A residential villa near the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

Located in a beautiful residential neighbourhood near the Royal Palace, this delightful Art Deco villa with a ten-metre-long facade is set in about 1,600 sqm of landscaped grounds. The garden level comprises a monumental staircase featuring Art Deco stained glass, two living/reception rooms, a spacious dining room with a fireplace, a study, a family room and a fully equipped kitchen with Boffi appliances. Two generously proportioned bedrooms with shower rooms, dressing rooms and toilets, and a wide terrace are upstairs. 3 bedrooms would be possible. The 2nd floor comprises a spacious apartment with a living room, a kitchenette, a bedroom and a bathroom. A staircase leads to an extensive attic. The villa benefits from ample fitted storage space. It also includes cellars and garages, as well as a sauna with a shower. The villa was built between 1942 and 1946 by architect Moenaerts (President of the Belgian Architects' Association) for the Vander Elst family, owners of the Bastos and Belga cigarette brand. The garden is the work of the period’s renowned landscape architect Janlet. In many ways the style of the villa and the quality of its finishing may be compared to the David & Alice Van Buuren museum in Uccle, Brussels. The stained glass is the work of Armand Paulis.

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Sophie MENNESSON
Téléphone :
+33 (0)1 56 88 48 56
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