Brugwacht 132, Leiderdorp
Magnificent thatched villa situated along the water with private mooring place
This characteristic and specious semi-detached villa with indoor garage was built in 1997. The back of the villa is situated along the widest part of the “Leysloot”, tributary of the “Dwarswatering”. The latter leads to the Kagerplassen or the city centre of Leiden in one direction and to the “Does” in the other direction. The back of the house has an unobstructed view of the walking and sports park “de Bloemerd”. Shops and schools are also located in the immediate vicinity.
The house has a living surface of 195 m2 and a plot surface of 288 m2 with a great garden facing southeast. The mooring place at the back has a width of approx. 7 metres. There is also water at the front side of the house. You reach the entrance by means of a wide fixed bridge and a beautifully landscaped front garden.
Notice: it is currently allowed to place additional windows or a dormer window on the second floor thus allowing the creation of extra bedrooms and a bathroom.
Layout: Entrance, spacious hallway with meter cupboard, modern toilet with sink. The indoor garage (approx. 20 m2) can be accessed from the hallway and is provided with heating, water and electrically operated door.
L-shaped living room of approx. 45 m², (gas) fireplace and patio doors leading to the back garden. Spacious open kitchen equipped with all the usual equipment.
First floor: Landing with loft. Two properly sized bedrooms at the front, separate toilet with sink on the landing. Very spacious and modern bathroom, provided with shower, bathtub and sink. Spacious bedroom at the back with a great view of the water and green areas.
Second floor: Large open attic space with setup location for the central heating installation and the washing machine and dryer. This space can be easily renovated and turned into 1 or 2 additional bedrooms. The space already has a Velux skylight.
The back garden is beautifully landscaped with a terrace, a wooden storage space, a decorative garden and the wide mooring place along the water.