On the edge of the count's estate, is the charming, fully furnished castle property (former gatehouse) "Le Fort Chabrol". An excellent base for your holiday!
The house, traditionally built in 1860, is built of stone and has stepped gables, dormers and a turret. Although formal (yet) monument, the house has a monumental appearance. The house was completely renovated in 2008 with great attention to tradition.
The property is sublime and detached, located on spacious grounds in the beautiful rolling countryside of the department of Nièvre, in the Bourgogne region.
The house is in the hamlet of LE PETIT MOULIN, 1.5 km from the center of the Loire IMPHY town, a short distance from the national park the Morvan. At about 9 km away is the monumental, historical city duke NEVERS.
The property lies 250 km south of Paris, and is easily accessible via the A77 route des Arbres, approximately 660 km from Utrecht.
The charming living room with a monumental fireplace and oak beams, provides access to a modern kitchen, where original details such as the estrikkenvloer, have been preserved.
The kitchen has a granite worktop, induction cooker with oven, refrigerator, coffeemaker, microwave and dishwasher.
The bathroom, although small, is nevertheless very useful and practical. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and washbasin.
The master bedroom is spacious and opens to the charming turret. The bedroom features a traditional dormer, as well as the 2nd bedroom which can accommodate two beds.
Around the house:
The property is located in a natural and spacious grounds on which terraces are located and where the main terrace has a pergola overgrown by grapes. On this terrace has an outdoor fireplace / BBQ place available. The land on which fruit trees, partly omkraagd by a hawthorn hedge. On site open Kapschuur is also present in which two close are abrade.
The community is open to integration. The neighbors and their acquaintances maintained a friendly relationship, which has led to many a meal, help with mowing and monitoring absence.
Along the site is a private path that leads to the castle.
The landscape is very diverse: pasture for the white Charolais cows, forest and streams, and is very suitable for walking, cycling and canoeing.
Nearby are plenty of recreational opportunities and starting points for day trips available.