An historical and family heritage
Built in the XIXth century, the castle Saint Denis is the work of Jean Burguet, famous architect of Bordeaux. Thanks to the passion of its owners and their ancestors, the estate has gone through the ages while preserving charm, generosity and prestige.
A preserved site that includes:
- the castle, an atypical building with an elegant white facade, covered by an attic roof and framed by two two-level pavilions
- the body of U-shaped commons, including an Orangery and a collection of carriages
- a landscaped park of 8 hectares classified in the inventory of Historic Monuments with rich millennial species.
350 years of history
The domain of Saint Denis belongs to the family de Bastard, native of the county Nantais, who settled from the XVth century in Gascony, near Fleurance. The Segneurie of Saint Denis was acquired by Dominique de Bastard in 1667.
Inherited from the past, the castle is a witness to the history of a territory but also to a family that has always been very involved in local life through legal responsibilities (Parliament of Toulouse - XVII and XVIII centuries ), political (deputy, mayors) and administrative (Grand Master of Water and Forests over four generations).