A house in Belgium, a shelter destination
Choosing to buy a house in Belgium implies playing the card of a shelter real esate destination which has a great deal to offer.
This country with multi-lingual traditions surprises the buyers of prestigious properties through the quality and diversity of its deluxe and versatile real estate offer. Traditional with affirmed characters, bourgeois, contemporary, design, deluxe houses for sale in Belgium, Flanders or Wallonia, have sprinkled on the outskirts of the European capital, those of main cities, villages and countrysides that are more and more coveted.
A villa next to the golf of Ravenstein (3080)
Real estate venues near the Royal Golf Club of Belgium convey more value to the surrounding properties. This family homestead, with the allure of a colonial villa, built in 1960 by architect Benoit Dodemont, is one of its symbols.
A landscaped and quiet residential setting
Etablished on a 4 700 m² plot of land, it spans a livable surface of 685 m², comprising 10 rooms: 1 living room with a 60 m² terrace, 1 dining room, 1 kitchen, 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 1 office, 2 parking spaces, 1 game room and 1 large outdoor pool.
Inside a Belgian house, in Brasschaat (2930)
North of the Belgian enclave dedicated to diamond dealers, this small township is the setting for a 1.4 hectare estate that sparks interest for deluxe villas for sale in Antwerp, and its neighborhood. This one was built on the ruins of the former Voshol castle.
A terrace alongside the garden
It is located inside a landscaped park and offers 900 m² of livable space, with 2 reception rooms, 1 dining room, 1 fitted kitchen, 6 bedrooms, including 1 parental suite, 4 bathrooms, 1 office, 2 parking spaces, 1 indoor pool and a voluptuous well-being space.
A property with a view on the fields, in Lasne (1380)
Deluxe houses for sale in Lasne are quite rare on the high-end real estate catalogs. It must be pointed out that this French-speaking community, at the heart of the Brabant-Wallon province, is quite keen on remaining discreet in order to preserve the intimacy of its residents.
A southern exposure
Built on a 2.65 hectares plot of land, this villa dating back to 1965 hides its assets well: 400 m² of livable space on 2 levels, 1 large reception room, 1 dining room, 1 fitted kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 cellar, 5 boxed-in horse stalls, 1 indoor pool and 1 jacuzzi.
Purchasing a Belgian home, in Rhode-Saint-Genèse (1640)
In the Brabant-Flamish region, the area around one of the prettiest avenues of this city is named Petite Espinette. It's in this hamlet that one discovers a pretty family homestead, located on a 3.6 hectares perfectly oriented plot of land.
A large converted attic
Offering 550 m² of livable space, this home comprises 8 rooms, 2 living rooms, one with a fireplace, 1 kitchen with a breakfast corner, 1 dining room, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 1 office, 1 cella, 1 garage and 1 pool with a protective sun shutter.
The prestige of a Brussels residential district, in Uccle (1180)
The most elegant community of the Brussels-Capital region, Uccle features villas with uncomparable charm. All of Belgium dreams of owning an exceptional home in Uccle amongst the properties and estates that have taken root at the heart of its beautiful parks.
A lush and calm environment
This totally renovated family home is a very good opportunity. On a 3.5 hectares plot of land, it comprises 652 m² of livable space divided into 8 rooms including 1 living room with a 50 m² terrace, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 cellars, 1 parking space and 1 equipped studio.