The writing studio of of French novelist Alexandre Dumas at Port-Marly, near Paris, named the Château d'If after a setting from his novel, the Count of Monte Cristo. A separate building on the site of the Château de Monte-Cristo.
In the midst of the forests of Normandy, France, the Chateau de Morsan. The chateau was built as a summerhouse, and at one point it served as a hunting lodge. The exterior facade of the house reflected a French Rococo architectural style.