18th century Neo-Gothic Chateau de Falloux in Loire Valley goes on auction

The gem of Neo-Gothic architecture which underwent major renovation in 2018 is up for grabs at ConciergeAuctions. The castle was previously listed for $4,5mn.
This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience.
Here are the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
OK
Located in the heart of Loire Valley the chateau is within a 40-minute drive from Nantes or Angers and a 2-hour drive from Paris.
Chateau de Falloux, Photo credits: ConciergeAuctions
The history of Chateau de Falloux goes back to the 18th century. In the 19th century it was rebuilt and refurbished by Count Alfred de Falloux - who was a minister during the reign of Napoleon III. The latest restoration of 2018 gave the castle a kiss of new life making it a proper luxurious up-to-date residence which at the same time has fully preserved its authenticity. It is also known that the previous owners bought the chateau in 2016 for slightly more than $1mn.
Chateau de Falloux, Photo credits: ConciergeAuctions
The property has 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms. 11 bedrooms were partially restored. The castle's total area is 800m2, while the estate occupies some 10+ hectares. There are stables, carriage houses, garages and domestic accommodations totaling 700m2 and containing 6 luxury apartments that sleep up to 30 people.
The chateau also boasts the largest partially restored private chapel in the region adorned with beautiful painted vaulted ceiling.

Sources: ConciergeAuctions, FrenchDomaines