This wonderful, 17th century château is located in Ville-en Sallaz, just twenty minutes from the ski slopes of the Grand Massif and less than half an hour away from Geneva. Having been professionally restored in the year 2000, the property is surrounded by 18,000 square metres of landscaped grounds populated by trees.
Ville-en-Sallaz, located halfway between Annecy, Geneva and Chamonix, sits facing the Môle (1863 metres above sea level) and is close to the southern slopes of Les Brasses (1502 metres). The Green Valley area is easily accessible and Geneva can be reached in approximately twenty minutes.
The estate features a farm, a château and a warden’s house. Measuring 900 square metres, the characteristic and charming, two-storey château features an attic and 15 rooms which ooze historic ambience. This is accentutated by the use of historic decorations and furniture which lay testament to several different eras since the construction of the property, ranging from Baroque to Classical.
Features of this magnificent property include a large 18th century fireplace in the kitchen, original fir and oak wooden floors, exposed wooden beamed ceilings, 19th century panelling and fireplaces, a stunning staircase and the characteristic and perfectly preserved vaults of the old chapel.
The warden’s house contains 4 rooms.
The grounds of the estate, which are entirely enclosed, feature a south-facing swimming pool, a fountain, a winter garden, a terrace and hundred-year-old trees.