14 Apr 2015


The park Cheneau is located in Braine l'Alleud, near Waterloo in Belgium.
The Cheneau park was once a private estate with meadows, small woods and the large castle garden.

Today, this area of 5 hectares has four tennis courts and a playground. The walk through the beautiful  ash and chestnut trees lead your steps to the castle of Cheneau. It is also called Chateau Allard and was built in 1906-1907

Mother Nature is late this year, so all the trees were still naked !

Still some a very courageous couple was laying on the grass

There were only few children playing in the playground

The old farm was closed

The castle looks more as a manor seen from the front

and from the back.

I didn't stay long, it really was cold, I decided to go back in summer !

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Anonymous said...

Looks chilly but oh so lovely.

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

What a wonderful chateau and the landscape looks great!

Wandering Wren said...

I thought this looked familiar! Isn't the architecture stunning?The windows are lovely shapes! Hoping to be back in Bxls next month!
Wren x

Gracie said...

It's more like a villa indeed. Is it open for visit?

Mara said...

I bet it would look lovely in summer. Can't wait to see some of those photos!

lotusleaf said...

Beautiful, but looks rather chilly.

Fun60 said...

That's a beautiful chateau. I'm sure it won't be long before those trees are covered in green.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful elegant 'fine home. I like when they turn these places into areas open for the public -- it makes a beautiful park.

bettyl-NZ said...

I love the old buildings--what a great place.