Just a few steps away from the Place du Châtelain, absolutely exceptional property built by architect Andrée Putman with artfulness and virtuosity.
Designed out from a building that used to serve as a stable for horses of the tram company, this exceptional property offers a total built surface of ± 2.600 m², a surface of ± 29 ares and a ground built surface built on the ground of ± 1,482 m². Behind a large frontage of ± 60 meters long, this property is composed of four wings articulated around a large courtyard patio. Inside, the building includes an indoor pool, a conciergerie, a garage which can accommodate 5/6 cars as well as 6 protected parking.
The Châtelain neighbourhood is known for its location not far away from the city center and near the Bois de la Cambre. It is full of shops and restaurants of all kinds. Its market is very popular. It offers easy and quick access to public transports.
For any further information, please contact Jean-Marc Delcroix at +32 (0) 474 740 807.