King Leopold III's Historic Estate in Brussels, Belgium

This historic estate in Brussels, Belgium, was built in 1929 and once belonged to King Leopold, III. Its 300 acres include a castle, villa, 12 garages, a chapel and a science lab. The main home has several grand reception rooms, multiple dining rooms and a library.

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Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Immobiliere Le Lion, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Historic Mansion Exterior and Lawn

The residence, built in 1929, has truly royal proportions, including 15 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.
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Estate Grounds With Tennis Court

It would be easy to get lost, wandering the over 300 acres. The estate's outdoor offerings also include a tennis court, swimming pool and three ponds.
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Driveway and Gate House

An estate made up of over 300 acres in Brussels' Soignes forest has plenty to explore. Access its beautiful park from one of four entries. There are also three ponds, lawns for days and quiet, enclosed gardens.
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Historic Mansion and Fence

When it was the home of King Leopold III, the residence was known as Argenteuil. Reputedly, the gates outside are decorated with entwining Ls, for Leopold and his wife Lilian.
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Iron Gate and Historic House Exterior

The estate once belonged to King Leopold III of Belgium, which explains why it includes enough buildings to house the whole royal entourage. There is a castle, a villa and 12 garages.
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Orange Foyer and Wood Stairs

Originally built in 1929, the house still has many special architectural details, like this staircase's carved handrail.
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Orange Hall With Arched Ceiling

Nearly a century old, the castle still has many of its original architectural details, and was restored in the early 2000s.
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Green Reception Room With Bird Mural

The king will see you now.... The house includes several grand reception rooms; this one features beautiful murals with nature scenes.
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Dining Room With Green Curtains

Of course a home this grand must have more than one dining room. This one comes with access out to the grounds.
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Wood Paneled Dining Room With Red Curtains

The dining room feels ready for state dinners with its imposing wood paneling and enormous size.
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White Kitchen With Chandelier

Feasts fit for a king were certainly whipped up in the home's large kitchen.
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Green Historic Library With Red Sofas

The house has a wealth of lovely architectural details, such as the molding, arched windows and built-in bookshelves found in the library.
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Tan Sitting Room With Orange Curtains

Many of the rooms features the same stately fireplaces and pretty parquet floors seen here.
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Historic Estate and Grounds

The property is designed to make sure a king and all his men would have plenty of room. The buildings include a vast castle, 12 garages, a separate villa, a science lab and chapel.
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Historic Estate and Forest

The vast estate encompasses over 300 acres of forest and parks. There are also a chapel and a laboratory on the property (studying natural sciences was one of the king's hobbies).
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