The house has been professionally restored to preserve its original charm. Notable features include the chestnut carved internal doors, original wood and marble fireplaces, wood panelling, original chestnut staircase, wide board flooring, the original Chauffe-Plats and the full height period windows which allow the rooms to be beautifully lit.
High pillars and large wrought iron gates mark the entrance to the property and lead up the tree-lined gravel driveway to a second set of wrought iron gates, which enclose the formal gardens. The driveway sweeps to the right of the château and arrives at the rear, where there is a large parking area in front of the barns. The grounds have been beautifully landscaped and the south-facing dining terrace has panoramic views of the Pyrenees.
The estate includes the château, the former barn and stables (252m2), an orchard and 3.4 hectares of land and is situated on the edge of a pretty village in the beautiful undulating countryside, just 30 minutes north west of the historical city of Pau. Both the ski slopes of the Pyrenees and the Atlantic coast, around Biarritz, can be reached in 75 minutes. Pau airport 20 minutes; Biarritz airport 75 minutes and Bordeaux and Toulouse airports are just over a two hours drive away.