Belgium Sotheby’s International Realty invites you on a journey through time as you explore its selection of castles for sale, nestled in the most beautiful regions of Belgium.

Join us as we explore these magnificent estates, where history seamlessly blends with modern luxury. Whether you seek a serene retreat amidst nature or a sumptuous residence steeped in heritage, Belgium's castles offer an unparalleled experience.

Castle van Velm – Limburg

The Castle van Velm, situated amidst the picturesque Haspengouw landscape, dates back to the 18th century. This classicist-style castle, along with its associated buildings, offers approximately 3,000 m² of living space and is nestled within a unique estate spanning approximately 6.5 hectares, featuring both parkland and woodland.

The property also features a chapel and a serene park garden with ancient trees, ideal for diverse purposes such as a wellness center, training facility, or hotel.

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Castle Baesveld – West-Flanders

Château Baesveld, styled in Flemish neo-Renaissance, graces a 22-hectare estate bordered by park and woodland. Originally reclaimed from heathland in the 19th century by the Van Outryve de Merckem family, it began as a hunting lodge, later expanded into a castle.

The estate’s English-style parklands, orchards, and ponds were established in the late 1800s. Sleeping quarters, some now transformed into apartments, occupy the first floor, preserving the castle’s authentic charm. Its secluded location ensures privacy and discretion.

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Castle Ruddervoorde – West-Flanders

The Castle domain of Ruddervoorde, enveloped by a meticulously landscaped park, sprawling meadows, and serene woodlands across approximately 9.5 hectares, boasts two ancient coach houses. The castle itself underwent reconstruction in a neo-Renaissance style around the turn of the 20th century.

Structurally preserved and partially renovated, the castle retains its original elements, meticulously maintained over the years.

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Castle of Ostemerée – Namur

Château d’Ostemerée, situated on a sprawling 20-hectare estate constructed in the early 1900s, boasts a blend of French and English-style parklands offering breathtaking views of lush valleys, ponds, and woodlands.

Built from local stone, this castle covers approximately 2,300 m². The peaceful setting is home to unique flora and fauna, creating an idyllic retreat.

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Castle Withof – Brasschaat

Strategically positioned near the heart of Brasschaat, Withof Castle sits on an estate spanning approximately 2.88 hectares. Dating back to 1904, the castle boasts a living area of around 1250 m², where authentic charm and elements have been meticulously preserved.

A picturesque driveway leads to the castle, whose landscaped terrace grants entry to the expansive ground floor.

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Castle Zoerselhof – Antwerp

Located in a quiet and green area, this classical castle from the 18th century boasts a living space of approximately 900 m² within the sprawling 15-hectare domain of the ‘Zoerselbos’. The entrance, adorned with a long driveway and French garden, sets the stage for the grandeur within.

Next to the castle is a coach house with a multipurpose room on the ground floor and an apartment on the first floor that can be used as guesthouse.

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