Defacqz – Expat flat for rent in Brussels

Furnished 1 bedroom apartment for expats near the European parliament

  • 4 people
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bath
  • 60 m2
Property Type: Standard apartment


DEFACQZ is an expat flat for rent in Brussels city. It is a furnished 1 bedroom apartment near the European parliament. The apartment was recently renovated and incorporates some great features that will be appreciated by every expat. The apartment boasts of natural light and has plenty of seating. This is great for the expat who enjoys some quiet time on the couch or enjoys reading. The open floorplan of the main spaces has a great for the flow and airiness. The apartment is great for a couple or single expat coming to Brussels.

The spacious long living room has two comfortable sofas. One of these sofas can easily be used for when you have guests over and they want to spend the night. They will nog regret that decision and they will sleep like a baby. The living room also hosts a dining table that sits up to four people very comfortable.

The living room blends in perfectly with the open kitchen that also has space for a breakfast nook with two bar stools. The kitchen comes completely equipped with all the necessary kitchenware and appliances. The kitchen has recently been updated.  Behind the living room, you will find the master bedroom. This room has a comfortable double bed and luxury bedding. En-suite to the bedroom, you can find the bathroom. This room has been beautifully updated with metro-tiles all around. The bathroom has a shower-tub combination and a large cabinet with a sink.

This apartment has a separate toilet near the entrance.

Key features about this flat for rent in Brussels

  • 60m²
  • Recently renovated
  • Fully furnished
  • Open kitchen with dishwasher
  • Large living room with sofa bed
  • High-speed WiFi
  • Dining table
  • Bedroom with en-suite bathroom
  • Separate toilet
  • Bedding and towels included

Location details of this flat for rent in Brussels

This flat for rent in Brussels is very close to the European institutions. Ixelles or Elsene is an exclusive neighbourhood whose activity revolves around the wide and leafy Avenue Louise, an avenue flanked by exclusive boutiques and chic restaurants. The modernist buildings that dot the entire area are also famous. Posters from the belle époque are exhibited at the Ixelles Museum. The Art Deco Flagey Cultural Center overlooks the Ixelles Ponds and hosts concerts of classical and jazz music. For its part, the immense Bois de la Cambre park has areas of grass, lakes and forests.

Bois de la Cambre

The Bois de la Cambre or Ter Kamerenbos is an urban public park on the edge of the Sonian Forest in Brussels, Belgium. The park lies in the south of the Brussels-Capital Region. It is linked to the rest of the municipality by Avenue Louise/Louizalaan, which was built in 1861, at the same time the park was laid out. The park comprises a small lake with an island in the centre, called Robinson’s Island. 

The park was laid out by Édouard Keilig, a German architect. The place quickly became a popular recreational area for the people of Brussels, comparable to the Bois de Boulogne in Paris. In addition to its many promenades, it hosted a dairy, a velodrome, a theatre, an artificial boating lake, as well as a racecourse. Queen Marie-Henriette, the wife of King Leopold II, often went riding in the park. The horseman’s battle bronze group at the entrance is the work of Belgian sculptor Jacques de Lalaing.

Avenue Louise

In current times, the Avenue Louise is known for housing some of the most exclusive retail stores such as Louis Vuitton, Cartier, etc. It is the most expensive piece of real estate in Belgium. It also hosted one of the first department stores in Belgium, the “Innovation” or now called “Galeria Inno”. During the Second World War, it was the headquarters of the Gestapo. The construction of Avenue Louise was commissioned in 1847 as a monumental avenue bordered by chestnut trees that would allow easy access to the popular recreational area of the Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos. The name was chosen in honour of King Leopold II‘s eldest daughter, Princess Louise.

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Best area in town

Perfect for digital nomads & teleworkers

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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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