"During the French revolution, the family of the Count from Liedekerke-Beaufort has left the nearby feudal castle of Veves to hide in a farm outside the village. After the revolution, the farm took the name of castle and finally became this gigantic house. The castle is built in 1866 by an English architect called Milner.
Between World War I and II, the castle became the 'Home de Noisy', a vacation camp for SNCB (Belgian national rail company) railwaymen's children.
It was finally abandoned in 1991 and is slowly falling in ruins since. This castle has now became a very dangerous place to explore! Never go there alone!"