Visited in 2015 on my first trip over to Belgium with a few fellow explorers.
This one was explored on the last day of the 5 day trip as Belgium was under a deluge of rain. We had to be careful inside as there was a homeless person residing in there. In fact, its not a bad place to take up residence if you are homeless except for lots of the building was too trashed to get decent photographs so I focused purely on the dental surgery.
Formerly a dentist's residence with his surgery downstairs. Lots of dental items were left inside to get a feel of how it was when it was a functioning dental surgery.
Not sure when it closed and the house became abandoned but it's an odd thing that such a grand house doesn't seem to have anyone claiming ownership. Maybe there is someone but they aren't interested in it. Who knows?