An English manor house nestled in the forests of Schilde, a Dutch-speaking village in Belgium
Hidden away in the woods surrounding the village of Schilde, this villa sports the same design features as an English manor house and is one of the crown jewels of the real estate market in this Dutch-speaking Belgian town.
English-style homes, which are known for their simultaneously elegant and eccentric designs, are popular in continental Europe. With their cosy atmosphere, beautiful materials, luxury furniture, flowery textiles, and upholstered couches, British interiors always serve up their share of delightful surprises as soon as you open the door.
The surprises of an English manor, in the forest of Schilde
Such is the case for this sumptuous, cottage-style villa, which is surrounded by a level, 2 900 m² plot of land. The home’s architecture is inspired by traditional country homes and features one floor of Burgundian stone. The entryway leads to a kitchen with a central island and dining corner as well as a well-lit living room complete with a chimney.
The perfect layout for kids and grown-ups alike
The home includes five rooms split across two floors. On the first level, the bedrooms feature chevron oak flooring, and each room has its own separate bathroom. An office is also tucked away on the same floor. Children can play in the dedicated game room, while adults can work out in the gym. This exceptional home comes with a number of great advantages!
Escape to the countryside in Belgium’s Flemish region
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