Chateau De Malley And Annexe


Perched high above the Burgundian countryside, with its prehistoric rock formations, undulating fields and surrounding forests, at the confluence of the Yonne river and the Canal Nivernais, sits the Chateau. Originally a fortified stronghold and still encircled by its medieval walls, it offers unobstructed views stretching miles around.
Within the fortified walls are five buildings encircling a centre courtyard. The oldest structures, dating from the Middle Ages are the vaulted caves, now converted into spacious suites with monumental fireplaces and filled with period furnishings. Built on top of the medieval caves is an early 19th century residence with terraces on all sides, overlooking the countryside and the village below.
On the other side of the central court are two adjoining 17th century buildings, known as the commons. The ground floors originally housing the stables, with the servants’ quarters above and flanking the back edge of the courtyard on either side, are two pavilions that recently converted into light filled living spaces with full kitchens and bathrooms.
The grounds are landscaped with beautiful gardens on several levels and offer a wide variety of magnificent terraces and outdoor spaces, most with expansive views of the lower lying surroundings. The 18 meter heated swimming pool is strategically located on a jutting promontory to benefit from one of the most panoramic views in the region.
The estate is accessible through two large gates (electronically operated) ensuring  complete tranquility and privacy. A parking area holding up to twenty cars is also within the enclosed walls.

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