Castle Louis XV
- Localisation: Seine et Marne (77)
- Surface: 800 m2
- Forêt : 52 Hectares
- Château : 800m2
Located 50 minutes from Paris, this Louis XV “madness” was born in 1750, houses a 800 m2 listed castle. Within this protected area of 75 hectares, 19 acres of English gardens inspired by William Kent, you will discover one of the finest plane tree listed as a “Remarkable tree”, a small lake, a grotto, a belvedere, a medicinal garden, a rose garden. This castle is composed of large volume rooms: such as the entrance, the hall, the living room with pink wood panellings, the somptuous reception hall with tripartite view over the Park, two dining rooms with direct access to the terraces. Upstairs, 10 suites including a master bedroom opening onto a large terrace overlooking the grounds. Annexe: pheasantry, reception halls, stables, hunting room, caretaker’s House, greenhouse, Orange grove, hunting lodge, Guest House, 52-acres forest. Actual Hunting grounds of 120 acres (plairie and forest) with possible extension of 300 to 500 acres. The excellent distribution of surfaces and volumes, supplemented by high quality restorations make this Castle a residence of exception.