Château de Saint-Hubert (Chavenon)
The building was in origin a hunting lodge in the Bois de Sceauve belonging to the nearby Château de Laly in Le Montet. It was completely rebuilt as a full-scale château in the 19th century by the then owner, M. Pierre Camus (1845-1905), who also commissioned the landscape gardener François-Marie Treyve to create the surrounding park.
The building has been used since 2006 as a Russian Orthodox monastery.
- Summed up and translated from the equivalent article at French Wikipédia, 31 October 2007
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