About us & shared accommodation in Brussels

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MORTON FAMILY

The Morton family have been investing and developing residential and commercial property for three generations. After a brief stint in investment banking, I took over after my father’s retirement and focused on developing shared accommodation in Brussels. Morton Place is the result of my personal experiences of successful, and sometimes less successful, shared housing. The result is stylish and welcoming shared accommodation where memories are made.

Note saying welcome home with Morton Place Logo.

HOUSE MANAGER FOR SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN BRUSSELS

Our house manager is the first person to greet you when you arrive in Brussels ensuring your room is ready, explaining the wifi, directing you to the nearest supermarket and announcing your Welcome Drink.  You will quickly get to know your housemates and settle into house traditions such as movie nights, family dinners or spontaneous drinks. Privacy is important to the success of shared accommodation in Brussels, so our house manager doesn’t live on site. A message on the group chat warns you when the house manager will be in to wait for a repair or drop off some flowers for the house.

Someone making a bed

INCLUDING THE CONVENIENCE OF HOUSEKEEPING & MAINTENANCE

Our residents lead busy lives of work, travel and fun, without always time to take care of the boring stuff. Yet dirty dishes in the sink can be the downfall of shared accommodation in Brussels. We schedule weekly or biweekly housekeeping so you come home to a house that is fresh and clean. The handyman stops by on request to fix any leaky faucets, replace light bulbs in the very high ceilings or help build an extra chest of drawers. The laundry room includes multiple washers, dryer and an ironing station. Cleaning equipment is also free to use. Light maintenance and housekeeping are included in your rental costs.