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chateau -- (French)
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  • Or placid chateaux ringed with sullen huts?
  • Yes, office, town-house, and chateau in Picardy.
  • But you can’t see the chateau and town-house (next to the Duke of Sutherland’s).
  • They surveyed the small eccentric bungalows with pergolas, the houses of pebbledash and tapestry brick with sleeping-porches above sun-parlors, and one vast incredible chateau fronting the Lake of the Isles.
  • I used to go to the Art Institute and the Walker Gallery, and tramp clear around Lake Harriet, or hike out to the Gates house and imagine it was a chateau in Italy and I lived in it.

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  • She restored the chateau and turned it into a small hotel.
  • The chateau has a small vineyard.

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