Dating back to the first half of the 17th century, this townhouse with its courtyard at the front separating it from an adjacent road, is built over three levels, each decreasing in height. The last of these consists of heightening work to the building carried out at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. As with numerous houses in Huy, the building consists of a limestone base topped with whitewashed brick and limestone walls. It has side-alternate quoins and bands that emphasise the sills, window cross-rails and lintels that have lost their windows or else the sill have been lowered. A hipped slate roof tops the building and several spur posts form a surround. The slender shape of the square tower gives the building its highly individual character. An 18th century annexe to the left of the main building gives it its overall appearance.
Building listed on 17th July 1978