The little commune of Les Bréviaires, in the heart of the forest of Rambouillet in Yvelines, is home to a divine Napoleon III-style chateau.
Yvelines, in the greater Paris region, abounds in former royal residences, noble palaces and historic homes, nestled in the national forest of Rambouillet, which was formerly the hunting-grounds of the kings of France. This is a natural heritage site with rare flora and fauna, which charms the family-owners of chateaux with the lustre of authenticity.
A Napoleonic Chateau in Les Bréviaires
This chateau, built during the reign of Napoleon III and finished with a pink brick facade is a fine example. Situated 35 km from Paris, the castle looks at its own reflection in its private pond, in the village of Les Bréviaires, known for its Olympian calm. Surrounded with 30 hectares of lands, the edifice of 1 100 m², comes with a French-style garden, a two separate buildings, one to welcome guests and another dedicated to groundskeeping.
A Prestigious Site with Appealing Features
Flanked by 2 high towers, the main building is composed of 23 rooms. On the ground floor, the hall leads to a beautiful reception room, while the higher floors, accessible by lift, contain 5 family bedrooms and offices. For lighter moments, the billiard-room and gym, as well as the interior heated swimming pool provide all you could need. Some good arguments to grow attached to this chateau…
An imperial chateau on a royal site
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