Built in the late 1700’s (before Belgium even existed), La Fermette des Alouettes has unique character – featuring Gobertange stone inside and out that was mined in a nearby village, a scalloped brick ceiling in the kitchen and 500-year-old doors recovered from a Belgian monastery.
The property is a traditional fermette-en-carré that has been recently renovated with the modern creature comforts you would expect and taking care to highlight its beautiful original features.
La Fermette des Alouettes is well-appointed with stylish, vintage decor that fits perfectly with this historic building and creates an exceptional ambiance.
With 450 m2 / 4,844 sq. ft. living space, you’ll enjoy 3 cozy living rooms, 4 luxurious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with showers and bathtubs for bubble baths, a super-equipped kitchen and dining room perfect for large groups.
Breathe in the fresh country air and all your worries will disappear!
Enjoy your morning coffee with the sunrise on the covered veranda by the kitchen and watch the sunset with a glass of wine on the patio by the living room. Both featuring beautiful Gobertange stone under your feet.
The larger terrace by the annex is the perfect to relax with friends and family all day long, have a BBQ and play a game of pétanque or two.
The garden is fully fenced and features pear, apple and cherry trees and a red currant bush.
La Fermette des Alouettes is located in a very calm neighbourhood in the tiny village of L’Ecluse – at the end of a cobblestone road, surrounded by a private forest, rolling fields and nearby pastures with cows and horses.
The area of Beauvechain is Belgium’s best-kept secret – one of the most beautiful regions in Belgium – perched just on the border of Flanders and Wallonie.
Trails behind the house take you to the big farm of Wahenge, just on the other side of the forest. Across the fields, you’ll find Melin – ranked as one of the Top 10 Most Beautiful Villages in Wallonia. You can also cycle through the fields to Hoegaarden to enjoy a a nice cold beer.