Fontainebleau, 17th century Chateau
Fontainebleau, ÃŽle-de-France, France
80km from Paris, near Fontainebleau, in the middle of a 22 acres park, 7 of which are forest, stands the chateau surrounded by a moat. The main structures were built in the 17th century, with some older parts, such as the 12th century tower. The chateau has outbuildings: an orangery and an 18th century annex house
The main house has been carefully restored. It has 3 floors with a surface area of 6,458 sq. ft. and 18 rooms including 11 bedrooms
On the raised ground floor, which has access to the outside via a front stairway, a hall leads to the rooms, including a superbly decorated 807 sq. ft. reception room with a fireplace and a view over the parklands, then 2 lounges, an anteroom and a bedroom with its shower room
The first floor contains ten or so bedrooms served by a corridor, there are 4 shower rooms, 2 of which are reserved for the main bedrooms
The raised basement contains a lounge, a children's dormitory and various technical rooms: a laundry room, cellar and other storage areas
The outbuildings consist of 3 equestrian facilities.
Opposite the chateau in the entrance courtyard, an old outbuilding converted into a festive room with 2 bedrooms and a shower room
In the park, an orangery of 3,014 sq. ft. with sound system and equipment, which can accommodate up to 250 people.
The last outbuilding is an 18th century house of 1,830 sq. ft. that can be converted.
Ideal to continue to develop the commercial activity turned towards the event industry