Today, the neo-classical Ter Laecke Castle in Deurle created by Louis Minard is known under the name ‘Ter Leie’. The present building which dates from 1841 with subsequent adaptations and the maintained core depended from the Lords of Nevele. There was already a statement in the 15th century when the castle was the property of the Ghent patrician family Utenhove. It is located on the Lys river bend around the Coleghemham in a richly wooded park accessible through a wrought-iron fence.
The former stables and coach houses were adapted at the beginning of the 20th century and partially converted into a private home.
You can find it at Pontstraat 83, 9830 St.-Martens-Latem (Deurle)