Two and a half hours from Paris and one hour from Brussels, this majestic château surrounded by dry moats crossed by little bridges is hidden from view behind a surrounding wall and set in about 14 hectares of grounds in the heart of a state forest. Dating from the mid-18th century and with a remarkable Neo-Classical architectural style and boasting exceptional interior decorative features, it is on five floors with a façade boasting some 223 windows, and featuring a balustrade and a belvedere. The property also comprises extensive outbuildings also dating from the 18th century, as well as courtyards, a gardener’s lodge, entrance pavilions, an old vegetable garden and orchard, and a fountain. The majestic wooded grounds feature a lake and a little canal, and are planted with majestic centennial trees including a remarkable purple beech tree. The forest is crossed by eight wide bridle tracks. The surrounding wall features eight superb wrought-iron gates. More details by request.