The castle of Brantigny was built by François Des Réaulx around 1740. The main building, of classic design, with its long facade and its two side pavilions, is surmounted by a limestone pediment carved with the arms of this family. She kept it until the end of the 19th century, allowing it to cross history without too much trouble.
The property covers 29 ha in one piece consisting of meadows, fields, woods and alleys and an English park.
Sold then rented, occupied by the Germans during the Second World War and almost abandoned afterwards, he found his stability with the Prod'homme-Collignon family, which brought him back to life in 1950.
It is in the continuity and respect of this historical heritage that the second generation works today to safeguard this enchanting place and welcomes you to their family home.
My castle is visitable