It consists of a rectangular building flanked by a large round tower, two square towers and a three-sided staircase turret. The southwest tower has retained some of the crows.
The southern facade of the castle, punctuated by rectangular towers topped with tiles, has an austere appearance with brown stones.
The main body of the building remains almost intact. Its front door still includes today, above the lintel , the arms of the Brosse family (three “brushes”) carved in stone.
Nowadays, visitors have access to the Guards’ Room and George Sand’s bedroom, and can enjoy seeing the furniture, wooden panelling and old tapestries. It has a superb collection of antique furniture, tapestries, art and artefacts. The chateau gardens are also very beautiful.
The estate was bought in 1965 by Mr. and Mrs. Blondeau who restore and furnish it. Mr. Blondeau was also interested in Aubusson tapestry and bought the Saint-Jean factory in Aubusson .
The castle has a very interesting display of Aubusson tapestries dating from the 17th century to the present day. In the first exhibition rooms are particularly exposed tapestries of 20th century Jean Lurcat , Jean Picart Le Doux and Dom Robert .