Fief known since the fourteenth century, this castle was built around 1450-1480. Composed of a quadrangular main building flanked by 2 towers in the corners of the north facade and a staircase tower on the south facade, it is now in ruins. Built on large vaulted cellars, it rises on 3 floors of about 114 m² each, separated into 2 rooms each opening with a door hug on the spiral staircase. Listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments since 1933, the work necessary for its restoration are therefore, under certain conditions, tax-free and may give the right to subsidies.
Facing the castle, around the circular garden, the outbuildings are articulated.
A dwelling house, contemporary of the castle, develops about 105 m² and was completely restored in 1990-1991. It offers an entrance, a kitchen of 12 m², a living room of 33 m² with fireplace, 2 bedrooms of 20 and 16 m² and a bathroom. Above, a vast attic of 94 m² under the magnificent frame of the fifteenth. The roof was redone in 2015. Gas central heating with a boiler Saunier-Duval of 2014. Double-glazed windows. A cellar below.
A very nice attached barn of 238 m².
An imposing 15th century dovecote, to renovate.
A stable of 237 m ² and a pigsty of 96 m ².
An old bread oven, to renovate.
Remains of water moats remain.
The set extends over 1 ha 40 to 66 ca in a country environment, just 15 km from Vichy.
The price includes 5% of agency fees charged to the buyer. Price excluding fees: 274 300 €.
These Castle Ruins are for sale with Pierre Changarnier Immobilier