Montgomery 1 is a modern expat rental apartment in Brussels It is a luxury furnished 1 bedroom short stay rental apartment. This apartment is great for expats that move to Brussels and are connected to NATO or the European Government. This short-stay rental is close to all major public transport stations as well as close to the above-mentioned institutions. The modern and luxury design of this cosy apartment makes it a perfect temporary home for expat and digital nomads alike. The apartment is great for the single expat or couple.
When you enter this cosy apartment, you immediately notice all the design features and furniture. This gives you a great feeling of luxury. The living room has a very comfortable design couch and a large flatscreen TV. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow a lot of natural light to penetrate the already bright living room.
Next to the living room, you will find the fully equipped kitchen that has all the tools for any culinary exploit. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, which is larger than the standard European double and a spacious built-in closet. All comfortable bedding comes included in the rental. The rental apartment in Brussels has 1 bedroom with a king-sized bed and a built-in closet.
This rental apartment in Brussels is located in the subsidiary of Ixelles or Etterbeek close to Montgomery Square. Located in the European quarter of Brussels, Ixelles is known for its diverse cultural melting pot. Besides the famous “Parc Du Cinquantenaire”, Ixelles also hosts another green lung of Brussels: Leopold Park
In a couple of minutes by walk, you find 2 metro stations and 1 tram station and also the apartment is near to the Parc du Cinquantenaire. In the direct vicinity, you can find plenty of good restaurants, supermarkets, metro stations and different bus stops, all in a few minutes walk.
Parc du Cinquantenaire
The Parc du Cinquantenaire is French for “Park of the Fiftieth Anniversary” or Jubelpark in Dutch is a large public, urban park of 30 ha (74 acres) in the most eastern part of the European part of Brussels.
Most buildings of the U-shaped complex, which dominate the park, were commissioned by the Belgian government under the patronage of King Leopold II for the 1880 National Exhibition commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Belgian independence. During successive exhibitions in the same area, more structures were added. The triumph arch was erected in 1905 replacing a previous temporary version of the arcade by Gédéon Bordiau. The structures were built in iron, glass and stone, symbolizing the economic and industrial performance of Belgium. The surrounding 30 ha (74 acres) park is full of picturesque gardens, ponds and waterfalls. It housed several trade fairs, exhibitions and festivals at the beginning of the century. In 1930, the government decided to reserve the Cinquantenaire for use as a leisure park.
If you want to know more about parks in Belgium you can visit our blog
Expats in Brussels
Brussels isn’t just the capital of Belgium, it is considered the capital of Europe because it houses most of the important European organs such as the EU Commission, NATO, etc… Being in the smackdown middle of Belgium, the capital is easy to move around Europe from. Besides the two national languages of French and Dutch (Flemish), you can easily get around in English or any other global language because of its vast diverse neighbourhoods.
Brussels is getting rediscovered by travellers and locals alike. The melting pot of cultures that Brussels has, can not be found anywhere else in Europe. Brussels consist out of multiple subsidiaries which have multiple different areas with different unique features. This makes Brussels the perfect home for anybody from any culture.
Best area in town
Perfect for digital nomads & teleworkers
Perfect for workers
Terrace or balcony
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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