Park or garden,
Lake or swamp
Location Condition Type
A book listing the older properties in the region indicates thatthe Oak was a place called, comprising the Logis and its dependencies, whose name came from a remarkable tree has now disappeared. Oak was part of the eighteenth century the fief and seigniory Pontbreton and belonged to a rich merchant of Angoulême. Later Le Chêne, now called The Chaigne became a field producer Cognac brandy owned by large families region. This very old farm has long been sought by the best distillers for finesse and distinction of its production as it is located on the best outcrops of Grande Champagne. Gardens of Chaigne and his house are always fully lined with vineyards, the latter being now owned by prestigious brands of cognac. (See website).
Traditionnal regional architecture,