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I know we have a native québécois chiming in, but I personally would interpret it differently. I believe – and I’m no native speaker but I have lived in France – bien is used in french like well is used by the British. So it’s a chateau bien beau which means it’s a well pretty mansion. It works if you put on one of those scummy British accents. He was well fit innit.
As an aside I think the stonework is atrocious on this chateau I wouldn’t pay a quarter of a million for it. Too much work, tacky stonework, not in fact that huge. Meh.