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€ 1.288.000 $ 1,561,261 ¥ 171,804,579 1,404,525 chf £ 1,106,308
± 390 m² ± 4.198 ft²
± 2.500 m² ± 26.910 ft²
This discrete but imposing villa dating from 1939 and renovated in 2020 fits perfectly in its environment within the residential areas of Hoeilaart, in the immediate neighbourhood of the Groenendaal railway station, which offers an easy access to Brussels. With a global surface area of ± 450 m² and a south-facing front façade, the house lies on a plot of more than 25 ares.
The organization of the interior spaces is logical and balanced: the ground floor hosts the reception rooms whereas the 1st floor is entirely devoted to private life. The main floor offers a living room with fireplace (± 50 m²) completed with an office with fireplace as well (± 20 m²), a super-equipped kitchen, a playroom, a TV room with home cinema and a laundry. The 1st floor comprises 4 bedrooms (± 31, 20, 18 et 16 m²) and 3 bathrooms, among which 2 master bedrooms with built-in cupboards and private bathroom, and 2 bedrooms with shared bathroom.
Others : two-car garage, attic and storage cellar, wine cellar, oil tank of 1.500 liter, terrace of ± 25 m², roof renovated in 1996, double glazed windows, alarm system, water softener, sewer connection.
This house, close to Brussels, the Solvay park and the Sonian Forest, enjoys a location of choice between city and countryside, near international schools and the airport.
For any further information, please contact Véronique Mille at +32 (0) 477 27 72 50.
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The Sonian Forest lies on half of the territory of Hoeilaart, which is renowned for its ancient tradition of greenhouse grape cultivation.