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Château d'Art-sur-Meurthe

Château d'Art-sur-Meurthe
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Castle Facts:

Location: Art-sur-Meurthe, in the Meurthe-et-Moselle departement of France (Lorraine Region).
Built: 18th century.
Condition: In good condition.
Ownership / Access: Owned by the town.
Notes: Château d'Art-sur-Meurthe is located in the town of Art-sur-Meurthe, 10 km east of Nancy in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department. The castle was built in the eighteenth century by Christine Sarazin, widow of Count Claude-Joseph Aubertin Juvrecourt, Colonel of the Guards of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, and cousin of the academician Jean François de Saint-Lambert. It then passes Thiry MP from 1805 to 1816. In 1817 it passed to the Lorraine businessman Georges-Timothée Masson, deputy mayor of Nancy and general counsel of the Meurthe. He also owned the castles of Bouges and Guermange and domain Lindre. His son, Antoine Achille Masson (1815-1882) married in 1850 Adelaide Josephine Bachasson Montalivet, second daughter of Adelaide Saint-Germain and the Minister Camille Montalivet Napoleon III that will get the authorization to transfer title to the descendants of his son. Masson family kept it until 1861. Charles Lotz owns from 1862 to 1870. Auguste Ludres and Valentine lived in the castle from 1871 to 1910. The Perrin de Brichambaut family was then owner of the castle from 1911 to 1935, then it passed to the Marianists in 1936. Restored and maintained by the town, it is surrounded by an open access park with a small pond and a forgotten vegetable garden. The castle is a site of entertainment through the town, rentals, cultural events ... that can visit at the same time, because its interiors are well supplied with wood paneling and various fireplaces. The place is also suitable for weddings and receptions and cocktails.

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