In 1861, the Marquis de Vallombrosa acquired the Château des Tours, built in 1852, and transformed it into an exceptional residence to welcome his many distinguished guests, including Queen Victoria, Charles Gounod, the Duke and Duchess of Luynes and the Count of Paris. He built two additional wings, a chapel and enlarged the park, adding a wide variety of plant species and even a small zoo, to the delight of his visitors.
In 1893, the property became a hotel until 1937, when it became the Parc Vallombrosa residence.
Today, you'll have the chance to live in this historic, listed building thanks to this renovated apartment, where all the period features have been preserved and restored to their original condition.
You'll be seduced by the size of the rooms and the high ceilings typical of apartments from this period.
It comprises an entrance hall opening onto a vast double living room with a small sea view and a kitchen/dining room area, a long corridor with period woodwork leading to the 4 bedrooms, two of which have their own bathroom, a large storage area and a laundry room.
An outside parking space and the possibility of renting a garage from the co-ownership complete this exceptional property.
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: georisques.gouv.fr