in the Hesbaye-Liégeoise region
In the Liège province in the region of Wallonia.
30 km from Liège.
40 km from Namur.
|Land registry surface area :||7 ha 37 a|
|Surface :||1100 m²|
|Number of bedrooms :||12|
|Number of bathrooms :||5|
The 18th century saw the Liège province at the height of its power, making the principality one of the richest in Europe. Lords and large landowners around the “Fervent City” built opulent chateaux and fortified farms in order to defend the harvests and assert their power. In the Hesbaye region, just a few kilometres from the river Meuse, this discreet hamlet alone illustrates the era’s splendour. The chateau stands in the midst of 7 hectares of parklands, featuring trees over a hundred years old, orchards and meadows. The interior is elegant and bright, the decor reflecting the style typical of the local area. The property is immaculately kept and has modern day facilities, including a swimming pool. The monumental barn is a reminder of the property’s original farming vocation. Abounding in assets, this property would make an outstanding family home or could be used for a tourist project, especially as it is easily reached via the nearby motorway.
1 500 000 €
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