BRIEF HISTORY OF CHÂTEAU D'AUTEUIL
The original castle of Auteuil, destroyed at the end of the sixteenth century, was abandoned by its owner in favor of another smaller neighboring castle, but rehabilitated and fortified at the end of the sixteenth century and presumably completed in the seventeenth century, located on the territory of Berneuil-en-Bray and baptized Château d'Auteuil. From this new castle, there remains the imposing platform (with its old device in flint and chaining brick) surrounded by moats, as well as traces of the foundations of the old castle destroyed. The castle of Auteuil was rebuilt "almost entirely" in 1858, almost identical and on the old bases of the primitive building.
It takes again the classic apparatus of the castles of the XVIIe century in brick and stone.