A stone's throw from the Parc du Cinquantenaire, mansion dating from 1870 on a plot of ± 16 acres including the main house with a paved courtyard and a landscaped garden, an independent house, stables and a double garage. The main house of ± 600 m² is composed as follows: on the upper floor, an entrance hall leading to an office and a dining room, a living room overlooking the garden, an office and its wc/cloakroom. On the first floor, a master bedroom and its garden terrace, an adjoining bathroom and a dressing room, two bedrooms, a shower room. On the second floor, four bedrooms and two bathrooms, an attic over the entire surface. On the mezzanine a kitchen, its back kitchen, double access to the garden, several cellars. Opposite the courtyard, an outbuilding of ± 150 m² includes a kitchen, a living room, two bedrooms and their adjoining bathrooms. A superb south-west facing wooded garden. Others: Ceiling height ± 3.7 m, facade width ± 30 m, open fire, marble entrance, parquet floors, moldings, period fireplaces, vaulted cellars, oil and gas boilers, carports, water well . The Cinquantenaire district is pleasant and green, close to the Park. It offers easy access to public transports (Mérode or Schumann Metros). For any further information, please contact Vincent Verbruggen on +32 (0) 486 402 541.