Detached villa, "de Heerd", on a quiet lane. Designed by Government Architect G.C. Bremer and built as his own house in 1918. This villa was originally designed as two semi-detached villas which declares why the house has two house numbers and two entrances with two garages.
The center of Wassenaar is approximately 3 km away and the ''Meijendel'' nature reserve is around the corner. Kievietschool, Bloemcampschool, and Rijnlands Lyceum are within cycling distance.
side entrance, hall with original floor tiles, storage room (former toilet) cupboard under the stairs, dining room at the rear with built-in wardrobe and fireplace, spacious living room with fireplace, located at the front, double doors to the side garden and bay window with a view of the spacious front garden. Two kitchens next to each other at the rear, hall with toilet and second front door (number 10).
L-shaped landing, bathroom with toilet, shower and sink, separate toilet, rear bedroom, rear side room and two bedrooms at the front. Second landing accessible via the second staircase, bathroom with bath, sink and toilet, rear bedroom and two bedrooms at the front, the largest with a balcony.
landing, two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and plenty of storage space.
* Due to the beautiful architecture, this property has been included on the GIP list of the Municipality of Wassenaar;
* Oil tank has been removed;
* English country house style and set back position on the plot;
* This villa should be adapted to contemporary living requirements;
* Thatched roof is a screw roof and about 15 years old;
* The American and British schools are less than 10 minutes by car.
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