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Condroz I Castle and Dependencies

The castle of Haltinne, built in 1635, is located in the beautiful landscape of the Condroz, near Namur. The castle has kept its authentic forms and volumes. The 250 Ha estate consists of a park of ± 57 ha, ± 70 ha of forest, ± 20 ha of meadows et ± 100 ha of fields with 5 ponds, as well as a farm with its forge and 8 houses.

The impressive wrought iron gate, donated by the Royal House, provides access to the 17th century moated castle and its drawbridge. The castle is unique thanks to its intact state, its preserved structure and its roofs and truss frames which are in excellent condition. It offers 40 rooms of which sixteen bedrooms and eight bathrooms. An original greenhouse is the centerpiece of the vegetable garden which is part of the castle garden with tennis-court.

Other: hunting domain, possibility for horse breeding or forestry activity in combination with agriculture.

The shares of a company holding full ownership of the entire property described below are hereby offered for sale.

For more information, please contact Dirk Hoebrechts on +32 (0) 475 23 23 96.

Specifications

Price: more than € 10.000.000
Reference: 3579597
Surface area (±): 3.000 m²
Land (±): 2.500.000 m²
Rooms: 16
Bathrooms: 8
Garages : Yes
Parkings out. : Yes

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Proposed by

D. Hoebrechts

M +32 475 232 396
dh@sothebysrealty.be

Antwerp Office

T +32 3 647 30 72
antwerp@sothebysrealty.be

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