This stunning manor house is located in Le Controis-en-Sologne, France on on a 10,000 m² property. It was built in the 18th century and renovated in 2011. It consists of a dwelling house, a mansion and a completely autonomous outbuilding that contains a bedroom and bathroom. There are 2 kitchens, 9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, and is currently for sale via Lieux Uniques for €1,236,000.
On the border of the Manche and Calvados departments; an 18th century castle and its outbuildings surrounded by almost 20 hectares of land. The castle stands in the middle of a formal French park. From the road, the access driveway, lined with beech trees, splits into two symmetrical alleys, decorated with ball-shaped box, meeting at the foot of the castle. On one side, a pond embellishes the park. There are five outbuildings on the other side.
YES PLEASE!!!! For sale via Le Figaro Properties.
This 13th century castle is an intrinsic part of the Puy-de-Dôme department and has a rich past closely linked to the royal history of France. Restoration works began in the 1990’s and are still ongoing. A superb example of heritage restoration supervised by a master architect specialised in French Historic Buildings, an architecture historian and a host of landscape gardeners. The current owners have poured all their energy into breathing new life into the property and its activities, modernising it without changing its architecture. Its natural setting, the building itself, its large function rooms and reception areas, its landscaped vistas, the gardens and the still-water pool, as well as its secret passageway through the dry moat are all assets and delights just waiting to be explored.
An absolutely breathtaking property, with sooo much history and love poured into it over the years. For sale, and more info via Patrick Besse.
Midland Manor is a 19th Century grade 2* listed Manor House restored to its formal glory over the past 6 years by the new owners. There is 6000 sq foot of living space split over 2 floors, 3 formal reception rooms, large galleried hallway, large kitchen, all with ornate, intricate plasterwork and ceilings, cinema room, original wooden floorboards, Versailles parquet, travertine marble flooring, historic stencilling throughout cellars. Master with decked terrace overlooking gardens, lake and parkland 1.5 acres of terraced formal gardens, children woodland play area, fire pit area, pergola, gravelled carriage driveway. Additional farmland, a lake, woodland and barns.
Some of the stenciling and colours in this home are questionable but other than that this is a real beauty. Available as a location home via JJ Media.
Located in Provence, near the picturesque medieval town of Uzès, this remarkable historic château dates from the 13th century. This former property of the Baron de Castille was acquired in 1950 by the legendary British art historian and collector Douglas Cooper. He commissioned the famous Spanish cubist artist to paint five monumental frescoes in the castle, which were later classified as historic monuments along with other parts of the castle. Castille Castle offers over 560 m2 of living space, including 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms and over 180 m2 of reception rooms. The gardens and the 2 hectare park include a gallery, a pond, a caretaker’s house and outbuildings. The charming interior has been decorated by renowned interior designer Dick Dumas. In total, the property offers 2 hectares of magnificent parkland with formal gardens and avenues of majestic holm oaks leading to cenotaphs. Other notable features include historic outbuildings, a large pond, numerous historic stone ornaments and a gatehouse.
What an extraordinary property! For sale for 8,900,000 € via Sotheby’s.