Saint-Job, Brussels' little Montmartre

It is a lengthy neighborhood at the crossroads of two major zones: the Observatory and Dieweg on one side, and Prince d’Orange on the other. Its location is exceptional. Green and peaceful, this neighborhood in Uccle combines convenience, great restaurants, schools, and charming houses.

 

The district is bordered by Rue du Ham and Vieille Rue du Moulin to the east and Rue Wansijn to the west, with the central square and its shops to the north. The backbone of the neighborhood is Rue Montagne de Saint-Job, a charming little cobblestone hill with various paths. The most significant of these is Chemin Avijl, leading to the plateau of the same name.

If the square is the heart of the district, the Avijl plateau is its lung. Its 8 hectares of trees, small gardens, and vegetable plots constitute a rural green space of high ecological value. Furthermore, the site is home to a wide variety of fauna and flora, including many migratory birds, and represents a unique ecosystem in Brussels.

Another advantage of the area, in addition to the presence and proximity of numerous schools, is its good connection to the rest of the city and public transport coverage. With its east-west axis, which connects to the European quarter, the railway line has two stops near Saint-Job square. The first at Pont Saint-Job and the other at Vivier d’Oie. Tram line 92 will take you to all other neighborhoods in Uccle and the capital.

On Saint-Job square, every Monday morning, traders set up their stalls to the delight of regulars. The « village » spirit of this Brussels neighborhood does its work. Here, people know each other, greet each other.

Unlike its neighbor Ixelles, which is much less extensive, Uccle has few public squares, and Saint-Job square is certainly the largest. Suitable for festive events (fair, ice rink, football matches on big screens…), it is full of local shops, organic stores, butcher, baker, or larger chains.

Waterloo road, the shops of Vert-Chasseur and Fort Jaco are in the immediate vicinity, further expanding the commercial offerings of the neighborhood. If you decide to live in Saint-Job, you decide to want a certain quality of life.

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