A unique monumental corner property built in 1902 comprising of 9 rooms. Decorated with original ornament-ceilings, panel doors and stained glass. Behind the typical façade lies a true spacious family home of 291 square meters divided over three floors. The property is ideally located in one of the most prestigious and coveted streets of Benoordenhout, the preferred residential area of The Hague. It has been renovated in 2004 whilst preserving the typical ambiance of the early years of the past century.
It has a sunny and charming backyard, with its own street access. Adjacent to the backyard is a garage (which is separately offered for sale).
The location is ideal as it is very close to Public Transport (The Hague Central Station is only 10 minutes’ walk) and has good access to the major highways leading out of The Hague. The property is close to major international organizations (Shell HQ, ICC and Peace Palace) and top-notch schools a/o The European Secondary School. The popular shopping streets of the Weissenbruchstraat and van Hoytemaplein are at walking distance. It is biking distance to the beach and Scheveningen (harbor).
Entry with draft separation. Ornament ceiling, meter cupboard, and two Jugendstil glass window swing-doors which open up to the spacious hall. The draft separation hall and kitchen are (Dutch style) black & white tiled. Adjacent a spacious ¾ bathroom and central heating closet.
A spacious dining room with Jugendstil stained glass windows ornament ceilings and facet glass paneled doors leading to the living room with open fire and spacious Breakfast Corner with swing doors leading into the backyard. Dining Room, Living Room and Breakfast Corner each have parquet floors. Next to the Breakfast Corner is a spacious tiled Kitchen with built in equipment (Boretti stove with two ovens and seven burners; magnetron; the hood is built in the original fireplace. The Umbria wall tiles are decorated with one off bird images. In the adjacent scullery is the entrance to the spacious wine cellar (>500 bottles). A grand stairway in the hall leads to the first floor.
Passage, ½ bathroom, closet for washer and dryer. Front room currently used as study with open access to large front bedroom with bay room decorated with stained glass offering a view to the Jan van Nassaustraat. Parquet floor and original ornament- ceiling; built in book case. Large Master bedroom with spacious walk-in closet. Adjacent a spacious full bathroom with extra deep bath and walk in shower; two separate sinks; large drying radiators; two swing doors leading to a large balcony. A stairway leading to the second floor
Passage with original stained-glass dome; half bathroom and shower with sink. A Front room currently used as Kitchenette and library leading into a spacious bedroom with two swing doors towards a balcony with a view downward towards the Jan van Nassaustraat. Storage room with access towards roof. Two additional bedrooms offering a view on the backyard and Weissenbruchstraat.
- plot in private ownership
- Square meterage: 291 m2; Capacity 1153 m3
- Energy Label: G
- For better part double glazed windows
- Original details have been for the better part preserved, combined however with up to date living comfort.
- Listed as “Rijksbeschermd Stadsgezicht”
- Recent structural report available.
- Given the age of the property so-called “ouderdoms and materialen” clause will be included in the purchase deed
- also a clause
Modern garage adjacent to backyard with remote controlled door and state of the art charging station for electric car. The garage has a separate cadastral plot. The garage is separately offered with an asking price of €95.000,- buyers costs.