in the Hesbaye-Liégeoise region
In the Liège province in the region of Wallonia.
30 km from Liège, known as the “Fervent City”.
40 km from Namur.
|Land/park/garden area :||5 ha 4 a 4 ca|
|Surface :||1280 m²|
|Number of bedrooms :||11|
|Number of bathrooms :||4|
The Hesbaye-Liégeoise region and its immense stretches of fertile land, beyond the Sillon-Sambre-Meuse, has inherited the nickname of Belgium’s “cereal granary”. A pastoral, peaceful landscape which still includes some of the country’s largest farms. Some, like this fortified property in the area around Liège, have grown to an admirable size over the centuries. On a 5-ha estate on the outskirts of a little rural market town, with shops, this building dates from the 18th century, although some sections date back to the previous century. A large property, it further comprises a chateau and a chapel. The building, exuding an impressive air, is laid out in a square around a central courtyard which makes it possible to access the stately home and its farm buildings. An astonishing round, brick tower stands near to the entrance so as to defend its access. The period interiors have been beautifully renovated and a good number of decorative features are in an outstanding state of preservation. The living rooms have the advantage of a wonderful luminosity, made possible by the many openings aligning the facade. Residents can therefore look out over the parklands and the gardens extending below the walls and maybe dream of a family way of life in the open air or imagine a luxury hotel project, catering for those seeking to stop time whilst taking a few days holiday.
2 300 000 €
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