Sablon I mixed-use property
Located in the heart of the Sablon, is this +/- 340 m² bourgeois house built in 1894 by Belgian architect Ernest Delune. The house has 5 floors, 2 of which enjoy commercial use, currently used as an art gallery. The residential part comprises 3 floors and consists of a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a 20 m² attic.
The house will seduce you by its character, its dual use, its location (shops - restaurants - schools - public transport) and its historical elements (stained-glass windows - parquet - high ceilings - mouldings - original marble fireplaces).
Extra: alarm system, gas heating, intercom, Fichet Bauche safe, renovated cornices and roof.
Parking : possibility to park in the street or in theParking Albertine Square (3 minutes walk).
|Street frontage width||5.8 m|
|Living area||340 square meters|
|Surface of the plot||85 square meters|
|Connection to sewer network||Not connected|
|Gas, water & electricity||Yes|
|Accessible for disabled people||No|
|Secure access / alarm||Yes|
|Primary energy consumption||288 kilowatt hour per square meters|
|Reference number of the EPC report||20230307-TEST|
|CO₂ emission||Not specified|
|Yearly theoretical total energy consumption||Not specified|
|Planning permission obtained||Yes|
|Possible priority purchase right||No|
|Proceedings for breach of planning regulations||No|
|Flood zone type||Non flood zone|
|Latest land use designation||Residential area with cultural historical aesthetic value|
Asked price excluding notary fees (excluding eventual registration fees)
|Cadastral income||2590 €|
Found & Baker Brussel (IPI 515.365)
1050 - Elsene