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A touch of Belgian living culture has emerged in the exclusive zoo district: behind stylishly laid out front gardens and characteristic brick facades with their iconic gables and typical lattice windows, high-quality interiors are hidden away from all conventional standards.
Artfully laid herringbone parquet, natural stone bathrooms and light Carrara marble in the entrance area meet the highest demands on a luxury property not far from Düsseldorf city center.
The Flemish painter and namesake of the popular Düsseldorfer Straße would certainly have enjoyed architectural features such as a hallway that allows a view into the kitchen through a small window, small balconies and terraces that lead into the spacious gardens. In the middle of the city and yet in the country – Rubensstrasse combines the advantages of living in a big city!