Near the picturesque medieval town of Uzès, in the Gard, Castille, a historical 13th-century château, highlights its patrimony.
Coveted over the centuries by leading fortunes, this fortified château was named after the Baron de Castille, in the 18th century. Built in the village of Argilliers, the château and its outbuildings are enhanced with columns, balusters and fountains. In the 50s, it was acquired by Douglas Cooper, historian, art collector and a friend of Picasso's who painted give large frescoes on the premices.
The château de Castille, historical flagship of the Gard
Registered as a Historical Monument, it is surrounded by a 2 hectare park comprising a gallery, a basin, French-style gardens, many historical stone ornaments and a caretaker's house. As for the decoration, it is signed by interior architect Dick Dumas, who has mingled traditional rustic elements and more elegant objects.
A 20 room château to dream
Pursue the dream by strolling through the 20 rooms divided on a 800 m² liveable surface, with 180 m² spectacular living rooms, a dining room with a antique decor, an imposing library, 7 rooms and 8 bathrooms. Take the time to discover this unique ensemble in the Occitanie region, an enchanting venue that will make its new owners step into history.
Enter in the legend of the « Picasso effect »
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