The main facade is around thirty metres in length and looks over an esplanade decorated with hundred-year-old pines. You can see Tressan, a nearby village, from there. In the West corner of the esplanade is the garage which can take two cars (unlocked garage).
The swimming pool
The swimming pool is situated at the southwest end of the facade; it is separated from the esplanade by a Cyprus hedge and a lockable metal enclosure. The 6x12m swimming pool goes from 1m20 to 1m90 in depth. From the swimming pool you can see the belltower of the village church. Deckchairs, table and garden chairs are all available.
The inner courtyard
In the Southeast corner of the chateau is an inner courtyard measuring around 200 m2. It is sheltered by an enormous fig tree which shades it. There is a stone barbecue with a large table and wooden and garden chairs. The courtyard is particularly pleasant in summer because it is near the kitchen and the reception hall and has the cool shelter of the fig tree.
All the deckchairs, the chairs and the necessary garden tables are supplied for the inner courtyard as for the swimming pool. There is also wood for the barbeque.
We can usually park four cars at the end of the esplanade: two in the garage and two others opposite against the railing of the swimming pool. This arrangement does not mar the view of the facade. The maintenance of the lawn is carried out approximately every 10 days, more often if necessary. The maintenance of the swimming pool is carried out every evening.