At the Water’s Edge

At the Water’s Edge

An avenue of graceful plane trees edges the placid canal leading to the entrance of the circa 1630 Château de Courances, a name derived from the French phrase eau courante, meaning “running water.” Though its location is but a stone’s throw from the ever-thrumming activity in Paris, this place exudes serenity from the moment it comes into view.

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