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± 450 m² ± 4.844 ft²
± 1.850 m² ± 19.913 ft²
Near the Dieweg, located on a plot of ± 18 ares 50 and developing a gross living area of ± 510 m², this house named Villa Sèthe which we owe to the architect Henry Van De Velde, will immediately seduce you with its Art Nouveau style.
This house dating from 1897 underwent a major renovation in 2000 and has retained all of its authenticity. Opening onto a beautiful marble entrance hall, the house offers on the ground floor, large and elegant reception rooms with wooden floors, open fire, a separate dining room, an office and a fully equipped kitchen. The sleeping area consists of a large master bedroom with two dressing rooms and bathroom, three additional bedrooms and two shower rooms. In the semi-basement with natural light, a concierge with independent access, a laundry room and numerous cellars. A terrace and a bucolic garden complement the whole.
Others: A closed box, two outdoor parkings, alarm, insulated roof, electricity up to standards, oil-boiler but house connected to gas.
The Observatoire is a green and calm area known for its quality of life. Located not far from small shops and several schools, it cleverly combines city life and tranquility.
For any further information, please contact Brigitte Salama at +32 (0) 488 36 67 88.
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The Observatory is a green and calm area known for its quality of life. Located not far from small shops and several schools, it cleverly combines city life and tranquility.