The first thing you see when stepping into this house are the beautiful marble steps that lead up to a main staircase made of wood and adorned with wrought iron balusters. The house was built all the way back in 1889, and the existing structure was preserved as much as possible because it is part of what gives this house its unique character. We also preserved considerable woodwork because it contributes to the unique character of the place. The upcycled, vintage, and newly-acquired pieces of furniture intermingled with splashes of color create a cozy atmosphere.
The house is in a quiet neighborhood, but you don’t feel distant, as you can reach everything by walking or public transport. A park with a lovely view of the nearby fountain can be found at the end of the street, and if you walk a bit further, you will find yourself in Square Ambiorix, which is just seconds away from the famous European Quarter. If you’re ready to walk a bit, Brussels Park and Gare Centrale are around 30 minutes away. So if you want to rewind and get some rest, while still having easy access to all the fun, this is the place to be!