Château Grammaire (Belgium)

The villa was built in the north of Belgium in the 1920s by a rich family of industrials. When several decades later their textile group went bankrupt, the family was forced to sell its château. Today, the abandoned villa is at risk of being torn down to make space for a retail store.

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One response to “Château Grammaire (Belgium)”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Such a shame, beautiful architecture should be preserved I would love an opportunity to restore this Château, the town it is in should look for a way to use the building, using unemployed or retired carpenters and anyone willing to give their time, I am surprised there is no historical society on this

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