Château de Trévaly
Location: La Turballe, in the Loire-Atlantique departement of France (Pays de la Loire Region).
Built: 13th century.
Condition: In good condition.
Ownership / Access: Private property.
Notes: Château de Trévaly is a mansion located in the municipality of La Turballe, in the French department of Loire-Atlantique. Castle Trévaly is built on the edge of the salt marshes of La Turballe, at the foot of the hill of Trescalan. In the thirteenth century, the area is a lordship with right of low justice and average justice depends on the barony of Campzillon. Jean Muzillac, Lord of Trévaly, saw its assets seized as a result of a lawsuit filed in 1487 by Duke Francis II of Brittany for treason to the Breton cause (Treaty of Montargis). The field then includes a timber, a dovecote, a pond, a chapel, a windmill, a vineyard called Clos de Trévaly. The mansion undergoes transformations during the seventeenth century. At the French Revolution, it is confiscated and sold "nationally" two people Croisic. In 1922 he was sold to the owner of the castle Bréhet. It undertook major restoration and is adding on the front west portal arcade taken in 1926 on the Kersalio mansion Guérande.
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