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Reference

4337998

Living area

± 442 m² ± 4.758 ft²

Bedrooms

4

Area

± 442 m² ± 4.758 ft²

A beaux-arts-style mansion designed by architects Alfred Portielje and Jan De Braey in 1926 while retaining all kinds of unique original elements, the property is part of Résidence Sans Souci. The house offers a living area of ​​± 442 m² and two terraces with a total surface of ​​± 197 m².

The property consists of a marble-finished high entrance hall with a massive wooden staircase that provides access to the first floor consisting of a living space on herringbone parquet which enjoys natural light over the entire width of the facade, dining area, fully equipped kitchen, library / television room and terrace. The south-east facing terrace on the first floor of ± 120 m² is directly accessible from the kitchen, privacy guaranteed by the Moroccan tent. The second floor comprises the master bedroom with bathroom and dressing room, a second bedroom with ensuite bathroom giving access to the sun terrace of ± 75 m². The third floor is furnished as an office space / bedroom and third bathroom, the finished attic space can function as a fourth bedroom.

Other: basement with wine cellar and a parking space in the closed private parking at the back of the building.

This unique home is located in the vicinity of the Harmony Park, public transport, various schools and is only a 5-minute drive to the Antwerp ring road.

For more information, please contact Henriette Siersema on +32 475 39 86 88.

Other details

Bathrooms

3

Garage

1

PEB

C

kWh/m² per year

241

PEB Code

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Antwerp Centre

Antwerp has a rich history of which many historic buildings, parks and antique shops can attest. You will also find many shopping streets, restaurants and typical cafes in this city with its rich culture and easily accessible by public transport.