On a private and enclosed plot, in front of the Abbey of La Cambre, private mansion designed in an Anglo-Saxon architecture by architect Adrien Blomme in 1928.
Recently renovated with the best techniques and respect of authentic elements (moldings, marble, woodwork), the house presents a facade of ± 21 m. A wide elevator serves the entire house. On the ground floor, a large entrance hall with cloakroom and guest toilet, large and bright receptions including living rooms with two open fires and a professional kitchen Bulthaup. On the first floor, a library, a small lounge, a dining room and its office overlooking the garden. On the second floor, the master suite with dressing room, large bathroom and terrace followed by a small suite with its bathroom. On the third floor, a second master suite with dressing room and bathroom. Two further en suite bedrooms with their independent bathrooms. Finally, the top floor includes a very bright office, a laundry room and a service room with its amenities.
Others : swimming pool with counter-current, jacuzzi, hammam, sauna, fitness area, wine cellar, two indoor car parking spaces, four outdoor car spaces, alarm, security doors and burglar-proof shutters, air conditioning, home automation, double flow, sound insulation.
The neighborhood of the Abbaye de la Cambre is a wonderful typical Brussels area, surrounded by local shops. It offers easy access to public transport. It is not far from downtown and the Avenue Louise.
For any further information, please contact Jean-Marc Delcroix at + 32 (0) 474 740 807.
|Price:||more than € 10.000.000|
|Surface area (±):||1.200 m²|
|Land (±):||338 m²|
|Parkings out. :||Yes|
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