Built in Pécy, in Seine-et-Marne, the Castle of Beaulieu is the property of the family of Beaulieu, which is the thirteenth century, one of the most important Brie. She is the owner until 1372. In 1480, John I. Drac is lord of Beaulieu. Several members of this family have their tombstone in the church Pécy. Partially destroyed by fire in 1611, the castle was rebuilt. Many changes have also occurred in the eighteenth century. The current facade courtyard is composed of four towers pepper, two corners, and two smaller flanking the entrance. Frames berries, alternating brick and sandstone blocks punctuate the façade. The stern castle is surrounded by a moat.