1040 ETTERBEEK

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Etterbeek - Appartement penthouse avec vue sur le monde! Appartement cosy et perché offrant depuis ses baies vitrées une vue panoramique sur la ville à 180°. Cette lumineuse et joyeuse habitation est agrémentée d'une belle terrasse, véritable pièce supplémentaire! Disposée de part et d’autre des espaces de vie, cette dernière offre une répartition agréable de la lumière tout au long de la journée. Situé au cœur du Quartier Européen, de la place Jourdan et du Parc du Cinquantenaire , cet appartement avec une terrasse de m², au dernier étage profite d’un panorama éblouissant. Au calme absolu, dans un immeuble Art-Déco, vous entrez depuis le vestibule dans le séjour pour profiter d’un accès à la terrasse. Une charmante cuisine super équipée, elle aussi s'ouvrant sur la terrasse. Une belle chambre installée à côté d'une salle de bain, et une toilette complètent le plan. Quelques éléments Art-Déco d’origine rendent ce lieu de vie unique. Un stationnement couvert pour deux voitures pour 20K€ et une cave complètent ce bien. Vous pouvez vous rendre à Square Charles-Maurice Wiser par Bus, Train ou Métro. Infos & visite: Catherine Van Erp 0479.23.77.11 Rosace Immobilier www.rosace.be
Description du bien

A penthouse with a view of the world

In the dictionary, the word "penthouse" means a luxurious apartment built on the roof terrace of a high building. An Anglo-Saxon term for a borderless dream: that of a cozy, perched area offering a panoramic view of the city stretching out at its feet from its bay windows. When one thinks of a luxury penthouse, one necessarily thinks of a Hollywood star. We see Don Draper from the series Mad Men walking on the fluffy carpet of his New York apartment. It was in 1920 in New York, close to the clouds, that the first penthouses were built. Suites in luxury hotels or apartments on the top floor of grandiose buildings: prestigious homes reserved for the upper middle class.

The terrace is a real additional room in the property and increases the value of the property, provided that it is private

Benefiting from a double North-South exposure, this luminous and cheerful home is embellished with three terraces. Located on either side of the living spaces, these terraces offer

With its openings, it offers a pleasant distribution of light throughout the day and beautiful breaths sublimated by magical views.

Located between Henri Barbusse Park and the Ourcq Canal, this apartment with a 12m2 terrace, on a high floor of 56.41m2 Carrez, benefits from a seductive exposure and panorama.

In absolute calm, this space redesigned by architect benefits from a south / west exposure with large openings on all the height.

In the entrance hall, a vestibule with storage allows access to the living room open to the kitchen totaling 24m2 and enjoying an access to the terrace.

Two bedrooms on either side of the living room, a shower room with a laundry area, a dressing room and a water closet complete the plan.

The original architectural elements, the quality materials such as wood, cement tiles and the glass roof, combined with a sober and refined decoration make this place unique.

A covered parking space and a cellar complete this property subject to the status of co-ownership.

Subway: Eglise de Pantin at 650 meters

A penthouse with a view of the world

In the dictionary, the word "penthouse" means a luxurious apartment built on the roof terrace of a high building. An Anglo-Saxon term for a dream without borders: that of a cozy, perched area offering a panoramic view of the city stretching out at its feet from its bay windows. When one thinks of a luxury penthouse, one necessarily thinks of a Hollywood star. We see Don Draper from the series Mad Men walking on the fluffy carpet of his New York apartment. It was in 1920 in New York, close to the clouds, that the first penthouses were built. Suites in luxury hotels or apartments on the top floor of grandiose buildings: prestigious homes reserved for the upper middle class.

The terrace is a real additional room in the property and increases the value of the property, provided that it is private

Benefiting from a double North-South exposure, this luminous and cheerful home is embellished with three terraces. Located on either side of the living spaces, these terraces offer

With its openings, it offers a pleasant distribution of light throughout the day and beautiful breaths sublimated by magical views.

Located between Henri Barbusse Park and the Ourcq Canal, this apartment with a 12m2 terrace, on a high floor of 56.41m2 Carrez, benefits from a seductive exposure and panorama.

In absolute calm, this space redesigned by architect benefits from a south / west exposure with large openings on all the height.

In the entrance hall, a vestibule with storage allows access to the living room open to the kitchen totaling 24m2 and enjoying an access to the terrace.

Two bedrooms on either side of the living room, a shower room with a laundry area, a dressing room and a water closet complete the plan.

The original architectural elements, the quality materials such as wood, cement tiles and the glass roof, combined with a sober and refined decoration make this place unique.

A covered parking space and a cellar complete this property subject to the status of co-ownership.

Subway: Eglise de Pantin at 650 meters

Price: 375.000 €
Penthouse
1 ch.
75 m2
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General
Price 375.000 €
Number of Bedrooms 1 bdr
Number of Bathrooms 1
Address 1040 ETTERBEEK
Total Area 75 m²
Living Area 35 m²
Availability Onact
Construction Year 1939
INFO_FINANCIERE
Energy certificate
E spec requested
Comfort
Heating Not communicated
Elevator Yes
Kitchen name Not communicated
Window glazing Double glazing
Window frame Plastic
PLANNING_INFORMATIONS
Preemption Requested
Construction Permit Requested
Summons Issued Requested
Allotment Permit Requested
Destination Requested
Heritages No
Rooms