Cinderella's Château is where Cinderella, her deceased father, her dog Bruno, and her horse Major and her deceased mother once lived before her father married Lady Tremaine (who had two daughters named Anastasia and Drizella), until he passed away. Although it was, once upon a time, a grand and stately building, the narrator revealed that it had "fallen into disrepair", for Cinderella's cruel and spiteful stepmother neglected to care for it, preferring to squander the family fortune she inherited from her late husband on her daughters.
In Cinderella, the story mostly takes place inside the château. It depicts Cinderella's daily life with her helpful animal friends and her abusive stepfamily after her father's passing. It shows her doing the chores of the house and how she's maltreated by her stepmother, her stepsisters, and Lucifer, the mischievous cat. The once grand home has fallen into disrepair in the years following the death of Cinderella's father.
The only appearance of the château is at the last segment, An Uncommon Romance, where Anastasia falls in love with a baker, whom her mother forbids her to be with because he's not of a high social status. Cinderella forgives Anastasia for all of the mean things she had done to her in the past, and Cinderella and her animal friends do everything they can to help Anastasia and the baker get together.
The château makes its last appearance in Cinderella III: A Twist in Time. At the beginning of the movie, it's shown that Cinderella's stepfamily is now stuck doing all the chores that they had forced Cinderella to do in the past. But now that Cinderella's a princess and living at the castle with her husband and father-in-law, she can't do any of the chores for them anymore. The château had also lost its upkeep since Cinderella left. It's also the place where Lady Tremaine took possession of the magic wand of the Fairy Godmother and how she turned back in time to change Cinderella's happily ever after.
When Lady Tremaine turned back time, the grim condition of the château went back to being nice and clean for Cinderella was still living there at that time period. The Tremaines leave the chateau and move into the castle and Cinderella follows them there. When Cinderella becomes the princess again and Anastasia moves into the castle with her, Prince Charming and the King, Lady Tremaine, and Drizella are given their ultimate comeuppance by being forced to work as maids at the castle. The château's fate is never indicated.
Places of Interest
Hall: The Hall is accessed upon entering in the château. It is extremely luxurious and magnificent and it has a two windows that overlook the gardens. It is a very elegant room, and the ceiling has a huge and majestic chandelier. Cinderella cleans the floor while singing: Sing, Sweet Nightingale. The Hall has a door that leads to the Kitchen with an imposing staircase that takes to the corridor and their respective rooms.
Living Room: Is a large room which is accessed by The Hall by an archway. It has a large purple rug, a piano, and many other elegant things. It is in this room that Anastasia and Drizella experiment with the Glass Slipper. This Living Room also has an elegant fireplace with a luxurious mirror above.
Kitchen: The Kitchen is a rustic-style kitchen that is accessed through a door in the Hall. The kitchen has a large brick-cooker, a simple table with seats, and some cabinets. The kitchen has a simple port that leads to the corral. The Kitchen also has three small bells connected to the three respective bedrooms that Lady Tremaine and her daughters use to call Cinderella, kind of like an early form of the PA system.
Corral: Is a corral where the chickens and horses live, including Major. The Corral is surrounded by a wall with an elegant gate leading to the Gardens. The Corral also has a pit.
Garden: The garden is in touch with nature and has a large willow and an elegant fountain with a stone bench. It also has a gate that takes to the Corral.
Clothing Room: A room full of clothes. Like the rest of the Château, it is very luxurious. This is where Jac and Gus seek tissues and beads to remake Cinderella Mother's Dress.
Corridor: The corridor is accessed by climbing the stairs. It has three elegant doors that leads to the Bedrooms. The Corridor also has a purple rug. At the beginning of it, there is a door that leads to the Tower. It has a luxurious and magnificent window. Down the corridor, is the location the Music Room.
Bedrooms: The Three Bedrooms are accessed by three elegant doors in the corridor. The first door is Drizella's room. The predominant color is green. It is very luxurious. This is where Drizella sleeps. The second door is Anastasia's room. The predominant color is pink. This is where Anastasia sleeps. Anastasia's room also has a small balcony. The last and the third door is Lady Tremaine's room. The predominant color is purple. This is where Lady Tremaine and Lucifer sleep. Each bedroom has a line connected to the Kitchen with three small bells that the Tremaines use to call Cinderella, kind of like an early form of the PA system.
Music Room: Is a circular room where Lady Tremaine and her daughters practice music. Like the rest of the Château, it is very luxurious with a larger circular window.
Tower: The Tower is accessed by the first door in the corridor. It has a huge number of wooden stairs. At the top, in the end, it has a room where the Cinderella's Bedroom is located through a wooden door. The Tower has small windows in its wall.
Cinderella's Bedroom: Is the main room of the Tower where Cinderella sleeps. It is not too small and has space where she bathes. From there, one can see the entire kingdom. It has a simple bed made of straw. It also has a luxurious broken mirror.
Tower's Room: Is another tower connected with the main tower. Is accessed by a door in the Cinderella's Bedroom. It is small and it is not known what is on the inside.