Senne – Central expat apartment in Brussels

Furnished 1 bedroom apartment in the centre of Brussels

  • 2 people
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bath
Property Type: Standard apartment


SENNE is a central expat apartment in Brussels city. It is a furnished 1 bedroom apartment in the centre of Brussels. It is a bright cosy apartment in a perfect location for the expat who works in the centre of Brussels and who likes to explore the city on their free time. The white walls of this apartment reflect the natural light perfectly and with the addition of white furniture, it enhances the spacious feeling in this cosy one-bedroom apartment. This apartment is perfect for the solo traveller or a couple that stays for a short time in the capital of Belgium.

The design of this apartment is perfect for the size. When you enter the apartment, you will receive a comfy feeling thanks to the white painted walls and the use of light furniture. The living room has a relaxed sofa bed. The kitchen and the living room are blended perfectly into each other and leave room for entertainment. The kitchen is fully equipped and comes with a full-size stovetop and oven for your cooking convenience.

The separate bedroom has a very comfortable double bed and plenty of clothing storage. The bathroom has a walk-in shower.

Key features of this 1 bedroom expat apartment in Brussels

  • Central location
  • Trending neighbourhood
  • Close to public transport
  • Bedroom with double bed
  • Living room with bed sofa and dining table for two
  • Flatscreen TV
  • High-speed WiFi
  • Fully equipped open kitchen
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Bedding and towels included

Location details of this expat apartment in Brussels

Anneessens, the district is very central. Being the historic centre, the area is well watched. Besides, it is a neighbourhood that has come back to life in recent years.

It is in the heart of the Midi–Lemonnier District, where Rouppe Square is today, where Brussels’ first South Station was located from 1839 and it was the terminus of the South Line. The former presence of a station at this location also explains the unusual width of the current Avenue of Stalingrad, which goes from the square to the small ring road. It is cleared of its railways since the inauguration of the newest Brussels-South Station, built outside the district in 1869.

At the same time, following the banks of the Senne, the neighbourhood saw the construction of Haussmannian grand central boulevards, including Maurice Lemonnier Boulevard, bordered by Fontainas Square and Anneessens Square (location of the former Old Market), as well as by the Midi Palace. Each Sunday morning, the Midi district hosts the second-largest market in Europe.

The historical centre of Brussels

A few blocks north of your apartment, you will enter the historical centre of Brussels. Historical yet trendy – that best describes the neighbourhood. Fashionistas can head to Rue Dansaert to discover the latest styles, while music lovers can enjoy amazing performances at the AB concert hall. Foodies will be spoiled with choices thanks to the many trendy restaurants, brasseries, snack bars and bistros. For the latest films, the UGC De Brouckère cinema is the place to be and City 2 is shopping heaven.

Thanks to the central location, you can easily get around the city of Brussels which has a lot to offer and has a wide variety of different neighbourhoods and atmospheres. Public transport can easily be found, and you are just mere steps away from the Gare Midi to get around the whole country of Belgium and beyond.

Zinneke Pis

The capital of Belgium is known for an iconic statue in the centre of the city called Manneke Pis. This little statue has been the symbol of Brussels since 1619 and the legend goes that this little guy pissed a whole army out of the city.

Brussels also though that Manneke Pis, needed a wife and a dog. Jeanneke Pis can be found near the Rue De Bouché and Zinneke Pis can be found just a few blocks from this apartment. This is a great Instagram opportunity for everybody.

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Price info

rent: €850 / month
expenses: €150 / month
deposit: €2000

agency fee:
1-2 months: €350
3-5 months: €650
6-12 months: €1200

Terms and conditions

This expat apartment is only available for professional stays starting from 1 month. This apartment is not a tourist apartment.

A booking in this apartment is subject to a linen fee of 150€. This amount will be charged together with the rent of the last month of the rental, or deducted from the deposit. Click here to read more about the linen fee or consult our general terms and conditions.






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