Recently restored under the auspices of the Heritage Foundation, the Domaine de Mauvoisin, less than an hour from Paris, has a landscaped garden "coup de coeur". It is in a privileged setting (courtyard of 6000 m2) that this complete and modular architectural ensemble can accommodate all the private and professional events: a large room: the Grange Mauvoisin combining tradition and design, a large and comfortable house. 'Hosts of 7 rooms, a park of 6 hectares in the heart of the countryside, an equestrian ensemble allowing all kinds of distractions and animations around the horse.
In the early feudal times, when the village is under the domination of the Mauvoisin family, the estate is part of the outbuildings of the castle, now disappeared, and serves as a seigniorial prison. The dungeons are filled in the twentieth century. Raoul de Mauvoisin, lord of Lommoye and owner of the place, gives a part of his domain to the abbey of Coulombs and the rest to the abbey of Saint-Évroult.
The fortified aspect of the whole explains its very good state of preservation sheltered from the destruction associated with the various invasions of which the plateau of Lommoye was the object.
Located in the heart of the village of Lommoye on an area of 6 ha, the buildings of Mauvoisin are part of a courtyard of 5.600 m2 in the middle of which stands the tower of the eighteenth and the pond.
The state of preservation of the buildings make the Domaine de Mauvoisin a remarkable ensemble,
which in 2009 sparked the interest of the Heritage Foundation, partner of the work carried out.