Monthyon estate

Built on the ruins of a 12th century castle, this Louis XIV style property possesses the appearance of a large bourgeois house.

Monthyon estate - Monthyon

Following a succession of refurbishments, the moats have been transformed into water bodies and a double row of French windows allows for a panoramic view of the park.
Today, the Estate is composed of a 500 square meters building from the 12th and 13th centuries, constructed on the ruins of a 12th century castle.
The comedian and actor Jean-Claude Brialy acquired the property in 1960. As an ultimate proof of his affection for Meaux, he left the Estate as a bequest to the city before he passed away ; so the heritage of the site – dedicated to artists and creativity – can live on
Thus, cultural events are regularly organized in the large flower garden of 3ha surrounding the property. Therefore a great opportunity to discover this magnificent domain usually closed to the public.