The landlord prefers to rent to tenants around 25-35 years of age and does not allow guests in the bedrooms.
The landlord requires a 2 month security deposit.
Situated in the beautiful neighborhood of Schaerbeek, this 3 bedroom apartment is extremely spacious at 120 m2. Shared areas of the flat include the living room, decorated with classy pieces of furniture, the fully equipped kitchen with an oven and dishwasher, balcony with gorgeous views, a complete bathroom, and two toilet rooms. As the landlord prefers tenants who are around the age of 30, these rooms would be perfect for young professionals who want to live in a large shared flat in a calm area, close to public transportation. The neighborhood of Schaerbeek is a multicultural suburb with beautiful streets. The Josaphat Park is a few minutes' walk away and there are various tram, bus, and train lines within a 10 minute stroll from the apartment.
This apartment is located on the 6th floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. It has central heating and central water heating. You can dry your clothes on racks inside the apartment or on the balcony. Wi-Fi is installed and activated. Tenants are responsible for paying TV fees.
A few minutes' walk will take you to the Meiser train station, from where you can take a direct line to Brussels-Luxemburg station. There are various bus and tram lines within a 5 minute walk as well.
The English speaking landlord does not live on the property and requires 2 month rent as a deposit. Smoking is not permitted and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by bank transaction. The landlord prefers to rent to tenants around 30 years of age and does not allow guests in the bedrooms.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Students, Erasmus
Schaerbeek: There’s a lot more to this multicultural district than just its “City of Donkeys” nickname. While donkeys can still be seen in the Josaphat Park, this neighborhood also features beautiful cherry tree lined streets. This suburb is often crowned as an equal to Notting Hill, but it beats the famous London district in its reasonable real estate prices. The western part of Schaerbeek is a home to a Turkish community and the Moroccan, Spanish Congolese and Asian communities also seem to prevail here. While the district hosted only 600 people in the 16th century, it’s now home to almost 130,000 inhabitants. Numerous of art deco and art nouveau houses can be found here, including the Maison Autrique and the town hall. The Josaphat Park is a great escape into the nature!