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Chatelain area: maison de maître for rent (Brussels)


Beautiful maison de maître for rent!!

Our fantastic and very beautiful apartment will be available to rent as of 01 March Protected content . A luminous and spacious duplex in a renovated maison de maître, it's ideal to start a family or for a couple or for friends to share rent :-) Located in a well connected and hip area only a minute walk from the Chatelain square and Rue du Bailly (shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants). The building is a classified '900s art-deco building, with ancient paintings on the facade and inside the house (original decorated ceilings).

It is about Protected content , bel-etage + rez-de-chaussee, with high ceilings and very big windows. Bel-etage: 3 pieces en enfilade, fully-equipped kitchen (fridge/freezer, oven, gas stove, dish-washer), laundry room (less than 1/2 a year washing machine for sale). Rez-de-chaussee: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms + separated WC + storage room. Wooden floors, independent heating, alarm system.

The garden is very nice, facing the atelier of the artist who painted the house (also '900s art-deco); it is covered in teak (easy to clean), with a storage room. The walls are covered in ivy, there are tall bamboos and a big tree in the middle. Giving you a sense of being away from a busy buzzing city -- definitely a place where you can have fun with friends!

The flat is unfurnished and some of the furniture of the current tenant are up for sale (preference to folks willing to purchase some of the furniture). For interested parties, a list of furniture for sale can be made available upon request.

It's a 5 minute walk to the Rue du Bailly bus stop (54, Protected content tram stops (81, 83, 91, 97, 93). The metro at Louise is a pleasant 15 mins walk.

Rent: € Protected content . Pictures of the apartment and more information available upon request.

For more info or for viewing, send me a message

Do have a look'll definitely not regret it and will feel like you've found your new home!!

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