In the center of France, on the edge of a small village that has kept all its character, a large tumulus covered with hundred-year-old trees marks the site of a fortress from the 13th century, a remnant of the headquarters of a commandery of Templiers ... We are between Bourges and Montluçon, near Saint Amand-Montrond (18200), just ten minutes from an exit of the A71 and a train station (2h30 from Paris). The park, with an area of about 7.7 hectares, is home to two castles connected by a master tower: the Manor House dating from the 18th century and the 'Château' of the 19th century. New roofs.
Interior restoration work to be planned on all the buildings. The outbuildings located at the foot of the castle offer a remarkable ensemble: service quarter with a neo-gothic architecture, large traditional barn with three-sided awning,former dryer.
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