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Ixelles - 170m² - 3 bedrooms
Ixelles, in one of the most prestigious districts of Brussels, a ground floor with a garden between the King’s Garden and the Étangs d’Ixelles.
The building was designed between 1965 and 1967 by the architect Lucien-Jacques Baucher and the property developer Herpain. It includes a large entrance hall with a typical 1960s atmosphere. A fountain supplies water to pools of white pebbles and beautiful potted plants. In the centre of the hall is a narrow staircase. The staircases are made of folded sheet metal, which allows for structural finesse and gives them their elegance. The building’s caretaker lives on the ground floor.
The flat, with a gross surface area of 172 m² and a garden of 160 m², faces south-east and overlooks the Étangs d’Ixelles. It consists of an entrance hall of 12m² with cloakroom and visitor’s toilet, a living room, dining room and an open kitchen of 70m² with open fire, integrated storage and bay windows overlooking the garden. To the rear of the kitchen is a laundry room. The flat has many pieces of furniture and decorative elements designed by the designer Christophe Gevers in the 1970s.
On the night side there are three bedrooms overlooking the garden. The largest of 32m2 with dressing room, bathroom and built-in furniture, the second bedroom of 13m² with built-in cupboards and bathroom. Finally a guest bedroom of 9m² and its adjoining bathroom. 3 cellars and 2 parking spaces complete the property. A caretaker is present in the building. The heating is a recent gas condensation collective heating.
It should be noted that the third bedroom could be used as an office for a liberal profession or medical practice with an adjoining waiting room and separate access directly via the entrance hall.
For further information and viewing, please contact Stéphane Schweitzer on 0475/949 980 – email@example.com
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