in Uccle’s Prince-d'Orange district
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
|Surface :||322 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||2|
|Number of main rooms :||4|
|Number of bathrooms :||3|
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.
1 950 000 €
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