In the center of Leuven, this generously sized suite offers privacy and the comforts of a large home. The historical townhouse has a large living lounge and a big kitchen. Toilet down the hall, bathtub/shower room is shared upstairs. 2 lovely cats
Large space (ca 30m2) in a late renaissance townhouse in the city center. You have access to a large bedroom and a private working/seating room en-suite to the bedroom. This well-restored gem is one the the oldest houses in the city. A few minutes walking from Grote Markt and Oude Markt. Guests have access to the toilet down the hall and there is a shared bathroom with a bathtub/shower upstairs. A well equipped kitchen is at the disposition of guests as is the garden if the garden room door is open and the living room. The living room is large and cozy, offering both privacy and the option to mingle. I love design and my previous listing was featured in an interior decorating magazine.
The style of the suite is an intriguing yet soothing mix of vintage and new, all with an African twist. The mural and canvas picture are equally reflecting of my love for the great outdoors. The large (read enormous) desk is optimal for academics or working professionals. If you are noise sensitive, note that the room faces a one way street and that there are smaller but calmer rooms in the house.
Note the cats, let me know of allergies and I'll give the room an extra sweep, but understand that I can't guarantee an allergy free stay as they are an integral part of this home.
Older houses like this have a lot character and this house was built for the needs of 17th century people. You'll have to appreciate it for what it is, authentic and rustic. The toilet is just down the hall but the bathroom is on the 2nd floor. These kinds of houses usually don't fit the spotlessly clean brief of modern listings and it is a shared house, so please be considerate in doing your dishes, not spending an hour locked up in the bathroom at peak hour, no shouting etc.
Access to spacious living room, kitchen, bathroom etc
I'm a social person and my home, the living lounge especially, reflects this in a cosy yet non-intrusive way. I live to travel, alone or with friends, anywhere and everywhere. The rooms around my house pay tribute to my love for Africa and nature and feature an eclectic yet soothing mix of old world and new. My idea of luxury is a tent in the Serengeti, but equally I'd sell my soul for a good vintage find in lower Manhattan.