From their initial 26 ares in 1924, the gardens now extend over an area of 1.2 hectares. There is a unity of style and period between the section designed by Jules Buyssens and the Art Deco house. 45 years later, Alice conceived the gardens of René Pechère (1908-2002) as an addition to the villa.
Once completed, the park consisted of 6 spaces: the Picturesque Garden, the Rose Garden, the Large Rose Garden, the Labyrinth, the Garden of the Heart and the orchard. This green haven in the heart of Brussels can be visited all year round.
Discover the history of the Gardens’ renovation: