Château du Plessis-Bourré is a Château of the
Loire Valley in France, situated in the commune of Écuillé
in the Maine-et-Loire department. Built in less than 5 years from
1468 to 1472 by Finance Minister Jean Bourré, an advisor
to King Louis XI.
It was acquired by Reille-Soult de Dalmatie family in 1911 and
classified as a Monument historique in 1931. It was managed by Bruno
& Antoinette de Ferrieres de Sauvebeuf from 1978 until January
Le Plessis-Bourré until 2009 remained one of the few french
castles inhabited by its owner. With the retirement of Bruno &
Antoinette, Aymeric d'Anthenaise took over helped by Jean-Francois
It is open for visits to the public.