Home to a booming art scene and fashionable neighborhoods such as Ixelles and Uccle, many well-heeled individuals call Brussels home. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the captivating city comprises both historic architecture as well modern and contemporary design flair. Join us as we travel through the world-renowned city and explore exclusive homes.
An Anglo-Norman style mansion originally built in 1900, this estate was entirely renovated in 2010-2011; the finishes are elegant, modern and comfortable. All floors have elevator access, while reception areas are composed of different lounges and a very bright dining room that leads to “Belle Epoque” veranda with exceptional visuals. The mansion, features seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a games room and a concierge house.
Located in the Prince d’Orange area, this beautiful contemporary villa designed by Marc Corbiau consists of over 1,000-square-meters of living space. The house offers five large bedrooms, each with their dressing room and bathroom, an office, library, separate studio with its own entrance, and a garage for six to seven cars and car elevator. This home is a bright, contemporary and original villa in the heart of a green environment.
A beautiful residence built in 1928 on 6,000-square-meters of private park, it was completely renovated in 2005. The house offers over 1,000-square-meters of living space spread over three levels and offers elegant reception areas totaling about 300-square-meters. A tranquil swimming pool with a lounge deck and Jacuzzi adorn the manicured grounds. This prestigious property is ideal as a main residence or for an embassy.
This modernist masterpiece in the Bauhaus style was designed in 1928 by award-winning architect Édouard Taelemans. Renovated between 2011 and 2013 by the architect Erpicum, the interior design has been modified in order to create a game of light and space between the different living spaces. A showcase of strictly pure architecture and minimalism, this home is ideal for the art-lover.