Chateau de Mouton (Belgium)

Abandoned castle in a nice, peaceful and idyllic environment, surrounded by trees and sheep.

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8 responses to “Chateau de Mouton (Belgium)”

  1. Laura says :

    I never find something like this here in Ontario. As much as I love the old farmhouses with their falling gingerbread and broken bricks, a castle would be extra special to come upon.

  2. Pascal says :

    Hello,

    I’m very intresting in this castle
    Can you please give me the adressess of
    the castle.

    Thank u

  3. artvisuelle says :

    captivating

  4. Jon says :

    I think it is perfect and if I had enough funds to play around with, I would definitely restore this lovely mansion.

    It just needs a huge load of construction and some love!!

  5. KC says :

    I think it is pretty from the outside but that is one big mess you would have to clean up.

  6. Anonymous says :

    It looks beautiful just the way it is now,
    can I have the address please.
    I would like to capture the moment of now…

  7. Prescott Czygan says :

    How much to buy it? I’d like to fix it up and live in it.

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