Etterbeek 2 – Beautiful expat home in Brussels

Beautiful home for expats in Brussels

  • 2 people
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bath
  • 55 m2

Description

Etterbeek 2 is a beautiful expat home in Brussels It is a furnished 1 bedroom apartment in Etterbeek. The area is characterized by typical Brussel’s houses. This specific apartment is on the first floor of a very quiet Maison de Maître. Maison de Maître is roughly translated to “The Master’s House” which is exactly what it is. In the 1800’s it was mostly inhabited by noble and wealthier people. The apartment is independent of the building. It is the perfect home for a single expat that works for the European Commission or NATO. 

This eclectically decorated apartment has some amazing design features. First of all, the apartment is surrounded by beautiful, modern paintings. This combined with the combination of modern and antique furniture makes it a unique home. The living room with its floor-to-ceiling windows and doors leading to the balcony leaves great natural light in the living room. The high ceilings give you a great feeling of space.

When you enter the living room of this apartment, you will understand why this building is called “A Master’s House”. Decorated with royal chairs and fireplace, you feel like royalty walking in. It will make you want to open the doors to the balcony and address the people on the square in front of the house.

Everything in this apartment breaths antiquated luxury and it will give you a good idea of how people used to live in Belgium. The kitchenette, which is adjacent to the living room comes equipped with all necessary appliances and kitchenware to cook a meal for up to two people. The master bedroom will make you feel very grand and comes with a comfortable double bed. The large window overlooks the back garden of the house. The bathroom is the most modern part of the apartment for your convenience and luxury. It has recently been renovated and comes with a  walk-in shower.

The apartment is great for the hardworking expat that commutes regularly to NATO or the European Institutions.

Key features about this expat home in Brussels

  • 55m²
  • 1st floor
  • Central location to European institutions, embassies and NATO
  • High ceilings
  • A lot of art
  • Large living room, with dining table and two chairs
  • Balcony overlooking the square
  • Master bedroom with double bed
  • Open fully-equipped kitchenette
  • Bathroom with walk-in shower
  • High-speed WiFi
  • Bedding and towels included

Location details of this expat home in Brussels

Located in a convenient location close to government buildings, parks and gardens, museums, great restaurants, iconic bars, residences, elite schools and luxury hotels. All this is concentrated around the European Quarter, Etterbeek, in the city of Brussels. In an area characterized by typical Brussel’s houses, on the first floor of a very quiet Maison de Maître with antique and design furniture offers a unique sensation to be at home.

Parc du Cinquantenaire

The expat home in Brussels is located a few blocks from the “Parc du Cinquantenaire”, “Park of the Fiftieth Anniversary” in English or “Jubelpark” in Dutch is a beautiful public park that to this day is used for parades and exhibitions. It is located in the most Eastern part of the European Quarter of Brussels. The U-shaped complex is dominated by buildings that were commissioned by the government under the rule of King Leopold II for the 1880 National Exhibition commemorating the 15th anniversary of Belgian independence. Other exhibitions that followed this “jubilee” added more structures. The iconic arch of triumph was built in 1905 replacing a previous temporary version of the arch that was designed by Gédéon Bordiau

To symbolize the Belgian economic and industrial performance, the structures were built in iron, glass and stone. The park is full of picturesque gardens, ponds and waterfalls. An ideal location to “get your Gram on”. While originally erected as a parade and fairgrounds for celebratory purposes only, the government decided in 1930 to make the park accessible to the public and make it into a leisure park.

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Price info

rent: medium range
expenses: please consult
deposit: depends on stay

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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