Huge manor house with view over the lake and Alps
16th century country estate converted into a mansion in 1873 and less than two kilometres from the centre of Morges.
Standing on a hill on the edge of a wine-growing area, the property enjoys stunning views over the lake and Alps.
With generous space of more than 4,500m³, period oak parquet, terracotta floor tiles and high ceilings, this mansion exudes historic charm and memories of a glorious past. The majestic plane tree in the south garden is testament to this.
The gardens, bordered by vineyards, change with the seasons. The west garden includes a vegetable garden and several paths lined with flowers. The south garden offers spectacular views over Lake Geneva. The north garden can be arranged as desired.
The house was renovated between 1950 and 1980 and comprises numerous interconnected rooms over two levels, plus an attic. A vaulted cellar serves as a reminder of the estate’s wine-growing heritage.