With elegant old world European glamour and an enchanting mix of modern and historical luxuries, Chateau de Bavois is a fully renovated, 14th century estate. Located on a hilltop in the Plain de L’Orbe, this Swiss estate is historically registered and features stables, a reception area with a knight’s banqueting hall, and idyllic views of the rolling countryside and Jura mountains. Originally owned by Count Peter II of Savoy, this medieval chateau features round towers and ancient beamed ceilings. The main residence was fully renovated in the 1990s, and offers 800 square meters of living space, including two luxurious apartments, reception rooms, guest rooms, and a period kitchen. A double vaulted wine cellar features a tunnel to the farmhouse complex, which boasts of an additional 1,265-square-meters of living space comprised of six apartments, a dining room, and reception areas. Reception areas span over three floors and provide ample space for almost 200 guests. The interiors are luxurious and warm, with exposed beams, stone fireplaces, and beautiful stone and hardwood flooring throughout. This historic home is truly unique, and the combination of classic architecture and modern convenience make it fit for royalty.
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