ABANDONED $4 MILLION 15th Century Mansion ~ EVERYTHING Left Inside!!!

In today’s episode, we are going to explore the ruins of a castle that is located a few of hours outside of Paris, in the country of France.

This castle was most likely constructed by a French nobleman during the early Renaissance period. At the time, it was one of the largest castles in France, boasting 15 bedrooms, 11 stables, a great dining hall, and a full-time staff of servants and cooks to work for the family. In addition, it was one of the few castles in France that had a great dining hall.

After being owned by a number of different people over the course of its history, it was ultimately declared vacant in 2003, when the family who had been the most recent known residents abruptly moved out and left everything inside when the patriarch of the family passed away.

It has been a mystery for almost two decades as to why they chose to leave all of their stuff locked up within this magnificent building that they had previously called home. So come along with me as I enter this mysterious castle from the 15th century to take a trip through time and investigate what is still present inside.

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