on the edge of the golf course. This estate is currently free of any rental or management contracts.
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|Land registry surface area||48 ha|
|Outbuilding surface area||2300 m2|
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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.