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Aleid van Malsenlaan 26 2628LE Delft

Year of construction
2000
Floor space
146 m²
Number of rooms
6
Lot size
157 m²

Description

Within walking distance of the university TU Delft, the historical centre of Delft and the train station, you’ll find this modern house with a large living, a semi-open kitchen and 5 spacious bedrooms. The house is located in the quiet Koningsveld residential area near the Schie canal. The motorway (A13) is less than 5 minutes by car away.

This house is well-insulated and equipped with 12 solar panels on the south and west sides of the roof, resulting in an energy bill of the current inhabitants of merely 70 euros per month.

On the ground floor you will find a spacious living room (partly 3 meters high) with a semi-open kitchen. The modern kitchen (2015) is equipped with a large stove and oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and dishwasher.

From the living room with a glass front there is access to the lovely garden with back entrance. The garden includes a terrace and a free standing wooden shed (with electricity).

1st floor: Delightful spacious bedroom over the entire width of the front of the house. Another large bedroom located at the rear of the house. Modern bathroom (2015) with a bath, separate shower, washbasin and toilet. 2nd floor: Light spacious bedroom over the entire width of the front of the house. Two smaller bedrooms located at the rear. Also located here is the heating system (CV combi-boiler (2017)), space for the washing machine and the inverter for the 12 solar panels on the roof.
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Features

Overdracht

Entry date
15/3/2019-15/3/2019-15/3/2019
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Bouw

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2000

Oppervlakten en inhoud

Floor space
146 m²
Lot size
157 m²

Indeling

Total number of rooms
6
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Aleid van Malsenlaan 26 2628LE Delft

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Delft

Delft has a historical inner city. In Dutch history, Delft is mainly known because William of Orange resided in the city from 1572, and was murdered there in 1584. Ever since, members of the Dutch royal family are usually buried in Delft. Delft’s nickname is the ‘City of Princes’. Delft and the royal family have been connected for hundreds of years. It is the city where the ‘Father of the Fatherland’ William of Orange took refuge in 1572, after his flight from Breda, and where he was murdered twelve years later.

During the Golden Age, the economy, art and science were booming in Delft. The city played an important part in the establishment of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in 1602, and became one of the six cities where the VOC located one of its Chambers. The world-famous Delft Blue emerged in 17th-century Delft, and famous Dutch masters such as Johannes Vermeer, Pieter de Hooch and Carel Fabritius lived or worked here. Delft was also an important city for scientific research during the Golden Age. Several scientists from Delft, including Hugo de Groot, Reinier de Graaf and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, are still internationally acclaimed for their work.

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