In the shade of the forest of Orléans, this secretive château of classic architectural shape was home to Général Patton in his time. Facing the 18th century main courtyard, a long French flower bed stretches out, giving way to magnificent grounds with rows of large-leaved lime trees.
The harmonious façade of the château can be discovered at the opening of Allée Madame, a long, paved avenue which leads to the forest road to Gidy. On the south side at the foot of the main courtyard flanked by Tuscan columns, a French, grass bed brightened with vases and statues belonging to the last queen of Portugal, stretches out. At the far end, a magnificent, purple beech tree stands majestically.
- Parcs et Jardins en région Centre
ÉQUIPEMENTS / CONFORTS / SERVICES
- Picnic area
- Park and garden
- Historical sites and monuments