Located in the sought-after neighborhood of Markgrave, this mansion of ± 574 m² in art deco style with a garden was designed by the architects Jan Vanhoenacker, John Van Beurden and Jos Smolderen in 1925. The entrance opens onto the first floor with its spacious entrance hall and wide staircase with an office space at the front. The living room with original parquet and authentic fireplace has direct access to the fitted kitchen and the sunny terrace and garden. The entire first floor includes the master room with terrace and spacious bathroom. The second floor offers 3 bedrooms with a bathroom. The third floor contains a spacious multifunctional room with bathroom. The souterrain has a laundry room, storage room and wine cellar opening onto the garden. Other: passenger lift with access to the second floor. Possibility of 5 indoor parking spaces. The Markgrave neighborhood with its monumental facades and large avenues was aimed at the wealthy middle class in the 19th century. Located close to the center, and yet green thanks to two parks, the neighborhood is easily accessible through various access roads such as the Antwerp Ring or the A12. For more information, please contact Talia Werner on +32 488 255 255.