A chateau to be renovated with over 10 hectares
of grounds, nestled in Belgium’s Hesbaye region
Province de Liège BE


In Belgium’s Liège Province in Wallonia.
20 km from Liège, nicknamed the Fervent City, and its famous St. Bartholomew Collegiate Church and Curtius Museum.
20 km from the city of Huy and its renowned wonders.
50 km from the city of Namur and its citadel between the River Sambre and the River Meuse.


Land/park/garden area : 10 ha 88 a 69 ca
Surface : 1400 m²

Number of bedrooms : 19
Number of bathrooms : 5

Our opinion

This vast estate is tucked away in the beautiful countryside of Belgium’s enchanting Hesbaye region. The city of Liège is only a few minutes from the property. And the charming city of Namur lies just a little further away. The bucolic grounds here cover more than 10 hectares and offer stunning views of the surrounding natural region. The property’s oldest built section dates back to the 17th century. In addition to a chateau, which needs to be renovated, the estate includes an imposing quadrilateral farm complex and a caretaker's lodge. The rooms are spacious and the main building, with its two adjoining towers, is distinctly elegant. The grounds – a delightful patchwork of meadows and woods – are equally remarkable. This splendid estate lends itself to an endless range of projects, whether touristic or equestrian.

Reference 924211

1 300 000 €

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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.

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