On one of the sought-after avenues in Brussels, close to the Parc du Cinquantenaire, near the Rue des Tongres, a house with a gross surface area of ± 400 m² completely renovated by the architect Bruno Erpicum. Behind a facade of more than 15m long, this house nested in a beautiful garden including rare essences opens onto a terrace of ± 40 m², surrounded by nature. The back of the house opens onto a magnificent Japanese garden. Bathed in light, it is composed of an entrance hall with cloakroom leading to an open space composed of a kitchen, a dining room and a living room with open fire. A separate office completes the ground floor. The upper floor consists of a large hallway leading to 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms bathed in natural light. The basement consists of a multipurpose room of ± 45 m². Others: garage with direct access to the house, underfloor heating, electric screens, double flow, water softener, air conditioning, numerous dressing rooms. Around three monumental arcades, the beautiful Cinquentenaire park deploys its 30 ha and its three museums, to the delight of the inhabitants of the neighbourhood, who enjoy its greenery and its location in the heart of Montgomery. For any further information, please contact Jean-Marc Delcroix +32 (0) 474 740 807.