Château Neznašov

The Empire château Neznašov was rebuilt from the fortress in 1800 by Prosper Berchtold of Uherčice. The château is a two-storey single-wing building surrounded with a park of the area of 2 hectares. The granary formerly used as a garner also belongs to the château. The château is located in the village Všemyslice, approximately 3 kilometres West of Týn nad Vltavou, above the confluence of the river Lužnice and Vltava. The village is located in South Bohemian region, approximately 120 kilometres from Prague.

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District: České Budějovice
Distance from Prague: 120 km

Château description

The château Neznašov is situated on the Southwest end of almost rectangular village square that was gradually formed as the time went by on one part of the ornamental garden in the château park. The château park is formed by approximately 400 deciduous trees(average tree age is 80 years). Its area is 22 527 square metres.
It is constructed as a two-storey château with a foursided disposition that encloses a rectangular yard.

Château disposition

  • Basement – underground floor: 47,88 square metres unused cellar.
  • Ground floor: 869,11 square metres, separate rooms are situated along the circumference of the building and there is a corridor inside the building that lines these rooms.
  • First floor: 865,35 square metres , the rooms including the château chaple.
  • The building under a preservation order.
  • Two-storey brick building partially with a cellar and inside yard.
  • The built area of 970 square metres.

A farming building and a granary formerly used as a garner also belong to the château. The roof construction and the roofing are after reconstruction. The built area of the granary is 346 square metres.
The complete château compound is under a preservation order, especially the château chaple. The outside fencing around the compound and the park is constituted by a brick wall. The central building incorporates the fencing, the wells, outdoor adjustments – water service pipe, sewer hook-up, electricity connection, paved surfaces ,a septic tank, outdoor lights, a water meter pit, an underground concrete shelter (16 x 16 metres).

In 1919 his only daughter Juliana took over the farm after her deceased father Otakar Berchtold. The château compound incorporated also the opposite standing farming yard, yet the ownerJuliana Schnobling and her daughter Helena willingly gave it up on 15th January 1948. After 1948 the château served as a storeroom of military gear.

Prepared grants

In frames of the compound renovation negotiations have been initiated with the National Heritage board and in 2017 the owner applied for the listing of the monument on the emergency program of the Ministery of culture of the Czech republic. Dotations can be used from the program for the renovation of the National heritage of the Ministery of culture of the Czech republic. The preparation for the update of dendrological exploration was started for a possible application for a grant for the preservation of protected greenery in the château park from the program AOPK.

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