T H E C A S T L E L E Y S E L E B E K E
The neoclassical castle, built about 1803 by Charles Donny from Bruges was probably constructed with antique materials of the plenty discussed, demolished St. Donatian's Cathedral in Bruges.
The Palladian-inspired architecture, the monumental portico with Doric columns and pediment is very characteristic. Large reception rooms are interspersed with more intimate rooms, including two round salon. The interior decoration preserves various traces of the 19th century. Including the original spiral staircase is very impressive. Of course the current owners paid attention to contemporary standards and new techniques. The castle has been equipped with an elevator. A new wing has a spacious and bright, heated pool, jacuzzi, Turkish bath and rain showers. The impressive castle grounds include a park of about 4 hectares. Read more
Tables "Giza" by Rachman