in the area around Namur in the Meuse valley
In the province of Namur, in the Wallonia region.
20 km from Namur.
50 km from Liège.
|Land/park/garden area :||4434 m2|
|Surface :||515 m²|
|Number of bedrooms :||8|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
Following the river Meuse is like plunging into Belgian history and the destiny of the old continent, looking for its oldest settlements. In the area around Namur stretching as far as Liège, the age-old river was literally dotted with strongholds as of the Middle-Ages and local farms often reached unheard of proportions. This one is no exception. Of a good size, it is a contemporary of a large, 16th century castle, standing just a few minutes from the centre of a little town in the Wallonia region. The elegant building, constructed in keeping with the traditional U-shaped layout typical of the region, is completely composed of limestone quarry blocks. Its crow stepped gable walls, bordering the roofs, give the entire property a great deal of charm and character. In addition to two completely independent houses, one of which was renovated in 2004, this property includes six old cowsheds, topped with haylofts, which open on to the interior courtyard. The outbuildings feature not only great potential, but also a welcoming, rustic decor. These promising prospects will appeal to old stone enthusiasts and entrepreneurs in search of a rental or tourist project. The surroundings, still with a few astonishing Merovingian ruins, are but waiting to be explored on foot, bicycle or horseback.
530 000 €
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