With a sturdy Corten steel facade and a classic gabled roof, this luxury town house overlooks the Albert Molhof in Buiksloterham. A more than comfortable family home of about 170 m2. With a garden with shed - and back - behind the house and an indoor balcony at the front. The rust layer on the front and rear facade protects the material inside, making it a very durable and exclusive material. Due to the dense corrosion layer, rusting of the steel stops and painting or a coating is not needed.
The layout is very pleasant and surprising. On the ground floor you will find all the elements for pleasant living. A spacious kitchen with sink island and a garden-oriented living room. The first floor not only contains a spacious bathroom with two full bedrooms, but also a workplace with the possibility to realize extra closet space. The eye-catcher is the indoor balcony.
On the second floor is the luxurious master bedroom with ensuite bathroom plus a huge and beautiful space to work. The XL windows that reach into the peaked roof give you a beautiful view of the square from behind your laptop. And all this under the gable roof, so with extra height. Extra handy: You can reach the backyard from the outside via the back path. You can store bicycles in the garden shed.
SOME FEATURES AT A GLANCE
• striking front and rear facade of Corten steel
• Ground floor has a ceiling height of approximately 2.85 meters
• Luxurious finish with, among other things, plastered walls and (flat) ceilings, wooden inner frames with flush doors (fully lacquered), tilt and turn windows, aluminum outer frames and black steel banisters
• two bathrooms
• High-quality tiles and sanitary ware
• Three bedrooms
• Plenty of space for home office
• Lots of natural daylight through large fronts
• Loggia first floor
• Garden shed
• Parking space for sale in adjacent parking garage
• leasehold for 50 years included
WORKING FROM HOME
After a day of work, you close your laptop and walk to your kitchen diner and put some tapas and chilled drinks on the table. Your evening can start right away. That is the great advantage of working from home. If you plan it right, you won't have to leave the house all day. But that would be a shame! There is always something going on in such an inspiring environment.
Living and working are combined throughout Buiksloterham. Space to make working at home possible is therefore an obligation imposed by the zoning plan. The workspace must cover at least 20% of the gross floor area. This space is already included on the second floor in the basic floor plan of this town house.
Living in a circular neighborhood means smarter use of energy, materials and their use. The architect understood that well. There are solar panels on top of the roof and balanced ventilation with heat recovery is used inside. But there's more. The facade of the house is provided on all sides with recycled material or material that is easy to recycle. In addition to a small CO2 footprint, this means that the materials are low-maintenance.
LIVING AT THE ALBERT MOLHOF
In the courtyard right in front of the town house, a green courtyard will be created with waving grasses, fresh bloomers, grass and several sustainable trees. Large boulders are scattered here and there that are used for playing or sitting.
A parking space is available in the adjacent parking garage. The purchase price free of charge amounts to € 35,000 including 50 years of ground rent.
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