The protected natural surroundings, to the south of a region featuring irregular-shaped fields separated by hedges and ditches in undulating countryside, where production of local wines is flourishing, are crossed by numerous streams. La-Roche-sur-Yon, Les-Herbiers and La-Châtaigneraie are easily reached via the main roads. The nearby Chantonnay TER train station provides links to Tours, Saumur and even the beaches of Les-Sables-d'Olonne. The Puy-du-Fou historical theme park is but a 25-minute drive away.
This property is composed of several character buildings. The chateau, built in 1856, is impressive with approx. 650 m² of living space, a 200 m² basement and ten bedrooms; unusual features that do not include the 100 m² of attic space that await conversion. The main building, slightly set back, is flanked by two symmetrical buildings, constructed outside the fabric of the carcass. Four turrets, with corbelling, elegantly enhance each corner of the masonry with their candlesnuffer roofs and their finials. The carcass is constructed from granite, dressed stone and quarry stone blocks. The traditional roofing framework is covered with natural slate. It was redone in 1990. The chateau’s architecture, spanning five levels, is elaborate. Although a few renovation works need to be scheduled, the main carcass is in a good state of repair.
This chateau stands in the midst of wooded parklands, spanning more than 2 ha. The driveway leads to the main courtyard as well as to miscellaneous outbuildings. A stone perimeter wall protects the property from onlookers. An orangery stands on the right-hand side of the parklands. Constructed from stone and brick, this architecturally interesting building spans approx. 100 m². It awaits renovation and the upstairs could be converted into bedrooms. The old stable building is also outstanding. Spanning more than 200 m², it would lend itself to a variety of rehabilitation projects such as holiday accommodation units, a bed & breakfast activity or even a function room. On the left-hand side of the parklands, concealed behind another stone wall, are two guest pavilions. The first, spanning approx. 70 m², comprises a living room on the ground floor, with a bedroom and a bathroom upstairs. The other forms a studio flat, with a kitchen and a shower room, spanning a total of approx. 35 m². Both these outbuildings have a view of the swimming pool and the Jacuzzi. The old kennel, out of sight in the midst of a variety of trees, is in a state of ruin.
This chateau is quite outstanding for such a little commune. Impressive and elegant courtesy of its size and its architecture, the story of its history is but waiting to be continued. The warmth of the premises provided by the extensive panelling, the tall oak wood cupboards, the double lounge doors and even the numerous fireplaces forms a contrast with the outsides where verdure, stone and brick take pride of place. But whether it is inside or outside, the chance to live in this property is a golden opportunity.
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|Land registry surface area||2 ha 50 a|
|Main building surface area||675 m2|
Aurélien Turrini       +33 1 42 84 80 85
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.