Whether you’re looking for your new home or looking to invest in a property with a great potential of becoming the most popular attraction nearby, this fairy tale castle will surely do the job! With its magnificent towers and fantastic design, you’d think it’s a home of a Disney princess.
Built in the 19th century with a 405m² of living space, renovated afterwards and only 30 km from Paris and 130 km from Poitiers, this dreamy property offers 2 beautiful reception rooms, 5 large master bedrooms and an office.
Outside you’ll find a cute renovated cottage composed of a kitchen, dining and living room and 2 pretty master bedrooms.
On the 6 hectors of closed park that the property has, you can enjoy the heated pool, gorgeous wooded park and a pond.
Don’t miss this amazing castle, as it’s one of a kind!
About the place:
Chatellerault is a city in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France. It lies on the Vienne river, 37 miles (60 kilometers) southwest of Poitiers and 99 miles (160 kilometers) northeast of Bordeaux. Chatellerault has an estimated population of 34,000 residents as well as many smaller satellite cities that have developed under its administration, including Naintré , Bonneuil-Matours , Saint-Germain Laval and Argentonnay . The city was founded during Gallo Roman times by Emperor Claudius around 50 AD, who named it for his wife Tonga Sabina, whose name means “Tongue de Serpent” or perhaps “snake tongue”. It was developed as an industrial town during the Middle Ages and throughout the next three centuries made its fortune by being home to some of France’s most important manufacturing industries such as weapons, locks and steel wire in addition to other products, including paper and textiles. Chatellerault retains many of these sites today, which draw tourists from around the world for a unique look into history not found anywhere else on Earth.
This beautiful town is full of spectacular attractions that are worth visiting while touring Nouvelle-Aquitaine. One place you must check out is The Museum House Gallo Roman, located inside Saint-Pierre Cathedral, where visitors can learn about how this city came about through archaeological discoveries, along with exhibits containing items dating back to the Gallo Roman era. Tourists can also learn about Chatellerault’s rich history at The Museum of Lace and Fashion, or visit Leisure Park Rives des Vienne, where you can see a replica of Paris’s Eiffel Tower along with other sites that are themed after different places around France such as Brittany , Normandy and Provence.
Things to do in Chatellerault:
When visiting Chatellerault be sure to make time for its famous festivals including those during which many visitors enjoy attending sporting events, parades and street parties. Some notable fêtes include Nouvelle-Aquitaine Wine Festival in September when locals gather together for an exciting event showcasing many wonderful wines from this region while celebrating alongside wine makers and wine tasting. Another great event is the Saint-Pierre Fête in June celebrating with a festival that includes concerts, fireworks and amusement rides for everyone to enjoy on site while meeting new people from all around France.
The Château de Jaulnay is a remarkable chateau, located in the commune of Lhoumois. It was built at the end of the 16th century. From 1835 until 2001 it belonged to members of his family and from 2007 has been owned privately. The castle contains important paintings dating back from the 17th century which are still preserved today. In addition, there is also an old garden with magnificent acers surrounded by boxwood hedges as well as a park that can be visited all year round.