Graceful grandeur in Lanaken's estate This charming farmhouse is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac in the middle of nature. The long driveway is framed by trees. Driving under the dark red foliage, the estate behind it, situated in the greenery, reveals itself a little more and more, until it can be seen in all its impressive glory. Three steps lead to the double wooden doors with an elegant roof. Once inside, it seems as if you are entering another world. The many tasteful salons with warm tones, draperies and fireplaces breathe an atmosphere of romantic distinction. The inlaid parquet floors shine in the soft light that enters everywhere through the high windows. In the formidable gallery, a hall of allure that wouldn't be out of place in a palace, metre-high 17th century statues of Greek gods in their niches watch over the well-being of the inhabitants. The walls and ceiling are patinated by Sicilian craftsmen and illuminated by the glow of the royal chandeliers. It goes without saying that this completely detached farmhouse has an outdoor swimming pool and a terrace that stretches out over the full length of the property so that there is always sun or shade somewhere. Here you can take a real forest walk on your own property and then just meet foxes, deer, owls and squirrels. Horse lovers can enjoy the beautiful stables with heated saddle rooms, several large meadows and barns. But the twelve-hectare plot also houses three ponds with gold carp, a waterfall, a gazebo, a deer park and even a real badger hole. This Lanaken estate therefore offers, both inside and outside, graceful grandeur for the lucky ones who can call it their home.