The Estate is home to a vast architectural heritage built up over its long history.

In addition to Mivoisin Castle, whose origins lie in the sixteenth century, the property owns manors dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Many cottages and farm buildings are also scattered around the Estate and demonstrate the diversity of its rural architectural heritage.


Most of these buildings have been carefully restored and are now valued as part of the various activities of the Estate. Others are preserved until they are eventually renovated in the context of a new vocation.