From the XII century to the XVI° - XVIII° century
Lasserre is located on a genuine French-style atmosphere of 20 hectares (c. 49.4211 acres) and 15 hectares of farming fields with a 600mts of tree plain access, surrounded by a little lake on the backside of the Cour de la Ménagerie and a 2nd lake is surrounded by an arch from the XVIII century.
… The Chateau de Lasserre is the only castle nearby Toulouse, with such an extent area…
The Castle of Lasserre is one of the few castles in the southwest to possess a façade in a harmonic architectural method, neat and clean respecting the elements from the earlier centuries. It has preserved its north front from the Renaissance and the south front was reconstructed during the XVIII century. This last one spreads over the main courtyard flanked by two pavilions.
On the right side, the outbuildings are located along the stables, the cellar, the ‘Orangerie’, showrooms and an alley that takes you to a 2nd Courtyard, la Cour de la Ménagerie.
The alternation between the brick and stone is the main embellishment of the facade of the castle.
garden: 4 ha | wood: 15 ha | lake: 50m² | vegetable garden and orchard: 5000m²
In the eighteenth century, on the field of Lasserre, wheat, barley, rye, oats and beans were cultivated .. Most precisely, In 1765 the inventories records in the gardens of the castle parcels of growing broad beans, peas, beans, split peas and chickpeas. There are also fruit production with pear, peach, apple, plum and mulberry trees as the Chateau had at the time, two gardens, and several orchards.
Le Chateau: Private and Professional
CHATEAU DE LASSERRE
31380 MONTASTRUC LA C.
Tél. 05 61 48 53 92