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Restored 1930s Villa With Sublime Stained Glass Asks $880K

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Location: Brasschaat, Belgium
Price: €790,000 (~$884,294)

Step inside this brick and steel Modernist villa in Brasschaat, Belgium, and you may be swept away immediately by the sheer sublimeness of its simple, dreamily-lit interiors. Designed by Eduard Van Steenbergen, a prominent figure in Belgian modernist architecture, this L-shaped house was built in 1934, listed for protection in 1995, and renovated in 2011. The interiors feature the intricate original stained glass windows (responsible for some magical, patterned light over the restored staircase), circular balconies, strip windows, ceramic tiles, wooden floors, and an overall muted, but warm palette.

Listed for about $880,000, the 2,800-square-foot house contains four bedrooms, with additional room for a two-story office. Systems are in place for two bedrooms and a kitchen, but it'll be up to the new owners to build those out.

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