near to Avenue-Louise, facing one of the ponds in Ixelles
In Ixelles, in the Brussels-Capital Region.
3 km from the Grand-Place.
Near to the Jardin-du-Roi.
Near Ixelles’ ponds.
|Surface :||170 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||7|
|Number of main rooms :||3|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
Ixelles’ famous ponds safeguard the atmosphere of a waterside village, on the edge of the Belgian capital. Between the Jardin-du-Roi (King’s garden) and Cambre Wood, this is one of the most beautiful districts in Brussels, near to the emblematic Avenue-Louise, renowned for its shops and restaurants. This flat, facing one of the ponds, spans 172 m² on the ground floor of a building, designed by architect Lucien-Jacques-Bauche in 1965. Refurbished in the 1970’s, most of the furniture and the decorative features were designed by Christophe-Gevers, now deemed to be one of the most brilliant Belgian designers of his generation. This spacious, elegant flat is in an excellent state of repair. The living room and the bedrooms look out over a large, 160 m², south-facing town garden, with a view of the ponds and beyond, the opposing bank with its row of Art Deco style buildings. The third bedroom could also be used as an office or a doctor’s consulting room, with an adjoining waiting room and independent access via the entrance hall. This functional and contemporary pied-à-terre is just a stone’s throw from Place-Flagey and but a few minutes by car from the Grand-Place.
1 075 000 €
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