Located between Avenue Louise and Tenbosch Park, this eclectic bourgeois house was built in 1902 by the architect François Kielbaey, completely renovated by the contemporary Belgian architect Bruno Erpicum and divided into 4 apartments.
Combining beautiful volumes and various period elements such as: mouldings, panelling, floors, original doors, white Gobertange stone facade, enhanced with blue stone, and high quality materials, this condominium offers a perfect blend of early century classicism and modernity.
Rising on four levels, this project presents different typologies suitable for different buyer profiles. On the ground floor, a 3-bedroom apartment of ± 273 m² with a private garden; a second 2- bedroom apartment of ± 183 m² on the first floor, sold casco; and a 3-bedroom duplex of 183 m2 on the third and fourth floors with a panoramic terrace of ± 40 m².
Each unit has a living room, a dining room with a bright kitchen decorated with marble cladding. The night part includes a master bedroom with integrated dressing room and bathroom opening onto a terrace as well as a second or third bedroom, each with its own shower room.
This architectural project, designed and conceived by the Bruno Erpicum Architecture Workshop,
was developed in response to a multitude of constraints aimed mainly at preserving the character
of this bourgeois house. Each element, from the choice of parquet flooring, to the marble facing
that adorns the kitchen, to the large bay windows, is designed to complete this ensemble.
In the center of Brussels, the Louise district is renowned for its diversity of shops, offices and restaurants.
It offers a quick access to the city center and to neighboring towns.
As the three apartments are an integral part of a renovation, they are only subject to registration
duty (12.5%) and not to VAT. Each unit is available in spring 2020. It is also possible to buy an
optional garage (price on request).