Inside the Renovation of an 18th-Century French Château

Built in the mid 1700's, Chateau de Gudanes still stands proudly in the south of France in the small village of Chateau-Verdun.

The Class 1 Historic Monument was designed by Parisian architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, famous for his neoclassical, architectural symmetry, including the Le Petit Trianon and Place de la Concorde. 

In 2013 it was purchased by an Australian family who have taken on the responsibility to awaken this sleeping beauty after years of neglect. 

Karina and Craig say their “aim is to tread lightly and gently – to preserve the atmosphere and authenticity of the Château and region as much as possible”.