This is the place you like to be for your holiday in Antwerp!
In the middle of thé famous ANTWERP CENTRE ZUID, at the south corner of the LAMBERMONT SQUARE
Well equipped, monumental ground floor apartment from 1890' with high ceiling in an old merchant shipper house. In the middle of the museums, and trendy atmosphere. bedrooms are connected and you will have to pass 1 bedroom to go to the other.
The environment is very relaxed, with a lot of nice artistic cafés, restaurants, terraces, tavern’s at 100m. 'Delhaize' large supermarket at 200m.
This centrally located, charming, self catering accommodation in Antwerp is spacious.
The 19th century corner house has retained many of its original features which include beautiful, high ceilings and the apartment is located on the ground floor of this building.
It comprises a bathroom (with a shower, and lavabo),separated toilet, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, spacious living room and dining rooms and a city-garden.
The area around the apartment is the place tourists want to be when they come and visit Antwerp as it is in the middle of artistic residential area.
Nearby there are all kinds of little shops, cafes and restaurants. You can see the new Palace of Justice as soon as you step outside, and the Museum of Fine Arts is at 100m. The house is 500m from the old port of Antwerp. All other sights and the train station are only a tram ride away.
The apartment is located on the ground floor of the house. It has an area of 130m², 1.430sqf. access wireless high speed internet available.
possibility to rent the apartment with 2 bedrooms. 1 bathroom with shower and separated toilet.
Cable-TV, DVD, radio, well equipped kitchen (incl. dishwasher, ironing eq., microwave, 5 ring stove, oven, grill, toaster, pots and pans, table wear...),
exclusive access from the kitchen to the city garden (where you can eat outside in the shade).
LARGE FREE PARKING AT 200M: at 200M at the VLAAMSE KAAI / WAALSE KAAI you can park your car for free (0€)
also in front of the apartment (ticketservice at 10€/day) free from Saturday 10pm till Monday morning 08am and every night free from 10pm till the morning 8am.
public transport: TRAMS AND BUSSES at 150m
the CENTRAL STATION: 3km, easy with several trams and busses at 150m.
THE FAMOUS ZUID LAMBERMONTPLAATS: Less than 80 years after the start of the development of
the South neighborhood,
Statue and fountain at Lambermont Square
the decline started with the closure of the Hippodrome in 1958. In 1965 the South station was demolished, in 1968 the docks were filled and in 1973 the Hippodrome building was demolished as well.
Together with the loss of landmarks and harbor activity, many people left the area, also due to the deteriorating state of the houses. In 1990, only 23000 people lived in the area, compared to 50000 in 1920. Fortunately, the neighborhood survived: plans designed in the seventies by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill to demolish the whole of the South and replace it by a cluster of North side of the Filled-in docks
skyscrapers where never realized.