in a renovated farmhouse between Liège and Namur
In the Liège province in the region of Wallonia.
30 km from Liège.
60 km from Namur.
|Surface :||142 m²|
|Number of bedrooms :||2|
|Number of bathrooms :||1|
Beguine convents were once small communities of lay religious women who lived self-sufficiently, independently of the great monastic orders. A genuine philosophy of life, founded on solidarity, spirituality and mutual aid, it has inspired the developers of this ambitious housing project in the area around Liège. The hamlet is a superb example of 17th century architecture, built around a castle, a chapel, a keep and the castle’s farmhouse, now renovated as part of this project. A total of nine, mixed, co-owned, accommodation units, spanning between 100 and 270 m², are planned for autonomous, able-bodied people over 50 years old. The first unit available for purchase comprises a 73 m² ground floor, a 69 m² first floor, a 25 m² vaulted cellar and an attic floor. Residents will be able to take advantage of pleasant communal areas, including a large interior courtyard enhanced with an ornamental pool, a permaculture vegetable garden, an orchard, a chapel and a bread oven. A carpark is also planned. This is a wonderful opportunity to find a certain communal way of life in a history-filled setting and natural, unspoilt surroundings.
220 000 €
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