in the province of Namur
In the province of Namur, in the Wallonia region.
40 km from Namur, capital of the region.
70 km from Liège, known as the “Fervent City”.
|Land/park/garden area :||9 ha 88 a 81 ca|
|Surface :||561 m²|
|Number of bedrooms :||9|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
Abounding in bocage countryside and forest, the Upper Lesse region is dotted with chateaux and renowned for its trappist abbey beer. This Norman-style manor house, blending happily in with said landscape, stands a short distance outside of a tourist village. A quality building, it is constructed from half-timbering as well as the emblematic Wallonia brick and topped with an onion-domed roof. The inside comprises some interesting, useable rooms and some notable architectural features such as a vast, main stairway. Its many wide picture windows make it possible to admire the surrounding 9-ha estate, crossed by a peaceful stream that winds its way between woods and meadows. Although resembling a sketch of Calvados, this property is in Wallonia, just a stone’s throw from the French border.
1 300 000 €
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