The Château du Martroy, which is listed in the Supplementary Inventory of Historical Monuments, was built in the 18th century on the foundations of a 16th-century estate, and was then extended in the 19th century. It belonged to Viscount Daru, an artillery commander, a descendant of Pierre Daru who, under the First Empire, was Intendant Général of the Grande Armée, a literary man and a member of the Académie Française, Count of the Empire in 1809 and a cousin of Stendhal. In 1829, the Château belonged to Viscount Camus du Martroy. It is now owned by Mr and Mrs de Trémiolle.
As part of the bicentenary, the Seine-et-Marne Department is projecting a light show on the Château, based on a historical account of the relations between Napoleon and his famous servants, Pierre Daru and Armand de Caulaincourt, of whom the current owners are the descendants.