2 months' rent required as a deposit.
Special policies apply. Please check the Landlord Policies.
Professionals, interns, postgraduate students only.
This absolutely stunning house is located in the residential Schaerbeek neighborhood, and features high ceilings, wood floors throughout, and modern upgrades. The entire house is sunny, spacious and thoughtfully decorated and furnished. On the first floor you will find a lovely shared living area with a sofa, chairs, flat screen television, and decorative fireplace. A separate dining room features a large table and sideboard. The big, modern kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, gas stove, oven, small appliances and ample storage space. Here you can access the beautiful garden, with a deck, grill and lawn. There is more than enough space to host barbecues and enjoy in the warm summer months. Beside the kitchen there is also an independent laundry room with a washer, dryer, additional refrigerator, and toilet. The bedrooms are spread across the top three floors, and are all bright, spacious, and fully furnished. Each of the bathrooms, three of which are en suites, is modern and recently renovated. Rue des Compagnons is a lovely residential street close to a park and public transport.
This apartment is located on the first four floors of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. * Wi-Fi installed: yes * Wi-Fi activated: yes * Utilities: €105 per month
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 are just down the street.
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!