Impressive, 8-roomed “Statenkwartier”-style town house with an eye-catching, top-of-the-range sunroom that was added to the living room in 2018 making the total living space of the property approx. 239 m˛, which is spread across a spacious suite of rooms with high ceilings, a kitchen that has been broken through with a very clever combination of original period features and luxury equipment, six good-sized bedrooms and two modern bathrooms. This charming town house has a front and a back garden, all the necessary period features and, above all, it is perfectly located in the middle of the International Zone, on a side street off “the Fred” where there is a wide choice of small-scale, family-run restaurants, cafés and delis, as well as nationwide chain stores, and specialty stores.
Front garden with space for bikes and a spectacular wisteria plant that over the years has reached right up to the roof. The front door leads into a lobby with the meter cupboard, stained glass top windows, a granite floor and then an internal door through to the hall, which has the same granite floor, a cupboard for coats, a cloakroom with WC and hand basin, and then stairs down to the 10 m˛ cellar where there is plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. From the hall there is a classic suite of rooms, approx. 15.30x4.05, with fitted cupboards, an open fireplace with a marble mantlepiece, a sliding door unit to separate the rooms, 3.10m high decorative ceilings, herringbone-patterned parquet flooring, a bay window to the front with stained glass top windows and a dining room to the rear with French doors that open out onto a professionally landscaped Japanese-style garden, approx. 6.30/3.90x6.20. What sets this town house apart from others is the sunroom extension off the kitchen which allows lots of natural sunlight to stream into the house and it is fitted with a roof window that can be opened with a remote control, and underfloor heating. The sunroom is attached to the kitchen, approx. 3.37x2.86, which has a black, 6-burner Boretti gas cooker with a double oven, underfloor heating, the original, period feature crockery cupboard, a granite worktop, a dishwasher and a fridge.
From the hall there are stairs up to the first floor landing where there is a separate WC, two rooms that have been broken through to form one spacious bedroom to the front, approx. 4.86x4.06, with French doors out to the front balcony, a walk-in closet and the side room that has been broken through is an additional 2.64x2.07 (approx.) and has been fitted with a wall of wardrobes. To the rear there is a further spacious bedroom, approx. 6.34x4.06/3.25, and a bathroom, approx. 3.35x2.77, fitted with a roll-top bath with claw feet, beautiful tiling, a sink hidden in a fitted cupboard and a walk-in shower.
From the landing, stairs to up to the second floor landing where there is a big skylight, a side room to the front, approx. 2.84x2.05, a bedroom to the front, approx. 4.07x4.05, with a dormer window and a fitted wardrobe, a bedroom to the rear, approx. 5.45x4.07, with a fitted wardrobe and French doors out to the rear terrace which stretches along the full width of the property, approx. 6.34x1.96. Finally, the second bathroom is approx. 2.95x2.05 and is fitted with a walk-in shower, a fitted sink, a WC and a heated towel rail.
- ’s-Gravenhage section AK number 2634
- Plot size: 156 m˛
- Freehold - Built in 1909
- Government protected cityscape of the Statenkwartier neighbourhood
- Fully double glazed throughout (except the stained glass in the bay window)
- Extensive electric wiring and fuse box
- Nefit central heating combi-boiler
- Old property and materials clauses apply
- Handover date can be discussed
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