This listed building, once the former head office of the Labour Party, oozes character. No wonder; this townhouse was the first project of Jos Cuypers and commissioned by his father Pierre. Notice the timber framing and the extraordinary tile panels. They depict muses and have been produced by the firm Villeroy & Boch. The eclectic architecture of the property, with its stained glass windows and bay windows, is spectacular.
In the past two years, the property has been thoroughly redeveloped inside. It currently contains eight elegant, comfortable apartments. Combining clean lines with classic design. Modern facilities and characteristic details. This apartment is so much more than just a great living space. This is ultimate comfort in which space, light and quality are key.
The building features an elevator. The parking in the Byzantium offers parking spaces.