In a private and secure enclosure at the edge of the Abbey of La Cambre and the ponds of Ixelles, elegant house impregnated of Anglo-Saxon architecture designed by architect Adrien Blomme in 1928.
Completely renovated in 2013, this house presents, on the ground floor, an elegant entrance hall with cloakroom and guest toilet, a large contemporary and hyper-equipped dining kitchen leading to the small town garden, a separate dining and a utility room. The first floor offers two beautiful reception areas with open fire and integrated library. On the second floor, master apartment with large dressing room and en-suite bathroom as well as an office. The third floor offers three bedrooms sharing a bathroom and a shower room. A service apartment occupies the fourth and last floor.
Others : cellars, one car garage.
Deployed around the beautiful 13th century abbey and its splendid French gardens, the Abbey district is one of the most popular in Brussels. Between the Bois de la Cambre and the Ixelles ponds, it offers a wide variety of restaurants and shops.
For any further information, please contact Brigitte Salama +32 (0) 488 36 67 88.
|Surface area (±):||485 m²|
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Abbaye de la CambreDeployed around the beautiful 13th century abbey and its splendid French gardens, the Abbey district is one of the most popular in Brussels.
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