This two bedroom, two bathroom three story pet-friendly house is located in the vibrant city center of Brussels. There is one bedroom for rent, with king-size bed, on the second floor of the house with a good-sized ensuite bathroom. The other bedroom, on the first floor belongs to the landlord who shares common areas and courtyard on the ground floor. The street is welcoming and lined with terraced houses with facades full of greenery. A few minutes from the famous Place du Jeu Balle flea market, this is one of Brussels’ most popular shopping hubs, with bars and restaurants with outdoor terraces nearby which add to the lively city center atmosphere. The European Institutions are easily accessible from the house and Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles is less than ten minutes by bus or car. The room is 80m2.
This house has three floors and the bedroom with ensuite bathroom is located in the converted attic on the top floor, and it is not equipped with an elevator. It has gas heating and gas water heating. There is a laundrette closeby where clothes can be washed and dried. The minimum lease for this apartment is 150 days (5 months). WiFi is installed in the property and is installed.
The house is very well placed for transport links that will get you around the city in no time. Only a three minute walk from the house is Jeu Balle bus stop which connects with lines 27 and 48. Porte de Hal Metro is a 4 minute walk from the house where you will find metro lines 2 and 6. Gare de Bruxelles-Chapelle train station is an eight minute walk from the house, providing excellent connections around the city and country.
The English speaking landlady lives on the property and requires 1 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is permitted and pets are allowed. Rent can be paid in cash or by bank transfer
Suitable for: Professionals
Restrictions: This property is only for Professionals
From rebellion and uprisings to exporting luxury products, the city centre’s rich history, mixed with latest modern trends, will leave you with a long lasting impression. Many colorful and enchanting streets are just waiting to be discovered, along with plenty of charming shops and restaurants where you can sip on exquisite wine and watch the world pass you by. We mustn’t forget to mention The Grand Place, Brussels’ central market and one of the city’s most known sights. It’s easy to get lost in time here and spend hours watching people come together from various countries and backgrounds from the nearest cafe while enjoying a delicious Carbonade flamande, one of Brussels’ many famous dishes. The city centre is also known for its shopping streets - from various shopping galleries to streets such as Boulevard de Waterloo, Rue Antoine Dansaert, Rue Nueve and the City2 mall. Overall, this area will leave you with a satisfied belly, brand new clothes and plenty of new acquaintances.
The house is shared with landlady, an easy-going and independent female in her 30s. You will share the common areas on the spacious ground floor, separate bedrooms and bathrooms are on different levels, allowing for both independence and interaction (updated August 2015).