A 19th century chateau and its 3-ha, wooded estate
in the area around Charleroi
Province de Hainaut BE

Location

In the Hainaut province in the region of Wallonia.
20 km from Charleroi.
20 km from Mons.

Description

Land/park/garden area : 2 ha 90 a 35 ca
Surface : 977 m²


Number of bedrooms : 10
Number of bathrooms : 4




Our opinion

This property, around a bend in a discreet country lane, nestles in a wood in the Hainaut province, just a few kilometres from the French border. An elegant, neo-classical style chateau, it is laid out around a wide horseshoe-shaped courtyard. At the beginning of the 19th century, it was originally home to the Counts of Corswarem, one of the country’s oldest lineages. This sober main building, well-endowed with openings, is connected to its outbuildings, including the stables, via angled wings. It is flanked by two square towers, with pyramid roofs, that give the rear facade an even more impressive appearance. Inside, successive owners have blended the period decoration with more contemporary additions, without ever altering the very special atmosphere of these premises. A state hall, a library with a mezzanine, and a monumental bathroom are worthy of note, as is a delightful little lounge with its bow window, which looks out over the wooded parklands behind the building. This property extends over a total surface area of 1,500 m² and the rooms are filled with potential especially as the urban area of Charleroi is but 20 km away.

Reference 785662

1 900 000 €

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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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