Very beautiful, extremely charming, listed town house built around 1890 with a striking red brick frontage with bands of alternating coloured brickwork and a ground and 1st floor extension built across the whole width of the property, giving the building a huge total living space of some 336 m2. The property has many original period styling features, a sunny, south-west facing, 61 m2 (approx.) back garden, a 24 m2 (approx.) sun terrace and a cellar. Perfectly located in the Zeeheldenkwartier neighbourhood, between the Peace Palace and the Royal Stables with the delightful Anna Paulownaplein, the lively “Hofkwartier” area, public transport and connecting roads all very close by.
Entrance is on the ground floor into a spacious lobby with period feature ornamented ceilings and walls, a marble floor, the meter cupboard and glass panelled double doors through to the hallway with a marble floor and the original wall panelling, a cloakroom with a marble floor, WC and hand basin, a cupboard under the stairs, a spacious storage room and access to the big cellar approx. 6.08x2.99 where the central heating boiler is housed. The front room is approx. 5.05x3.18 and it has its original period feature ceiling; the back room to the side of the property approx. 3.37x2.09 has a pantry with an instant hot water boiler and access to the beautiful extension that stretches across the whole breadth of the property approx. 5.37x4.03 with a door to the almost 11 metre long sunny, south-west-facing, well landscaped back garden with little terraces and a wooden shed. Further, back inside the building, the former kitchen is now an office approx. 5.04x3.18 with the original tiled floor, fireplace and walk-in cupboard.
A grand staircase leads up to the 1st floor landing which provides access to this extremely beautiful storey that has been converted into one big space approx. 17x5.38, and in parts 3.29, with period feature ornamented ceilings and walls that are approx. 3.30 m high with wall panelling, a herringbone-patterned floor, covered radiators, 2 fitted cupboards and a display cabinet built into the front wall, 2 extremely beautiful fireplaces and access to the extended part of the building at the rear, which also has the same herringbone-patterned parquet floor and a big, glass back wall with a sun canopy. The conversion of this storey and the 2 fireplaces was done in the nineteen thirties by the former Royal Dutch Furniture Factory, H.P. Mutters & Son. The extension was added in 1992.
Stairs up to the 2nd floor landing where there is a cloakroom with WC; the spacious front room approx. 5.37x4.93 runs across the full breadth of the property with a marble fireplace and ornamental ceiling; between the rooms is a kitchen approx. 2.08x1.93 with a composite worktop, an oven, hob, cooker hood, stainless steel sink and a 2nd worktop; the big back room approx. 5.37x4.96 also spreads across the full breadth of the property and has a marble fireplace, ornamental ceiling and a wall of fitted cupboard with panelled doors all along one side; this room provides access to the shower room with a fitted sink unit and a door to the lovely south-west-facing sun terrace approx. 5.53x4.26, which has a sun canopy.
Stairs up to the 3rd floor where there is a light landing with a skylight; attic space approx. 3.08x2.88 with a boiler, a skylight with a “Velux” window and part of the floor is glass for extra natural light; modern cloakroom with a wall-hung WC, hand basin, integrated lighting and big wall and floor tiles; front room approx. 5.41x4.73 split into 2 spaces with dormer windows; bath and laundry room with a wall of fitted cupboards and place for the washing machine and dryer, a fitted sink, a bath and a hatch up to the loft, which extends across the whole of the property with a standing height of 2.15 metres; the back room is across the full breadth of the property approx. 5.41x5.08 and has a marble fireplace.
There is a parking space in the adjacent car park for sale for € 25,000.— with costs for the buyer.
- ‘s-Gravenhage section O 2662
- Plot size: 165 m2
- Freehold land
- Built in 1890
- Government protected cityscape of the Zeeheldenkwartier neighbourhood
- Remeha central heating system from 1981
- Windows are double glazed, apart from one window front grounfloor
- Living space in accordance with NVM’s measuring instructions: 336 m2
- Registered as a residential and commercial property
- Parking spot in the adjacent car park can be purchased separately for € 25,000.—with cost for the buyer
- Old property and environmental clauses apply
- Hand-over date can be mutually agreed upon
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