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As soon as you enter this apartment for rent on Rue des Cygnes, you’ll be wondering if this is really only a 1-bedroom or a 2-bedroom apartment. The master bedroom and shared bathroom are tucked away just to the left, past a cozy hallway, but the generous open-concept kitchen, dining and living room area has one more trick up its sleeve and conceals a sizeable additional sleeping area behind a freestanding divider wall, with two single beds and an open wardrobe. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances, including a dishwasher, while the living area welcomes you with a large sofa and a flat screen TV. Wood floors add warmth to the entire space. A very large terrace extends just outside, with a table and chairs where you might enjoy having breakfast on a warm summer morning.
Ixelles is one of the most central neighborhood in Brussels, and it’s often considered one of the most welcoming and friendly because of the large population of ex-pats, as well as European and African immigrants. You’ll uncover delightful cafés around every corner, and if you’re a fan of architecture, art deco buildings and several art nouveau houses designed Belgian architect Victor Horta, can be found in the area. If you love shopping, a 15-minute bus ride will get you to the Galerie d'Ixelles shopping arcade, where you’ll find lovely shops and boutiques, books and even some specialty food items that you can take home to try out new recipes in your new apartment!
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Ixelles: Based on the south of the city centre, this wealthy and culturally diverse area is home to many European and Congolese immigrants. Its history dates back to 1196, with the foundation of the Abbey of La Cambre. In the heart of Matongé, you will be able to find two famous shopping centres - the Galerie d’Ixelles and the Galerie de la Porte de Namur, which can provide you with everything you might need to have a comfortable life. Stroll around the famous Ponds of Ixelles, pick up a "gaufre" or a glass of wine at the outdoor market, and enjoy the scenery. With over 45 nationalities, it’s one of the most diverse and exciting neighborhoods in Brussels, perfect for those missing home and wanting to hang out with expats from their own country! The district is also a home to Vrije Universiteit Brussel as well as Universite Libre de Bruxelles!