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hen it comes to the refurbishing of a historic house, there is as much to love as there is to adapt. Located within the Île-de-France region in France, this château was formerly decorated with objets d’art and antique furniture; pieces that no longer fit the needs of its current homeowners. Some parts of the property had also fallen into disrepair, including the kitchen and several bathrooms, which had to be completely redesigned and modernised.

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