and its wooded parklands in the province of Liège
In the Liège province in the region of Wallonia.
50 km from Liège.
60 km from Aix-la-Chapelle.
In a town with 8,000 inhabitants.
Near to schools and shops.
|Land/park/garden area :||1 ha 91 a 83 ca|
|Surface :||1125 m²|
|Number of bedrooms :||16|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
This chateau dominates the scenery from the heights of one of the country’s oldest towns. Constructed between 1898 and 1902, it is the work of an avant-garde architect, advocate of eclecticism, a trend very much in fashion in the area around Quiévrain at the time. This house is laid out over three levels and is currently in need of major renovation works. A chance to give all of their splendour back to numerous original decorative features: fireplaces, moulding and wainscoting. Outside, the parklands extend over three hectares. Abounding in rhododendron flowers and the shade from centuries-old, outstanding trees, they are located in a planned communal development area. A poetic and pastoral landscape, which would have inspired the young Apollinaire, during his stay in the town in 1899.
750 000 €
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