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Château La Chassagne

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Representative Domain

Hunting lodge and mansion from the 19th century in a panoramic position with direct motorway access.

Equipped Annexes

Castle chapel, cooperage, stables, garages, bungalow, fitness center and much more ...

Land & Ground

400,000 m2 of land with arboretum and natural forest, hiking trails and Golf-Driving-Range.

In the heart of Europe

Burgundy is world famous for its historic culture, famous wines and fine gastronomy.

General Facts

Château La Chassagne : Overview

A magnificent old hunting lodge and beautiful manor house situated at the gates of Burgundy’s capital Dijon, on a panoramic hill above the Ouche valley.

After a complete renovation, the chateau is now a luxurious residence and registered office of a cruise company. The superb estate, dating from the previous century, is a unique opportunity for lovers of fine objects.

Details       Object-Analysis  

F-21410 Pont de Pany / Dijon (France) Location
40,3 Hectare
(403.671 m2)
Ground Surfaces
~1000 m2
Main Building
Living Space
~500 m2
Annexes
Living and Usable Areas
Particularities

Annexes & Installations

Exemplary Vineyard

Chapel

Cooperage

Fitness Center

Garages

Bungalow

Golf-Driving-Range

Tenniscourt

Stables

Game Reserve

 

The four adjacent buildings have all been constructed of solid material and tiled roof with wooden beams, remaining in harmony with the chateau. Apart from the partially cellared apartment house and fitness villa, the other buildings have no cellars.

Drainage systems are in place and functional. Flood lighting around the car park, the driveway etc. is installed. The access routes and paths are designed generously and covered in gravel. Outdoor giant chess set. The Gateway is made of metal and wood with lateral enclosing parts. The parking and the open areas around the buildings are covered with gravel. The park and arboretum with its old trees are well kept and consist of a mixture of conifer and broad leaf as well as, of course, a mixture of saplings.

The outdoor facilities have been designed by Edouard André (1840–1911), the famous master in horticulture, who is also known for his works all over Europe and especially in Paris with Gustave Eiffel.