UNIQUE AND SPACIOUS CORNER HOUSE BY THE DUNES, with no less than 420m² of living space on the historic estate of Sancta Maria. The beautiful property was built in 1938 in the Amsterdam 'school' style. In 2016, it was fully restored, inside and out. The home is located between trees, with ample sun exposure, and with a view of the public gardens, authentic pavilions, and the chapel towers. At the end of a long avenue lined with trees is the entrance, accessible through a private gate.
The plot area measures 554m², the living area measures 420m². Built in 1938-2016, capacity 2120m³.
This house is located in pavilion Bernadette and overlooks pavilions Anna and Theresia. These pavilions will also be completely restored in the near future. The exterior and interior are furnished with luxurious features such as high ceilings, floor heating, and wooden herringbone floor on all floor landings. This is an especially bright home in a sunny location. The ceilings on the ground floor and the first floor are around 4 meters high. In the attic, the ceiling arch is 7 meters high.
The spacious living room, equipped with a gas fireplace, offers a fantastic view thorough its French doors. On the other side is the modern kitchen, equipped with, among other things, the latest Siemens appliances. Doors open out to the beautifully landscaped garden. The ground floor is also equipped with an alarm system and camera surveillance, which is built into the ceiling.
The first floor has a wide corridor which leads to two spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom is situated at the front side of the house and features a walk-in closet and a large bay window. At this side of the house, one can watch the sun rise in the morning, through the many trees surrounding the property. At the back of the house is another large bedroom, which is currently used as a nursery. The luxurious bathroom on the first floor is equipped with a pale seamless floor, built-in faucets, a designer bathtub, a walk-in shower with a glass wall, and two designer sinks with cabinets underneath. A separate toilet is located on the corridor.
The feature element on the landing is the glass floor, which gives a view of the entrance. Together with floor heating, optimal insulation and state-of-the-art thermostat with analog and digital zone control, this glass mezzanine ensures that the large house is energy-efficient. Like the rest of the house, the entire first floor is equipped with floor heating.
The entire second floor is lined with an original beam construction, which runs all the way to the seven-meter-high ceiling arch. The beam, typical of the style of the building, adds character to the house. In addition to a stunning hall with numerous historical features, this landing also contains two large bedrooms which are fitted with Velux skylights. Also located on this floor is a second luxurious bathroom, which, like that on the first floor, has been designed with a pale seamless floor, a walk-in shower, a designer washbasin with built-in faucets, and a toilet. As with the bathroom on the first floor, the wall color in this bathroom can easily be adjusted if desired.
The basement is accessible through a fixed staircase. As with the other landings, the basement features underfloor heating and a herringbone floor. Also located in the basement, along with a wardrobe for coats and shoes, are two rooms which can be used for sports and relaxation or as an extra bedroom or playroom. The basement is also furnished with a sauna and a large storage space. All this in an atmospheric and spacious basement, with relatively high ceilings and daylight through numerous windows.
The garden is beautifully landscaped with various terraces and borders. Located behind the garden are two parking spaces which are accessible through a lockable gate. The terraces are located on the front, side, and rear of the home. As a result, at any time of the day, one can sit either in the sun or in the shade, however one may wish. In the morning, the sun shines on the patio in front of the house; as the afternoon passes by, the sun moves toward the side of the patio and then to the terraces in the backyard. The sun lights up the entire backyard, including the back patio, in the second half of the aft
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