On the estate are a 17th century castle, listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments, and a 16th century chapel, listed as a Historic Monument. It was transformed in the nineteenth century into a rich baroque monument inspired by the Italian Renaissance.
The park was planted from 1812 to highlight the old feudal mound. It covers 170 ha of which 105 ha are occupied by a golf course.
The castle belongs to the family of Gargan since 1850. One can discover there furniture, tables and unusual objects as well as several documents of archives concerning Lorraine.
Currently, Dominique Charpentier preserves and perpetuates the family tradition by opening this castle to the public for visits, animations but also receptions.
My castle is visitable