A lavish French chateau in the North Texas countryside has landed on the Chinese auction circuit hosted by New York-based Concierge Auctions and could sell to the highest bidder.

The 48,000-square-foot mansion, known as Champ d'Or, which translates to "Fields of Gold," is being sold without reserve at an auction on June 28th, which is part of the Chinese portfolio auction hosted by the auction house.

The Denton County estate, which is owned by the Tabani family, has been put on the auction block after the family has enjoyed it for the last five years. At one time, the Tabani family wanted to convert the lavish mansion into a commercial event venue — but other development plans have kept the family busy.