Plants, minerals and water mirrors

 © Isabelle Stevens
© Isabelle Stevens

Entering this beautiful 1930s house is like entering a secret oasis, an island protected by a magnificent chestnut tree, listed as a ‘remarkable tree’.  

Then, as you descend, you are guided by a series of small hanging flowerbeds, cascading down to the foot of the house. On the other side, an exotic garden leads to a wilder, flower-filled meadow, and at the far end, a mossy undergrowth will take you by surprise. In this garden, which evokes the wild beauty of the Irish coastline, Isabelle Stevens successfully combines very different decors. 


Sunday, June 2, 2024
Type of visit
Self-guided visit
10:00 > 13:00
Avenue Montjoie 36 A
1180 Brussels