Located in a rural setting near Montargis, Fontainebleau and Orléans (just 110 km from Paris via the A6 and A77, or one hour from Paris Bercy by train), the oldest sections of this property were constructed in the 17th century, when the château was built on the remains of a tower that dates back to the year 800. It offers a total of 900 m² of living area, including beautiful spacious reception volumes (two large lounges, a billiards room) with sumptuous fireplaces, in addition to 14 bedrooms and suites (each with their own individual bathrooms). The property also presents 1,000 m² of floor space spread across several outbuildings, including a furnished gite, a reception room, an orangery and a separate farmhouse on the edge of the estate. The private grounds, bordered by a river and stretching over 11 hectares, feature bicentennial trees, a tennis court, a heated outdoor swimming pool, a pool house and a helipad. An exceptional setting presenting endless potential.