The historic castle that called Chateau de Castille is on the market for €8,9 million($9.6 million) according to the Sotheby’s International Realty listing.
Chateau de Castille located in Provence in Southern France, close to the picturesque medieval town of Uzès and this highly important historic château dates back to the thirteenth century.
The former property of the Baron de Castille was acquired in 1950 by legendary British art-historian and collector, Douglas Cooper, owner of one of the most important 20th century art collections and close friend of some of world’s most renowned modern artists such as Braque, Léger, Klee, de Staël and Pablo Picasso.
Château de Castille offers approx. 560 sq.m. of living space, including two drawing rooms, two dining rooms, several kitchens, 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. The charming interior has been decorated by noted American interior designer Dick Dumas. Dumas lived and worked in France for several decades and is especially known for his work on several notable Provençal properties.
The grounds encompass 2 hectares and feature an enchanting historic park with a tree-lined drive leading to the château, a formal knot garden, a central water feature as well as several historic garden ornaments, outbuildings and a staff house.