2 months’ rent required as a deposit.
Additional fees payable on arrival. See Landlord policies.
This 1-bedroom apartment for rent on Avenue de la Toison d’Or is a fantastic space with a balcony and a great view from the 4th floor. Other than in the 1½ bathrooms, you’ll find beautiful wood floors throughout, as well as modern furnishings. The balcony can be accessed from the bedroom or from the open-concept living and dining room area, and there are also flat screen TVs in both spaces. The kitchen is compact, but so well designed that it’s not only equipped with all the necessities, but includes ample storage and a dishwasher, which is sure to make your life easier.
The apartment is located as close to the city center as you can get in Ixelles, which may not be the oldest neighborhood in Brussels, but is certainly one of the largest and busiest. All you need is to look down at the street from your balcony to get a sense of the its liveliness. There is a large presence of immigrants and expats in this upscale area, which adds to an already colorful atmosphere. If you’re searching for a more assorted array of foods and product, you might just find what you want in local boutiques, shops, markets and restaurants. Close to three different parks, there is plenty of green space to relax, and you might need to, because among other things Ixelles is a hotspot for nightlife!
Documents required (a work contract or student document is accepted)
Long-term stays of 12 months or more:
For stays of less than 12 months:
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!