During the French revolution, the family of the Count from Liedekerke-Beaufort has left the nearby feudal castle of Vèves to hide in a farm outside the village. After the revolution, the farm took the name of castle and finally became this gigantic house.
Between World War I and II, the castle became the "Home de Noisy", a vacation camp for SNCB (Belgian national rail company) railwaymen's childrens.
It was finally abandoned in 1991 and is slowly falling in ruins since. It has now became a very dangerous place to explore as you can guess by looking at the photos.