Its origins date back to the end of the 12th century. The two corner towers, which flank the main building on its west side, date from this period. The main building was redesigned in the 16th century, probably by Philibert Naturel, lord of La Plaine en Lyonnais, who owned the castle at that time according to Courtepée. The building is pierced with Gothic mullioned and cross bays. The dormer windows are from the 17th century. The left wing houses the outbuildings. The right wing comprises a gallery closed by a wooden balustrade and supported by a single octagonal pier crowned by a capital with plant motifs. The ensemble has a lot of charm and was entirely restored from a state of ruin by the Marquis and the Marquise de Noblet in the 1970s.