Though you might not think it from the outside, this link-detached holiday home on a converted farm is surprisingly spacious on the inside. And it's no wonder when you consider that it accommodates up to 8 people. But the most important feature of this residence, which dates back to 1795, is that the historical character has been so well preserved; the stone exterior, the red tiles and the wooden beams all radiate an authentic ambience. An open fireplace from Burgundy was even installed during the renovation to further enhance the home's character. The home has its own terrace and a lovely garden that's shared with two other residences, which offers a partial view of a nature preserve. So there is no shortage of tranquillity and nature here. Because the house is part of the larger BE-6690-87, you can easily go on holiday with an entire group and still have privacy. Not only does the tranquil location make it an ideal base for hiking and cycling, but there is also a cross-country ski trail from the Baraque de Fraiture winter sport station that runs practically alongside the residence. And towns such as Houffalize, Vielsalm, La Roche en Ardenne, Bastogne and Francorchamps are definitely worth a visit as well.
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