Comparable with the major 18th-century works of architecture, the Maison Villers is a five-bay house on three floors, built of brick and limestone.
Its vestibule and kitchen feature the glazed earthenware tiles known as delftware.
The room known as the Four Seasons Room contains paintings representing the pastimes appropriate to each season.
On the first floor above ground level, the large Hunting Room contains a number of fine paintings amid its panelling, with motifs recalling the different aspects of hunting with hounds.
The adjacent Music Room contains paintings with animal and floral motifs, which are rather Chinese in style.
Listed building (21-08-1985)
Listed as an exceptional heritage site of Wallonia