De Proosdij

The former Provostry of the chapter of Saint Sulpitius Church became active in 1608. At the head of this court stood a clergyman, the provost. He was responsible for trying the alleged Protestants.

 It is a double house with two floors and a hip roof dating from the nineteenth century. The right-angled wing in traditional brick and sandstone style dates from the seventeenth century.