Site Navigation:

French Châteaux homepage

Regions of France

Châteaux of Alsace (169)

Châteaux of Aquitaine (544)

Châteaux of Auvergne (466)

Châteaux of Basse-Normandie (302)

Châteaux of Bourgogne (523)

Châteaux of Bretagne (1142)

Châteaux of Centre (627)

Châteaux of Champagne-Ardenne (172)

Châteaux of Corse (14)

Châteaux of Franche-Comté (189)

Châteaux of Haute-Normandie (220)

Châteaux of Île-de-France (516)

Châteaux of Languedoc-Roussillon (420)

Châteaux of Limousin (206)

Châteaux of Lorraine (315)

Châteaux of Midi-Pyrénées (618)

Châteaux of Nord-Pas-de-Calais (154)

Châteaux of Pays de la Loire (789)

Châteaux of Picardie (280)

Châteaux of Poitou-Charentes (431)

Châteaux of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (289)

Châteaux of Rhône-Alpes (1115)

Chateau Links

Castles/Châteaux In Other Countries

Follow Us On Pinterest:

Malouinière du Bosc

Malouinière du Bosc
Malouinière du Bosc Photo - Pymouss - Wikipedia - lic. under CC BY-SA 3.0

Castle Facts:

Location: Saint-Malo, in the Ille-et-Vilaine departement of France (Bretagne Region).
Built: 17th century.
Condition: Ruined.
Ownership / Access: --
Notes: Malouinière du Bosc castle is located in Bos in Saint-Servan merged with Saint-Malo, is an important malouinière these pleasure residences built by Saint-Malo shipowners.The Malouinière Bosc was built between 1715 and 1718 by an owner of the Magon family of Peter the Iron Saudre and his wife, widow of one of the Magon Chipaudière. This is one of the most important malouinières of the Saint-Malo, the rich mansions privateers and slave owners. Castle Montmarin, another malouinière built 45 years later, in 1760 by Peter Aaron Magon Bosq at that time had the same propriétaire. The two houses were then directly opposite one another on both sides of the estuary.

How To Get To Malouinière du Bosc (Map):

Malouinière du Bosc Links:

Malouinière du Bosc On Wikipedia
Site de la malouinière du Bos
Château du Bos sur Topic Topos

Have You Visited This Château? Please Comment Below:

Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | GDPR