From the "Maison Cauchie", unique Art Nouveau masterpiece in Etterbeek, to the 70s architectural beauty imagined by Henri Montois in Golf du Bercuit, discover the latest significant successes represented by Belgium Sotheby’s International Realty.

Ideally located on the edge of the Parc du Cinquantenaire, the “Maison Cauchie”, one of the most beautiful works of Art Nouveau in Brussels, built in 1905 by the architect Paul Cauchie and sold by Vincent Verbruggen between €1 – 2,000,000.

Located in the sought-after neighborhood of ​​Markgrave, completely renovated mansion with authentic elements sold by Henriette Siersema between €1 – 2,000,000.

Within the prestigious private domain of the Bercuit, villa with character dating from 1976 and designed by the avant-garde architect Henri Montois, sold by Véronique Mille and Olivier Paquet between €1 – 2,000,000.

In the green and calm district of the Observatoire, property with a gross area of ± 1.038 m² without any vis-à-vis in a park of ± 33 ares dotted with hundred year old trees and sold by Sylvie Koch and Corinne Thumelaire between €6 – 7,000,000.

Located in the green lung in the center of Kapellen, villa Rozenhof, a fully renovated monumental manor in neo-Renaissance style sold by Henriette Siersema between €1 – 2,000,000.

Luxury villa apartment on a wooded domain of more than 10,000 m² in an oasis of tranquility, the new development project Residence Area, near the Durme Valley in Waasmunster, sold by Matthias Vertommen between €1 – 2,000,000.

Centrally located in the Harmonie district, renovated town house with a living area of ​​± 230 m² and a spacious garden of ± 80 m² rented by Emilie Claessens between €3 – 4,000.