This abandoned chateau in France was built during the 19th century in a Louis XIII style and for some reason was rebuilt in the 1920's.
The entrance hall is extremely grand with a marble staircase and a large oval gallery on the landing. These are all finished with wrought iron balustrades with worked in bronze.
It seems it has been sometime since it was an actual residence and has seen a number of uses. I believe its last use was as an events venue for weddings etc.
The chateau is in great condition and doesn't seem to of been abandoned too long. Hopefully it gets put to good use again soon.
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