A Mansion Fit for a Musketeer

A French chateau once owned by Isaac de Porthau.

Ever wanted to live like one of the Three Musketeers? A 16th-century French chateau that once belonged to Louis XIII’s musketeer, Isaac de Porthau—who inspired the character Porthos in Alexandre Dumas’ classic novels—has been listed at $950,000. Set in the foothills of the Pyrenees mountains, the completely renovated six-bedroom estate has a game room and a wine cellar and is set on 2 acres of land—which is plenty of room for swordplay.