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Boże Narodzenie w Chateau de Brives - Andreas von Einsiedel (63)

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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
Restrictions applied, contact for permission HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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EN_01341149_0019 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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EN_01341149_0020 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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EN_01341149_0021 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0022 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0023 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0024 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0032 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0033 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0044 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0045 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0046 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0047 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0048 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0049 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0050 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0051 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0052 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0053 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0054 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0055 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0061 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0062 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0063 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
Restrictions applied, contact for permission HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0004 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0005 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0006 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0011 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0012 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0013 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0017 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0018 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0026 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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EN_01341149_0027 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
EN_01341149_0029 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST
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Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
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EN_01341149_0060 AND
Small but beautiful chateau which dates from 1824, lies in the heart of Poitou Charente, close to the town of Cognac.? Built by a wealthy Cognac-making landowner with a passion for architecture, it was bought by the current owners, an English antique-dealing couple. At Christmas the candlelit dining room is a magical setting - antique glass and silver gleaming in the firelight, along with the mirrors and gilded ornaments and?objets.?An impressive ten-foot tall Christmas tree greets guests in the lofty semi-circular entrance hall and George always makes a point of cutting a mistletoe branch from one of the trees in the woods to hang above the doorway. ? Double doors lead into the panelled main salon where French windows open onto the terrace. From the entrance hall, a circular staircase rises to the gracious curved landing hung with decorative floral paintings and prints.? Doors at each corner open into the four principle bedrooms, each their own original dressing room, now converted into bathrooms. A fifth bedroom adjoining the main suite, can also be accessed from the landing. Furnished with an array of decorative pieces, the chateau is a welcoming, unpretentious family home.
HIGH RESOLUTION ON REQUEST

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