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Brussels I Cinquantenaire

Nested in a quiet, attractive area close to the ‘Cinquantenaire Park’, within walking distance to the European Quarter, this stunning ± 292 sqm house was built over a ± 1.6 are plot in 1908 by Jean Pirart, an established early twentieth-century Belgian architect.

Entirely renovated by the current owners in 2013, the house combines the charm of ancient and modern style. The ground floor includes an entrance hall, beautifully arranged double reception rooms with fireplace, a large dining room opening onto a landscaped garden plus a fully equipped kitchen including a dining area with a view of the garden. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, dressing rooms and a large library/study/bedroom are located on the upper floors.The top floor is designed as a studio flat with two bedrooms and a bathroom.The basement includes a WC, a laundry room, a cellar and plenty of storage space.

Other: plenty of cupboards throughout, double glazing, electric shutters, alarm, water
softeners, gas heating. Available as of mid-July 2018.

Closest to downtown Brussels' greenest areas, the house is ideally located, offering easy access to public transportation and to various shops and restaurants.

For any further information, please contact Jean-Marc Delcroix at + 32 (0) 474 740 807.


Price: € 950.000
Reference: BE369669
Surface area (±): 292 m²
Land (±): 161 m²
Rooms: 6
Bathrooms: 3
KWh/m²/year : 306
Kg CO²/m²/year: 306
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The Cinquantenaire area is a nice and relatively close to the green park.

Ideally located, it offers easy access to public transportation and is close to shops and various restaurants.

Proposed by

J.M. Delcroix

M +32 474 74 08 07

Brussels office

T +32 2 640 08 01

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