CHATEAU classified M.H. Built in 1636 in honor of the Duchess of Montpensier, granddaughter of King Henry IV and Queen Mary of Medicis, its foundation dates back to 1636. It then became the hunting rendezvous of the Eu Accounts. It is in Normandy, 150 km from Paris, that this estate stands on a park of 8 hectares; a multitude of hundred-year-old trees, incredible flora and fauna, scents by the hundreds, grandiose landscapes, total tranquillity. Bordered by the river "the Bresle", you will have the privilege of being on your own island. The entire privatized shoreline will offer you a miraculous fishery of more than 2500 trout and salmon per year. The estate consists of a castle, a mill and outbuilding. The sumptuous 17th century 500 m2 castle has its source in what the 17th century has the most prestigious. The old stables, now guest rooms, are "complete". A project to build a swimming pool is underway, to the delight of all. The most remarkable is its 12th century mill; it is a true work of art that has become over time an essential attraction of the region. Work to be planned. Many possibilities, private or economic. An enchanting place filled with charm and character. A field full of promise. RARE TO SELL!