The farm was built in 1795-1799. It has later been added on several buildings, however, the farm has in later years been split into smaller pieces. It was originally a very big farm, it had its own bakery and a servants’ quarter, but has been reduced to 107 HA including an old tenancy cottage, 4 barns and several smaller buildings that were used for pigs and hens.
The farm also produces BIO maize, cereal and hay, most of this is used for feeding the animals.
The house and nearby surrounding buildings are enclosed within a thick and high stone wall that hides the details of this fascinating building.
Today the farm is producing 60 to 65 or more BIO Limousin calves per annum. Most of this is sold to France and Spain for meat. For more information about Limousin cattle :
The farm house is approx 570m2, it has 6 bedrooms and 2,5 bathrooms, a diningroom, 3 livingrooms, kitchen and a library. 3 of the bedrooms are for guests.