This eighteenth century castle, located on a hill, was defended in 1940 by a regiment of Senegalese who defended fiercely between 9 and 11 June 1940 after being bombed and burned.(photo No. 24)
From 1960 he was progressively renovated by its new owners. There are 10 years, the house of 107 m2 has been completely rebuilt to nine with old materials. It is part of the common castle and has a large private terrace of approximately 200m2 with views of the park and the pond. The ground floor consists of a large living room of more than 60m2 with a fully equipped kitchen, separate toilet and changing rooms and a cozy lounge and character. You go up to the first floor by stairs historical monument. Upstairs, 2 rooms in mansard with 2 twin beds, one with indoor shower room, and a bedroom with a single bed and a second bathroom.