What specific architectural features does your building have ?
The chateau is an excellent example of Louis XIII architecture. It was built in stone between 1609 and 1640. It was then expanded in the 18th century by a pavilion with a mansard roof that closed the courtyard on the right side. The communal area wing that borders the forecourt was also added in the 18th century. Much like the chateau itself, it is a picture of elegance and aesthetic success, both in its proportions and scenery: a mansard roof covered with slates, a mock avant-corps extending from a pediment roof dormer and alternating skylights with classicising silhouettes. The interior of the communal areas hosts a row of beautiful, bright rooms and a room that still houses some pretty horse stalls from when a stud was installed in the late 19th century.
Places you would personally recommend
Three kilometres away is the Ableiges golf course. Hiking enthusiasts will enojy the Chaussée Jules César, an ancient Roman road that connected Lutèce (Paris) to Rotomagus (Rouen) and Juliobona (Lillebonne). For food lovers, we recommend the Auberge de la Gare in Montgeroult which is nearby. The Auberge du Cheval Blanc in Pontoise and Rohan Vigny are also excellent. Marguerite's studio, a florist in Pontoise, is very creative. Studio Mosha, a photographer and videographer, will be able to capture your most beautiful memories.