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Glaskloksingel 61 2614SJ Delft

Asking price € 965.000 

Year of construction
2014
Floor space
208 m²
Number of rooms
8
Lot size
269 m²

Description

Unique Water Villa…

- A house with an unprecedented sense of freedom where you have a different view every day.
- Where you experience the weather influences and nature up close.
- Where your garden is the water.

All in all, a unique and energy-efficient home that cannot be found anywhere else in the Randstad.

The floating house is built in a pond of approximately 200x50 m, part of the required water buffer of the new construction project Harnaschpolder.

Optimal water experience from the spacious living room with sliding glass facade. By means of a split level you look from the kitchen, through the living room, to the water. The house has several rooms with a view over the water.

From the roof terrace with lots of privacy there is a view of the adjacent park. This project combines a real water and nature experience with a very short distance from the center of Delft. If you live in the beautiful, sleek house at number 61, you not only overlook this beautifully landscaped park, but you can cross the street with a few steps to take a nice walk. A special place in Delft where it is very nice to live. Perhaps also for you.

T-shaped house with 3 floors and several split levels. The dimensions are 12.9 x 10.9 x 9.30 m high.

Spacious living room and kitchen, 4 very spacious (with a possibility of 5) bedrooms / work rooms, two bathrooms, a large indoor storage room and a spacious roof terrace. The gross floor area is 272 m2.

LAYOUT
ZVA architects from The Hague designed this sustainable home. The walls have a very high insulation value (Rc> 7.5). Innovative heat exchanger that draws energy from the water in which the house floats to heat the house and tap water. The house also has a CO2-controlled heat recovery ventilation system.

The floating house is equipped with:

• Composite container with a 30-year manufacturer's warranty.
• Insulation of external walls and roofs with an RC value of> 7.
• SAPA aluminum 3-chamber system frames SHI class with HR ++ sun protection glass.
• Itho Daalderop CO2 controlled heat recovery ventilation system for every room.
• Durable EPDM roofing.
• Mandelige jetty VVE Eur 250, - annually.
• Optionally you can realize a floating terrace adjacent to the living room.
• Mandelige jetty VVE Eur 250, - annually.


The house is completely detached on a shared jetty, which offers extra privacy in relation to the street by means of a dyke, which is naturally covered by an ecological zone.

Parking is not fitted on site as this would affect the ecological zone and interfere with the unobstructed view of the water. Parking spaces along the road are reserved for the floating homes. The street is a dead end for car traffic and therefore quiet.

Is this the place where you want to enjoy the space and the green surroundings? Call us to make an appointment. We are happy to show you, taking into account all applicable measures.

SEE MORE?
ZO makelaars has made a beautiful virtual tour of this house, so you can look around 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Go to the special website glaskloksingel61 .nl to walk through the house.

INTERESTED?
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-25
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2014

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
208 m²
Lot size
269 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
8
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Glaskloksingel 61 2614SJ Delft

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Delft

Delft has a historical inner city. In Dutch history, Delft is mainly known because William of Orange resided in the city from 1572, and was murdered there in 1584. Ever since, members of the Dutch royal family are usually buried in Delft. Delft’s nickname is the ‘City of Princes’. Delft and the royal family have been connected for hundreds of years. It is the city where the ‘Father of the Fatherland’ William of Orange took refuge in 1572, after his flight from Breda, and where he was murdered twelve years later.

During the Golden Age, the economy, art and science were booming in Delft. The city played an important part in the establishment of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in 1602, and became one of the six cities where the VOC located one of its Chambers. The world-famous Delft Blue emerged in 17th-century Delft, and famous Dutch masters such as Johannes Vermeer, Pieter de Hooch and Carel Fabritius lived or worked here. Delft was also an important city for scientific research during the Golden Age. Several scientists from Delft, including Hugo de Groot, Reinier de Graaf and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, are still internationally acclaimed for their work.

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