Set back, like all the houses on this village street, a long two-storey house in rubble masonry, particularly limestone, under a seemingly raised artificial slate gable roof.
Central facade with two rows of limestone windows, lintel and cornerstone, as well as a door to the left below a later window. Agricultural premises to the left and right: stables and barns, the partial result of modifications. Early 19th century (?).
Source: Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Belgium