Imagine the time of King Louis and Queen Mary Antoinette, the era of scandalized Parisian fashion with linen and gauze fabrics dominating, times where this castle, sprouted straight from the 19th century, would be holding extravagant parties full of French nobles and aristocrats – unknowingly partying while the French revolution creeps up on them.
Dig deep into your pockets because it takes a whopping 5.5 million euros to be able to own a chateau like this in France. With its white walls and remarkable pointed blue turrets, this extraordinary home might be one of the most beautiful estates we’ve seen.
The fairytale castle has 9,687 square feet of accommodation over four floors with an entrance hall, double reception room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, central hall and a large master bedroom suite.
There are also four further bedrooms, three bathrooms, a study, games room, home cinema, gym, wine cellar and heated indoor swimming pool.
It is surrounded by 72 acres of land with a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool with a summer kitchen, greenhouse and an extraordinary restored 15th century dovecote.
19th and 21st century elements beautifully merged in this astounding home have us dreaming of neoclassical hand-made gowns and immaculately prepared French delicacies. Excuse us while we go binge watch Reign and Versailles.