The most recent addition to our coliving homes is Morton Place Louise. This grand Brussels “Maison de Maitre” features a few two rooms suites that are a good alternative to furnished apartments in Brussels, with a large bedroom and a separate work or reading area. Push open the imposing wooden door of this 19th century home to discover a warm, traditional atmosphere. We sourced the furnishings from antique markets throughout Belgium and Scandinavia giving each room it’s own eclectic decor. The house is built around an inner patio, features include a large kitchen, dining and tv area a home office, a guest room for visitors, laundry room and bike storage.
FURNISHED ROOMS IN BRUSSELS: OUR SELECTION
Vintage furniture gives each room its own individual style. Annexe, courtyard or cityview rooms of various sizes many with balconies yet each have their own character. Two suites include separate office space. Rooms have a private bath, very high ceilings, large double height windows, painted wood floors, triple closets, a comfy reading chair, double bed, vintage desk and desk chair.
Do I have to pay extra for utilities?
No, everything is included in your package. This includes all utilities, as well as the required TV licenses and subscriptions too. We also provide cleaning of the communal areas twice each week.
Will I have to share a bathroom?
No, all of our Brussel apartments provide individual tenants with their own fully furnished room and a private en-suite shower room.
What happens when I arrive?
We do everything to make sure your first day goes smoothly and you are comfortable. When you get to your apartment, your house manager will be waiting to help you settle in. They will explain everything to you and answer all of your questions. Once you have moved in, on the first Thursday, we arrange welcome drinks for you so that you can get to know your new community.
Will I make friends?
A lot of people worry about making friends, especially if you’re moving to Brussels from abroad. Our Brussels apartments are known for being very friendly and sociable. Residents often go for after-work drinks together.
How do I report an issue with the apartment?
There is a group where you can report any maintenance issues. We will fix these problems throughout the day, while residents are working, as this minimises the disruption.
Can friends and family stay over?
You will be pleased to know that our Brussel apartments all have guest rooms available should your friends and family wish to visit.
We design beautiful shared homes for international professionals in Brussels. Co-living is an alternative to a soul-less serviced apartment or an unpredictable Airbnb.
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