Sole Agent. Near the Pays de Caux coastline and Fécamp, this exceptional and particularly peaceful chateau is set in majestic grounds planted with centennial trees in an elevated and unspoilt setting. Listed, it boasts a remarkable architectural style thanks to the different periods of its construction from the 11th to 15th and 16th centuries. Asymmetrical yet elegant, it comprises a keep dating from 1105, a main building from the same period, a Louis XI wing dating from 1473, and a Renaissance wing completed in 1550. Offering about 2600 sqm of living space, the ensemble underwent an exceptional and complete by the book renovation between 2005 and 2017, under the supervision of the Architectes des Bâtiments de France. The Renaissance period area is today exceptionally appointed, includes several en suite bedrooms with bathrooms, and features parquet flooring, panelling and bespoke elements. The Louis XI area features magnificent living and reception rooms. With about 800 sqm of annexes and outbuildings offering further living space. The property is set in a total of about 112 hectares including extensive woodland. Unquestionably this is a truly remarkable property, steeped in history and today in a perfect state of maintenance. Further details (100 pages) on request.