Atypical home of the collector Philippe Dotremont built by Louis-Herman De Koninck in 1932. It was then registered in the architectural heritage and restored identically to the original version in 2013.
Designed in a modernist style, the house offers ± 300 m² on three levels: on the ground floor, the kitchen and large bright reception rooms with beautiful windows overlook the garden. The ground floor also presents a cloakroom, a guest toilet and an office. On the first floor, three beautiful bedrooms, a bathroom and a toilet. On the second floor, bedroom with dressing room, bathroom and shower room. A large terrace completes the second floor. Skylights, typical of the De Koninck architecture, punctuate the style of the house.
Avenue de Fré is a green and quiet area located near the small shops and public transport and close to several schools and the Bois de la Cambre. This is a welcoming, family-friendly neighborhood.
The shares of a company holding full ownership of the building described below are hereby offered for sale. The price of the shares of the aforementioned company is to be determined on the basis of the books of account of that company, taking into account a valuation of the building displayed hereafter.
For any further information, please contact Jean-Marc Delcroix at + 32 (0) 474 740 807.
|Surface area (±):||300 m²|
|Land (±):||350 m²|
De FréClose to the Observatory and the Bois de la Cambre, de Fré Avenue runs through pleasant areas of Uccle.
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