Come relax in the middle of a protected duneland, in a fully renovated art-deco house from 1924 by the hand of architect Georges Vivenoy. The villa was the property of De Lijn, the Belgian coastal tram, for a long time. In the early 1930s, the family of the head of the traction station lived here with no fewer than sixteen children. At the end of the twentieth century, the building stood empty for many years, which ultimately resulted in its pitiful state. In the meantime, the villa was restored to its former glory and has received the status of a listed monument. The villa has beautiful details, like wainscotting, panel doors and bay windows.
The villa is situated fifty metres from the sea and beach. Children can play here freely in an enclosed garden, while the parents can enjoy a well-deserved holiday in peace. Breakfast outside, use the lawn without neighbours looking on and enjoy a barbecue in the evening with the whole family. What more could you want?
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