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Borgerweg 17 2111CG Aerdenhout

Asking price € 1.775.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
191 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
1.430 m²


Outside = Inside and Inside = Outside!

In the heart of Aerdenhout, on shady Borgerweg, is this charming thatched detached villa (1930) with an also thatched garage with attic (standing height) on a spacious plot of 1,430 m2. In 2012, the villa was completely renovated by the current owners, extended and modernised using high-quality materials. The ample living area on the ground floor has playful height differences and windows on three sides extending to floor level and with three large sliding doors. This has created a very beautiful daylight entry in the house, with a seamless transition from exterior to interior, nature becoming one whole with the building.

The wonderfully light extension on the ground floor is modern and tastefully combined with the existing house. The three broad sliding doors open onto the large South terrace (37 m²), that has the same height differences as the floor of the living room, considerably increasing the dimensions of the ground floor optically.

This excellently maintained villa ‘Shelter’ has an attractive, very light living with glass om three sides, a wood-fired fireplace, an open-plan kitchen, a separate TV/piano room on the ground floor, 2 bathrooms, 3 bedrooms on the first floor and a 4th bedroom on the second floor. In a word: this is the perfect place for a family with growing children, but also a very convenient house for an elderly couple. The new residents can unpack their moving boxes and immediately enjoy the luxury and comfort this wonderful house has to offer.

The house is located near arterial roads: Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport and the Hague are only 30 car minutes away. Shops for everyday purchases are just around the corner, as are the Heemstede-Aerdenhout railway station with an excellent connection to Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport and The Hague, while the village cores of Heemstede, Overveen and Bloemendaal and the 750-year old centre of Haarlem offer a choice of restaurants, shops, bars and theatres at 20 minutes cycling distance. Villa Shelter is 6 km from the beach, the sea and the beautiful Zuid Kennemerland National Park.


Ground floor: entrance, vestibule 5.5 m2 with wardrobe space, hall 6 m2, separate room/pantry, 3.5 m2 with connection for washing machine/dryer and fixed cupboards, spacious toilet with fountain, entering a spacious living room via a sliding door, 90 m² with wood-fired look-through fireplace, a floor with height differences, partly divided into a dining and a living area by two open cupboards, and an open-plan kitchen. This room has a poured floor with floor heating and three large sliding doors to a South terrace of c. 37 m2. The open-plan kitchen has a flush island with a bar, 1.5 sink, fusion (quooker) and is equipped with various built-in devices including a four-burner gas cooker (with wok burner), combi microwave, hot-air oven, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge, and a sliding door to a TV/piano room of 13 m2 provided with strip parquet, look-through fireplace, sunken cellar closet with electricity, gas and water meter. From the hall staircase to…

First floor: landing 6.5 m2, bedroom 12 m2 with dormer and two built-in cupboards, study 11 m2 with a door to the balcony (6.4 m2), bathroom 4 m2 with walk-in shower, master bedroom 20 m2, walk-in closet and glass sliding door to bathroom, 7.5 m² with dormer provided with walk-in shower, double washbasin, toilet and floor heating. The first floor is fully provided (except for the bathrooms) with oak strip parquet. From the landing an open staircase to…

Second floor: bedroom 16 m2 with dormers, central heating cupboard/storage wit heating installation and heat exchanger.

Garden: entrance gate, driveway with ample parking space, spacious front garden, freestanding thatched garage with attic, self-supporting covered bike shed in the rear of the garage, side garden, back garden offering privacy and sun and with a large terrace.

• Year of construction 1930.
• Living area: 191 m².
• Content of buildings: 732 m³.
• Plot size: 1,430 m².
• Thatched roof 2012.
• Energy performance label A.
• Sprinkler system.
• Electricity: 10 groups with 3 ground leak switches and power current.
• Heating and hot water provision by combination boiler Intergas (2012) and heat exchanger.
• Convectors ground floor in extension.
• Child-friendly neighbourhood.
• Near schools, shops, sports accommodations, public transport (railway station) and arterial roads.
• Centre of Haarlem, beach and dunes within cycling distance.
• In 2012 completely renovated, extended and modernised.
• Turn-key!
• Delivery in consultation.
• More than worth your viewing!
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Floor space
191 m²
Lot size
1.430 m²


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Borgerweg 17 2111CG Aerdenhout

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Aerdenhout is a small town in the municipality of Bloemendaal. Located in the dunes between Haarlem and the popular beach town Zandvoort, it ranks as the wealthiest town in the Netherlands. The village Aerdenhout is dominated by many stately homes and villas, each with a unique style or architecture, and mostly built in the period 1920-1930. It is a very well-known villa district located in the dunes of Zuid-Kennemerland. Sandwiched between important connecting roads, you will find the most spacious villas in the area. The villas feature beautiful spacious gardens that connect seamlessly to the surrounding greenery. Besides the beautiful homes, there are a number of exciting things to do in Aerdenhout, from historical sites to cultural attractions. Because of its good location in relation to connecting roads, you’re at the beach or in the city-centre of Haarlem in no time. At only 30 minutes by car you can already be standing in Amsterdam, Schiphol or The Hague. The ideal location for commuting and still living in the beautiful nature of Zuid-Kennemerland.

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