This 18th-century square farmstead is the former courtyard of the now-defunct Guldenberg Abbey. The abbey was built between 1242 and 1261 near the river Lys. After a turbulent history of ups and downs, looting and wealth, the monastery was dissolved with the French Revolution in 1797, sold and systematically destroyed for the sake of building materials. Only the courtyard with its 17th-century dovecote and gatehouse remain as witnesses of this period.
The historical estate with an area of 13,088 m² offers enormous potential as a renovation project. The magnificent driveway, the monumental West Gate, the unique location on the banks of the Lys create a unique setting for an exceptional residential project. Moreover, the project is sold with an enforceable permit to convert the site into a multi-family project with some 13 residential units.
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