When it comes to impact, few places can match this Bruno Erpicum-designed modernist property in Rhode Saint Genese, Belgium.
Located not fair from Brussels, this isn’t just one house, it is actually three pieces of minimalist modernism. all found on 50 acres of land and seemingly built into that manicured landscape.
If you are blown away by the exterior, check out the interior, which offers just as much drama, if not more so. Glazing dominates the design, with the outdoors pretty much in there with you. If that’s not good enough for you, each room has a terrace to take in that scenery first hand.
As for the houses themselves, the main house is made up of an entrance hall with guest cloakroom while on the floor below, you will find the large living room with ‘bow’ windows and terrace, a kitchen with dining area, a laundry and a bedroom (said to be ‘ideal for an au pair’) with bathroom, along with the garage.
On the ground floor is a large mezzanine overlooking the living room, which is used as an office leading to a guest bedroom with shower room. Three further bedrooms, each with a shower room and a terrace, are also here.
On the first floor is a large master bedroom with gas fire, bathroom and dressing room, plus another of those large terraces. Finally, the basement has an indoor pool of 25m connecting with the outside plus a bar and cinema, dressing room, wine cellar, technical room, cellar and large garage.
The second house includes a large office with terrace, with the basement hosting the laundry room and garage. In the third house is a large living room with terrace, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Other features include home automation, a garage elevator, underfloor heating and air conditioning. Everything you would want in a high end home and more.
Of course it isn’t cheap, as you probably guessed. Tp be the next owner of this place would mean an outlay of around €13,500,000.
Images and details courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.