The remains of two farm buildings and fortified bunkers have been brought back to life by neighboring residents Margaux and Axel. Repurposed by architects Govaert & Vanhoutte, they stand encircling the property as they have since the wars, and now happily house livestock and chickens that provide the property with a steady flow of farm products.
Dynamic style, understated luxuries and state of the art design offer up a reimagining of the property, returning it to a peaceful and natural habitat.
With over-sized wooden screens that move across the facades to conceal or reveal the large floor-to-ceiling windows, the interiors are yours to play with, offering unparalleled views of the countryside.
Combining rustic masonry and concrete, banks of glass, and industrial elements, the home’s focal point starts at the sleek kitchen, saturated in black steel designed by Vipp with a dining area and an expansive living room with a fireplace that heads out to a large heated terrace.
Five en suite bedrooms are on the upper floor with room for ten guests. Designed for family-friendly getaways, the property features extensive gardens with dining areas as well as spa-like fitness areas and an amazing sunken indoor pool.