Characteristic 1930s corner townhouse with a deep backyard and parking on site, located on a very generous sized plot of land of no less than 445m2. The mansion approaches the living experience of a detached house, because the living / dining room and the 4 largest bedrooms are all located on the 'outside' (side wall) and are therefore not in direct contact with the adjacent house. That free feeling is reinforced by the corner location and the very spacious front, side and back garden, which gives a lot of privacy and tranquility.
Because of the corner location and the extra windows in the side wall, it is a very light house. The sitting room is remarkably wide with a width of almost 5 meters. In short, a solid and striking corner townhouse which is not often on the market and the viewing is more than worth it!
The house is within walking distance of both Bergsche Plassen, the Lage Bergse Bos and the Rotte. The shops in the Van Beethovenlaan and the Bergse Dorpsstraat are closeby, so are nice restaurants and cafes. A bus stops almost outside the front door and tram line 4 is within walking distance. The NS train station Noord and Randstad Rail (including Meijersplein) are within cycling distance. And the arterial roads to Amsterdam and Utrecht are easily accessible.
Sports facilities (including golf, hockey, tennis, football, cricket, swimming and baseball) are located in the vicinity. There are many schools (childcare facilities, primary education, secondary education as well as an international school) within walking and/or short cycling distance.
Spacious entrance with stairs to the basement, toilet with fountain, spacious living room of approx. 10 metres in length, consisting of the sitting room at the front approx. 4.91/4.26x4.42m with fireplace (on bioethanol) and the dining room at the rear approx. 5.54x3.81m, kitchen, approx. 3.00x 1.90m, with various appliances such as an oven, refrigerator, dishwasher and induction hob. The kitchen has access to the back garden.
Landing with closet, toilet, spacious master bedroom at the rear, approx. 4.65x3.85m, with three built in wardrobes. Bathroom with double sink and bathtub. At the front a spacious bedroom/office, approx. 4.50x3.85m, with access to the balcony, third bedroom located at the front, approx. 3.10x2.00m.
Landing with access to all rooms. At the rear is a spacious bedroom over the entire width of the house approx. 5.95x3.98/3.54/1.95m with dormer, built in cupboards and washing machine and dryer setup (this is also possible elsewhere in the house). At the front is the fifth bedroom, approx. 3.55x3.20m, also with a dormer. Second bathroom, with shower and sink.
Attic room approx. 5.00x2.40m (floor area approx. 5x5 metres wide) with skylight and built in cupboard, accessible by a fixed staircase.
Divided into three compartments, 2 of which have reasonably good headroom.
Approx. 19.50x 10.00m, facing northeast, but because of the depth and the open space, the garden offers sun all day. Furthermore, the back garden has a back entrance and a spacious and very solid shed, approx. 4.92x3.18/2.26m.
Front garden/side garden:
Front garden approx. 13.00x 10.00m, facing southwest, including a terrace adjacent to the living room and parking space. Side garden, approx. 10.00x4.00m.
- year of construction 1938;
- located on 445m2 of private land;
- usable living area approx. 185m2 (in accordance with NEN 2580);
- usable surface area of other indoor space approx. 13m2 (in accordance with NEN 2580);
- external storage space approx. 13m2 (in accordance with NEN 2580);
- building-related outdoor space approx. 7m2 (in accordance with NEN 2580);
- partially fitted with double glazing;
- heating and hot water through central heating combi boiler
- sun blinds on the ground floor, both at the front and at the rear
J.J. van Oosten Makelaardij is the NVM agency of the seller. We advise you to use your own NVM agency to represent your interests when purchasing this real estate.
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This Measurement Instruction is based on the NEN2580. The Measurement Instruction is intended to apply a more unambiguous method of measurement for indicating the surface. The Measurement Instruction does not fully exclude differences in measurement results, for example due to differences in interpretation, rounding off or limitations when performing the measurement.