Great hall of the 'Great Chateau'.
The Versailles-style parquet was restored in the traditional way with old oak. The pilasters were installed, like 18th century paintings on canvas to line and insulate all the walls.
Another view of the great hall of the 'great chateau'.
Windows with small panes have been replaced by windows with large panes dating from the 19th century. All windows throughout the interior of the chateau have been replaced, as have the window frames).
The large kitchen for the two chateaux, laid out in a large space on the ground floor of the 'Little Chateau'.
This photograph is actually the right-hand side of the kitchen. On the other side of the right-hand block, there is a similar area with a table and chairs. The appliances and furniture are new.
Stone grand staircase of the 'Great Chateau', demolished around 1900 and rebuilt.
In the early 20th century, the owners removed the grand staircase and replaced it with a wooden staircase, only half the width. This allowed them to build a small kitchen on each floor. The hand-wrought iron and brass balustrade.