This landlord requires two months rent as a deposit and only accepts students
This residence hall offers four types of student rooms, or student kots, for rent. All rooms, regardless of the type, are fully furnished and have a private bathroom. Equipment provided in each room includes a single bed, storage space and a desk. The residence hall has a floor area of 125 sqm, and is equipped with central heating and Wi-Fi. Residents will share use of a common area featuring a kitchen and a dining table. The kots are located on Boulevard Géneral Jacques, in the neighbourhood of Ixelles, very close to the Free University of Brussels. Train station Etterbeek is only five minutes away, and Brussels City Centre is 20 minutes away using public transport. This vibrant multicultural area offers plenty to see and do, and you will find numerous shops, restaurants and bars within walking distance.
This residence hall is located on the first floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and central water heating. Wi-fi is installed and it is activated. A monthly advance of € 50 will be charged to cover utility bills. The landlord will provide a detailed breakdown of utility costs upon termination of the lease. Any difference will be refunded with the deposit.
Train station Etterbeek (long distance trains and tram lines 7 and 25) is five minutes away.
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires two months rent as a deposit. Smoking and pets are not allowed. Rent should be paid by bank transaction.
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
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!