Property ID : NLEN001975
Drone photos, Exclusive, For Sale - Prestige
- Auction date 11/10/2017
- Auction with no reserve
- 20+ bedroom suites
- Large elegant reception rooms
- Complete restoration carried out
- Various outbuildings
- 30 hectare estate with river
33,000sf (3,000m²) | 79-acre riverside property (32ha) : 20+ rooms | 3 levels | 6 outbuildings :Original castle built in the 16th century | Expanded in the 18th century | Renovated and restored in 2010 with attention to correct period design : Playground to lords, noblemen, and royalty | Henry IV was a frequent 16th Century visitor | Occupied by German forces in World War II : Exquisite marquetry floors | Decadent furnishings and fine art | Spiral staircase | Chandeliers : Bedrooms finished in various styles from Victorian to High Renaissance | King’s bedroom with hand-carved four poster antique bed : Private owners’ suite | Chapel | Dining room | Bedroom | Bathroom | Salon : 18th century French Country kitchen | Seating for casual meals | Fireplace | Located in the original tower.
Music room | Gambling parlor | Grand salon | Formal banquet room | Library | Movie room | Conference/event space | Exercise room : Expansive views | Direct river access | Waterfall | Meadows | Forests | Manicured French-style gardens | River | Private lake : Ideal for outdoor adventure | Fishing | Golf | Trekking | Quads | Horseback riding | Archery : Caretakers house | Horse stables | Orangerie | Greenhouse | Workshop | New electrical, plumbing and heating | Helipad : Additional 3.7ac (1.5ha) plot : Village in the Perche Natural Regional Park | Nestled between Normandy and the Loire Valley | 120km and 75 minutes from Paris, Caen, Orleans, and Le Havre | 60km and 35 minutes from Chartres | 35 minutes from Le Mans
110km and 1 hour to Paris Orly International Airport | 75km to Le Mans International Airport | 75 minutes to Paris center
This unspoiled region of rolling hills, lush meadows, and stately forests was the favored country escape of European royalty. Located in Le Perche, a national park between the Loire and Eure River Valleys, this idyllic region of France is well-connected to major urban centers, with Paris only 90 minutes away. Known for its world-renowned horses, glorious châteaus, abundant mushroom species, and the perfect baguette, Le Perche is also an ideal beginning point for cultural adventures. The magnificent stained glass of Chartres Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is less than an hour drive from your door, and the oldest endurance car race in the world is just 35 minutes away in Le Mans.