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€ 575.400

In the Cinquantenaire district, close to many shops and public transport, renovation of the former Pelletier paper mill and also former Belga agency into a complex of 20 apartments with contemporary and pure lines.

This project developed by Herpain Urbis is the result of a complete renovation offering 20 loft-style apartments, with living areas ranging from 67 sq.m. to 137 sq.m., nestled in a green condominium in the interior of an island. Particular care has been taken in the choice of the many plants that embellish the common areas and make it a real oasis of greenery in the heart of the city.

The two-bedroom flat has a surface area of ± 137 m² and opens onto a fully equipped open-plan kitchen opening onto a large and bright living room. On the night side, there are two bedrooms each with its own shower room or en suite bathroom, the master bedroom also has a dressing area.

Each of the lofts of this condominium has large living spaces, an equipped SMEG kitchen, beautiful bedrooms and a bathroom. The units inside the blocks benefit from terraces and on the garden level from superb private terraces.

In order to guarantee a comfortable living space, the complex is embellished with a common interior courtyard, a fitness room, private terraces, 20 individual cellars and 20 parking spaces in the basement, several parking areas for bicycles and motorcycles.

For further information, please contact Philippe Dijkmans on +32 (0) 475 45 77 20.

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Price: € 575.400
Reference: 4145443
Surface area (±): 137 m²
Rooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Parkings : Yes
Parkings ind. : Yes
New construction
Property under construction, interim report for EPC available at our office

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