Unveiling the Majestic of a 10-11th Century Château in France's enchanting Loire Valley'.



Furnished: YES
Ownership: Castle
Type: Castle
Rooms: 78
Bedrooms: 9 BR
Bathrooms: 6
Area: 2500M² (26909 sq ft)
Lot Size: 37.06 Acres


Price: €8,600,000
Annual Taxes: €5,500
Jacques Balmet
Real Estate Consultant
Avenida da Liberdade 69, 4ºC, 1250-140 Lisbon


When we talk about this historical Château within an iconic localisation, we cannot help but think of its history and to admire the fact that it surpasses in age many illustrious castles such as those of Versailles, Fontainebleau or Chambord. Nor can we fail to think of the illustrious people who have passed through the castle.

Eudes de Sully built the Château in the 10th century on the foundations of a Roman villa. This huge tower, 7 stories high and visible from any place, was called “the Sully tower”.


Lifestyle of European royalty is available for the future owner of this 10-11th century Château, which used to belong to many generations of the French nobility, among them some of the largest landowners in France, de Nicolaï dynasty.


2 500 m2 living space | 78 rooms | 5 levels | 15 ha english park and forest property Heart of France

Originally built by the Sully family in the 10th century | Transformed in the 16th century | Expanded in Haussmann style in the 19th century | Modern comfort added in 2010.

Exquisite oak parquet floors | 3 staircases | Perfect condition slate roof | Sustainable wood burning central heating system |32 marble fireplaces | 110 m2 front terrace | 250 m2 Сourt of Honour.

Private Chapel | 1 Dining rooms | 1snooker room |Boudoir | Library | Grand salon | Lounge | Office |

2 Kitchens | Wellness room | 9 bedrooms (16 more bedrooms at the upper floor that can potentially be renovated) | 6 bathrooms | 10 extra WC | exterior 2 WC + 2 handicap WC + 2 shower rooms.

The property is listed "remarkable" | English park, exotic trees (300 years on average) including the oldest Gingko Biloba in Europe | Open view | Listed ancient roman path "Allée de la Follie" | 7 fresh water wells.

6 outbuildings | 3400 m2 | Former castle theatre | Refurbished 140 m2 guesthouse | Former horse stables | Caretakers 2-storey house | 2 annexes buildings, former sheep barns.

Suitable for Investment opportunity | Hospitality Investors | International clients looking to invest / relocate in France | Clients looking for properties in renowned wine regions.


This unspoiled region of lush meadows, with Tronçais oak forest is located in the Loire Valley.

The small town of Blet is well connected to major urban centres, like the nearby Bourges and Sancerre, with Paris only 3 hours away by train.

Distances: 250km from Paris, Lyon and Limoges | 150km from Orleans | 30km from Bourges | 40km from Nevers.

The famous car-racing track, Magny-Cours, is only 35 km away.


The château is not far from Sancerre, also bordering Burgundy the home of Romanée-Conti, Pommard and Gevrey-Chambertin.


Bourges, the former french capital, with the magnificent Cathédrale Saint-Etienne, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is only 30 minutes


Richard the Lionheart, stayed within these ancient walls in 1087.

Jeanne d'Arc (possibly), Edward de Woodstock, "the Black Prince", Renaissance writer Jean de Léry.

In the 18th century the castle belonged to Marquis de Nicolaï, the biggest land owner in France.

French President, François Mitterrand, held some of his political meetings at Château de Blet.


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Whispers of Elegance: Stepping into a 10-11th Century French Château

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