near to Avenue-Brugmann and the Royal-Léopold-Club
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.
|Land/park/garden area :||215 m2|
|Surface :||320 m²|
|Number of main rooms :||4|
|Number of bathrooms :||2|
Just a stone’s throw from the bustling European city, the peaceful town of Uccle is sought-after by families from the Belgian capital because of its quiet setting, symbolised by Cambre Wood, as well as its renowned schools. The town also includes numerous outstanding buildings dating from the beginning of the last century, such as this 1920 mansion house, in the area around Avenue-Brugmann. Behind a tall, elegant, French stone and red brick facade, this house spans spacious, fully renovated rooms, giving a total floor surface area of 370 m². The interior is composed of adjoining living and reception rooms, with solid oak wood parquet flooring and finely moulded ceilings. Although the impressive sculpted fireplaces are now only used for decorative purposes, the Gaggenau kitchen is perfectly functional, just like the shower rooms and the other first-class, recently installed modern-day facilities. The garden is tranquil and wooded in keeping with the district and is laid out around a swimming pool, enhanced with white mosaic tiles and a counter-current feature. The more sportive of residents will also appreciate the proximity of the Royal-Léopold-Club and its hockey fields.
1 865 000 €
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