Between the Berry and Sologne, the lovely château de Contremoret is located on a noble land whose origins go back to the 14th century.
Do not seek out kings and queens behind this 14th century château, demolished during the Revolution then rebuilt during the Second Empire. It always was the private domain of marquis and marquises. After prolonged and minute restoration work, this remarkable homestead, with a certain number of preserved historical vestiges, has progressively recovered its past splendor.
All the nobility of the château de Contremoret
Surrounded by water moats and flowerbeds, it is located on the outskirts of Bourges, in the Centre-Val de Loire region. Sprinkled around 33 hectares, the outbuildings, including a caretaker's house, a dovecot with its aviary, a pond full of fish, accessible by a dock, prairies, woods and cultivated fields, are all part of its charm.
A unique observation point on the Centre-Val de Loire region
The ensemble offers a living surface of 600 m². On the ground floor, a kitchen, a dining room, 3 salons, including one dedicated to music, a library and a billards room announce the rooms on the upper level: a master apartment with a living room, 5 bedrooms and 2 dressing rooms. And let's not forget the convertible attics from where you can admire the entire countryside!
Contremoret's new letters of nobility
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