This castle was built around 1745 by Joseph-Abel Couture for Ermond Le Prestre de Neubourg, general receiver of finances of the generality of Caen. The castle, of classic style, forms a quadrilateral. The main building is extended by two small wings. A central forward framed by a pilaster effect is dominated by a triangular pediment. The decorations use garlands in high relief for the front door, the window above, the pediment and the bull's-eyes. Fire pots and carved keys are also used. To the south, the main courtyard is surrounded by outbuildings. To the east is a common long. Opposite the castle, on each side of the arrival lane, two other buildings appear from the seventeenth century. The chapel is marked by an Italian pediment, resting on two flat pilasters. Inside, the adjoining rooms are decorated with woodwork and parquet floors at the Versailles. To the west of the farm is the circular flee.
My castle is visitable
Frequency: Every year
This private castle, made of tufa stone and with slate roofs at Mansart, was built around 1745 by Joseph-Abel Couture for Ermond Le Prestre de Neubourg, general receiver of the finances of the Generalitat de Caen.
Possibility to visit the common, the remarkable cooler of the eighteenth century and the dovecote of the seventeenth century.
Open only by appointment:
For individuals: from July 1 to August 10 from 14h to 18h
For groups: from April 1st to September 30th
Normal rate: 10 €