This is the listed moated castle Beusdael near the village Sippenaeken in the Belgian Province Liège in the very east of Belgium – about 500 meters away fro the Dutch border (please see map/satellite view).
The castle complex originally consisted of a moated residence tower which you can see right hand. Up to the edge of the roof it has a hight of 28 meters and its ground plan measures 12 by 12 meters. Its walls are up to 2,50 meters thick. This imposing building was constructed in 13th century. The adjoining main building was built in 16th centruy.
The castle is embedded in a beautiful undulating agricultural landscape with fields and forests. You can see it in the attached big picture - a stitch of 2 horizontal photos.