in Brussels’ embassy district
In Brussels, in the Brussels-Capital Region.
Near to the La-Cambre Wood and its Abbey.
Near to Avenue-Louise.
Near to Avenue-Franklin-Roosevelt.
|Land/park/garden area :||195 m2|
|Surface :||700 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||4|
|Number of main rooms :||6|
|Number of bathrooms :||4|
La-Cambre Wood, a real green lung in the midst of Brussels, is a vast, wooded area, bordered by elegant mansion houses and numerous diplomatic consulates. History relates that the British troops played cricket there the day before they confronted Napoleon at Waterloo. This building, in the immediate vicinity of Avenue-Louise and Avenue-Franklin-Roosevelt, was built in 1910 and reflects the Beaux-Art style. Fully renovated in 2019 under the aegis of an interior designer, it is currently rented and sold furnished. The building is composed of offices on the first three levels (basement, ground and first floors) and four flats on the second, third and fourth floors. A lift goes to all floors. In addition to giving the building back its splendour of yesteryear, the renovation works improved its energy performance and included the installation of solar panels. The result is refined, elegant and functional. The original decorative features have been beautifully enhanced. This very sound investment is in one of the Belgian capital’s most sought-after districts.
3 600 000 €
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