In Brussels, Chant d’Oiseau district is located in the municipalities of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre and Auderghem. Occupied by the Forêt de Soignes at the beginning of the 19th century, this district subsequently underwent a phase of urbanisation. Stretching from Woluwe Park to the Chaussée de Wavre and the Avenue de Tervuren, the Chant d’Oiseau is increasingly attracting a family and European population. Let’s go for a visit in this very residential area.
You are therefore in the east of the municipality of Etterbeek, north of Auderghem and south-west of the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert district. Chant d’Oiseau district is crossed from one side to the other by the Avenue du Chant d’Oiseau. Numerous streets with bird names are home to small, sought-after houses.
Notre-Dame Des Grâces, a neo-Romanesque church, the Villa Gosset, an Art Deco building dating from 1928, the Saint-Julien church in the south-west of the district, the monumental organ, all these buildings add a certain cachet to this district. Stroll along the quiet streets lined with hedges and small houses, all named after birds such as cormorants and albatrosses in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre and canaries and peacocks in Auderghem.
Living in Chant d’Oiseau neighbourhood in the Brussels-Capital Region means living as an eco-responsible citizen. You will find two collective composting sites. In order to promote more sustainable consumption, a regular local market takes pride of place. In Chant d’Oiseau district, you can take advantage of eco-driving courses, bike shelters for your bicycle trips and a bike caddy loan service. To study the insulation of each house in this Brussels district, thermography is a method used to detect areas of heat loss inside each home.
Let’s continue towards the east of Chant d’Oiseau district. There, the magnificent Woluwe Park, perfectly maintained by Brussels Environment, is open to you. Bordered by the Mellaerts Ponds, you will discover a peaceful place for your morning or Sunday walks. You should also know that this district, close to the centre, is the one that is most spared from aircraft noise.
What to do in Brussels in Chant d’Oiseau district? We suggest 10 relaxing activities to try in the Chant d’Oiseau:
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