MODERN DETACHED LIVING IN RURAL JISP!
Who would not want this wonderfully quiet, rural living in the picturesque Jisp and then also a house with a new foundation which has been completely restored and partly newly built. The façade is restored, so that the original character of the galanterie (here articles of fashion and taste and elegant trinkets were sold) shop is again well reflected with a modern extension at the back with many windows that provide wonderful light in the house. is.
The house is located on the beautiful ribbon development of the village with its alternating buildings of farms, single-family houses, country houses and beautiful monuments.
Via the main entrance on the side you enter the spacious hall with stairs to the 1st floor. In the hall, the meter cupboard is equipped with modern machines, gas meter and water meter and access to the toilet and utility room with washer / dryer connection, preparation for a kitchen unit and the technical installation for the central heating system and mechanical ventilation. The L-shaped living room is oriented towards the front. The front facade will be restored as it used to be. In the middle is the entrance that is slightly behind the front facade. At the back there will be a large extension with a lot of glass. For example, the right side and the back have windows so that there is a lot of light entry. Here you also have a real kitchen with sliding doors to the spacious, sunny backyard.
Jisp originated around 956. At that time, people lived from fishing, because they had an open connection with the sea, hunting and some small livestock. Jisp was nominated around 1200 to become the capital of the Netherlands because of the prosperity that prevailed in the village. One of the first oil mills was the Walvisch and it was located in Jisp. After that many mills were built.
Around 1642 Jisp joined the Whaling trade and several tear distilleries were established. Around the 18th century there were many warehouses, bacon warehouses, cheese warehouses, etc. present in the village. In 1941 the first primary school was established in the village. Jisp continued to develop with wider streets through which traffic could pass. The land was subsiding and the ditches were not properly dredged. This resulted in smaller and smaller boats. The village is now characterized by its ribbon development and the beautiful monumental buildings and the nature that is present here. Jisp is located in the Wormer- en Jisperveld nature reserve. Here you can enjoy sailing and getting out and about. In the winter when it really freezes you have beautiful skating rides here, which is definitely recommended. It is a friendly village where you can live wonderfully and still have the big cities in the area. Jisp is like coming home and enjoying the peace and space.
If you want to live in a quiet village with peace and space, you should definitely take a look here.
The house is delivered casco (excluding bathroom, sanitary ware and kitchen)
Year of construction house: Circa 1906, restoration / new construction 2020
Contents of the house: Approximately 485m³
Living area: Approximately 145m²
Surface of land: 470m² own land
Living room / kitchen area: Approximately 65m²
bathroom: Approximately 6.8m²
bedroom: Approximately 15.6m², 7.8m², 11.2m²
Garden location: On average 7.5 meters wide and 27 meters deep
Insulation windows: Yes, except for the toilet window
Roof insulation: Yes
Wall insulation: Yes
Floor insulation: Yes
EPA label and class: Not yet available
Indoor maintenance: Good
Outside maintenance: Good
Kitchen: To be installed yourself
Special easements: None, see title deed
Heating through: HR CV combi boiler year of construction 2020
Rural location in beautiful Jisp
Restoration / new construction, HR ++ glass, merance window frames, underfloor heating on the ground floor
Where necessary, the old materials are replaced by new materials
New piping (electricity, water and gas)
Spacious living room with beautiful kitchen diner at the back
Three spacious bedrooms on the first floor
Spatial effect on the first floor as the hood remains visible
The contractor is B & N construction from Jisp
Parking on site or on the public site diagonally across the street
Living in almost a new guise with the nostalgic look of yesteryear
Beautifully landscaped garden
The village has its own primary school and football club
Conveniently located near Amsterdam, Wormer, Zaanstad and Purmerend (10 minutes by car)
The A7 is approximately 10 minutes by car
The bus line 121 runs through the village. This goes from Wormerveer to Purmerend.
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