Maison Heinen (Luxembourg)

Abandoned large farm house in a quaint village in the outskirts of the city of Luxembourg. The stucco detailing and fine craftsmanship of the wall and ceiling decorations give the villa a sophisticated feel. On the first floor, newspapers and calendars dating back to the 1930s adorn the untouched bedroom, which features not only religious statues, but also the obligatory bedroom-wall-cross.

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9 responses to “Maison Heinen (Luxembourg)”

  1. t0nantzin says :

    Wooow where is this place?

  2. Zuttamo says :

    Hi Rox, just a little question concerning the possibility to visit the maison Heinen…is it still possible to enter in the house? I have seen that the 2 barns left and right of the house have been razed to the ground and I thought ther was no more access to the house!! Thx for the answer! Zuttamo

  3. James mcgrath says :

    Wow! If this was in UK EVERYTHING would be stripped.

    Whats current status ?

  4. Dieter Heinen says :

    Good Morning ,These pics are awesome,We are a Heinen family in SA my mom and Dad emigrated just after the war and on my Dad side of the family tree they were farmers .I would love to know if this could be also part of our family tree.Do you have any historical info ?

  5. Oiseau says :

    If these photos were taken in 2013 I’m pretty sure nothiong is left now. What won’t be outright stolen will be destroyed by squatters. Pity!

    • Jay Robert Stump says :

      I doubt squatters around Luxembourg, would want to use that place. There are high end up-to-date modern homes, squatters can find to sleep in Luxembourg. Who would risk the harsh police treatment, to sleep someplace without running water, or electricity, and without all the usual kinds of benefits of being in the city…. Where they can have it all. If you’re going to risk punishment, you might as well get the most out of where you’re squatting.. lol

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