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Château du Bois-Rouaud

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Castle Facts:

Location: Chaumes-en-Retz, in the Loire-Atlantique departement of France (Pays de la Loire Region).
Built: 20th century.
Condition: In good condition.
Ownership / Access: Owned by a private company.
ISMH Reference Number: PA44000029.
Notes: Château du Bois-Rouaud is a castle located in the village of Chaumes-en-Retz (delegated Chéméré town), in the department of Loire-Atlantique (France). The history of the Château du Bois-Rouaud is closely linked to the town of Saint Hilaire de Chaléons, close.The origin of the castle dates back to the fifteenth century. Found in one of the few common walls foundations of a feudal fortress. The old site, with platform "trenched" was remodeled once in 1865 (creation of a stud farm, reconstruction of a domain). The castle was rebuilt in 1905 by architect Alfred Coulomb. The gardens are the work of landscape architect Édouard André (1840-1911) (1865), and his son René Edouard André (around 1913). It is remarkable for its roof, inscribed, "evoking an old helmet of a soldier." The walls of the living room are covered with eighteenth century paneling attributed to the father of David d'Angers. Those in the room-to-room paneling repeat the Jockey Club of Paris, dismantled around 1912.

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