A 320 m² flat, with terraces and a garden,
in Uccle’s Prince-d'Orange district
Région de Bruxelles-Capitale BE

Location

In Uccle, in the Brussels-Capital Region.
5 km from the European district.
6 km from Grand-Place.
Near to Cambre Wood.
Near to the French Lycée and the European School

Description

Surface : 322 m²
Number of floors of the building : 2


Number of main rooms : 4
Number of bathrooms : 3


Swimming pool



Our opinion

In the south of Brussels, Uccle’s wonderful residential avenues extend around the walkways through Cambre Wood. The Prince-d'Orange district is highly sought-after because of its peaceful setting and its large family homes, near elegant diplomatic residences. This flat is laid out on the ground floor of Résidence-Les-Jardins-de-Babylone, a 3-storey building, designed by architect Marc-Corbiau in 1998. Championing a minimalist, avant-garde design, it houses vast, bright, luminous living rooms. This flat, spanning a surface area of 320 m², is comfortable, well fitted and well laid out. It opens on to several terraces as well as a large, private, south-west facing garden. The property further includes two cellars and three covered car parking spaces. This harmonious, tranquil home is ideal for residents seeking to recharge their batteries, just a stone’s throw from the Belgian capital.

Reference 896357

1 950 000 €

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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.

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