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This three-storey building was built in 1934 with successive expansions in 1941, 1950 and 1962; all respecting the original architecture style. The building was conceived and was continually occupied as a monastery which included a retreat. There are a large number of small rooms (approximately 40), several meeting rooms, a kitchen, a dining room and a chapel. The large parcel of land on which the building sits is fully treed and contains several ‘theme’ gardens.