2km from St Rome de Cernon on the N99 road in front of St Affrique Roquefort located 3km, the castle stands quietly on the right and dominates the plain of Laumière.
The origin could date back to the fourteenth century in 1322, possession of Raymond de Vanc from in the field of Viscounts of Creyssels belonging to the house of Armagnac.
The entrance to the castle is under an arch surmounted by machicoulis, which gives access to the front of the park and the building.
The ground floor:
A large hallway distributes its doors on 4 living rooms with chandeliers and wooden floors, lots of mirrors and windows, furniture chinoiserie family. The last room is a pool room with fireplace on his coat of arms Viscount Toulza also reproduced on the windows of the front door.
All living rooms have large windows opening onto the rear of the park.
The left end of the hallway opens onto a 5th lounge-diner said television with fireplace and fully equipped kitchen overlooking the front of the park modern kitchen.
A large laundry room that faced with a staircase said service.
The other end of the hallway gives access to the chapel dedicated and spiral staircase leading upstairs.
6 large bedrooms with 6 bathrooms and 5 private vc serviced by a large hallway.
6 bedrooms with 3 large bathrooms, 2 without bathroom and a bedroom with 3 beds child communicating disguised with a large bedroom door.
2 vc upstairs
4th shared bathroom with 4 showers and 2 sinks, used again for the staff who lived in the attic on the 3rd floor closed for hire.
At the front arborré impressive centuries-old trees overlooking fields to the south and the remains of the old volcano and the park is the valley of the rock and Soulzon Combalou Roquefort.
At the back part of the park is forested and the other is occupied by a maze of clipped box overlooking the Cernon and Larzac.
Ping pong, ball, wheel and 2 bikes.
A barbecue and a fire pit for cool evenings.
Many tables and chairs with seats and chairs allow eating or napping in the shade.
The water castle is provided by the abstraction of a source at 800m upstream and processed and refined in the studio before distributiuon.
Irrigation water is provided by a rear forrage located park.
The workshop includes counters, boiler, arrival and water treatment access is reserved for the owner but the tenant will have an access key if necessary.
The building watchtowers left returning is excluded from leasing and access to garden because of the presence of hives (see aerial photo).
The adjoining farm property is no longer part of the field and remains active with her chickens, cows and sheep.