East of France – Splendid 16th-18thth centuries chateau
Chassiers, Rhône-Alpes, France
Tuscany invites itself into this little corner of the Ardèche. 20 minutes from Aubenas, with an unobstructed view of the Levant, a rare and magnificent chateau with incredible charm, listed MH, from the 16th and 18th centuries. Surrounded by a splendid garden, its hundred-year-old cypress trees and its olive grove are reminiscent of Florentine landscapes.
The fortified house spans 6,458 sq. ft. of living space over 3 floors around a splendid stone spiral stairway.
In the independent tower, a lounge, a kitchen and 2 bedrooms.
Swimming pool of 10 x 5 m.
The park is divided into several areas. The so-called Florentine garden with its arcades supporting the terrace faces the east facade of the castle, giving it an air of a Tuscan villa, contrasting with the more austere west facade. Then a large wooded avenue, another lined with cypresses, a small olive grove and finally a peaceful inner courtyard with trees at the foot of the towers and watchtowers. Well. Vines.
A property without equal with incomparable charm and bathed in romanticism. A family home in a place steeped in history, just waiting for you.