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Reference

4536940

Living area

± 1.570 m² ± 16.899 ft²

Area

± 703 m² ± 7.567 ft²

Close to Avenue Louise, Bois de la Cambre and La Bascule shops, a remarkable Beaux-Arts style mansion designed in 1912 by the architect Delbove for the brewer Henri Lannoy, developing an exceptional façade width of ± 14 m.

Renovated in 2015 respecting the beautiful original features such as parquet floors, moldings, piers, it has ± 1,200 m² of prestigious offices in the main building, as well as large cellars of ± 300 m². The carriage entrance also leads to the courtyard allowing parking for 4 cars and a rear house of ± 160 m².

Others: Beautiful high ceilings, elevator, alarm, 2 condensing gas boilers 2015, PEB C-, wine cellar.

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.

For any further information, please contact Corinne Thumelaire at + 32 (0) 498 237 935.

Other details

Garages

4

PEB

E

kWh/m² per year

239

Kg co²/m²/year

48

PEB Code

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Louise

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.