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Huizermaatweg 302 L 1276LJ Huizen

Year of construction
Floor space
70 m²
Number of rooms


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Affordable living in Huizen? This dream becomes reality with De Kluiz. The houses have been developed in the former Rabobank office. An ideal location if you want to live centrally, but want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the big city.

This apartment has a terrace of over 11 meters wide. So here you can really enjoy the sun at any time of the day. This is truly a gem, because it is also a corner apartment so you have windows everywhere. The living room with open kitchen has a robust appearance. The two spacious bedrooms both have windows.

> Living area: 70 m2
> Outdoor space: balcony 16 m2
> Energy label C
> Location outside of the house: West

> Rent is excluding energy, water and municipal taxes (such as sewerage charges)
> Deposit 2 months rent
> Owner's contract reserved
> Pets not allowed!

For a viewing of this beautiful object, please contact Linda Klaver, Assistant Register Broker and Valuer.
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Service costs
€   28 p/m
Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
New development
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
70 m²


Total number of rooms
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Huizermaatweg 302 L 1276LJ Huizen

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Huizen has an unexpected beauty, as it borders the Gooimeer (Gooi Lake) and is surrounded by the Gooi area’s beautiful scenery. Furthermore it has a rich history, the remains of which are still present and visible. In the 17th century Huizen used to be a village of farmers, with commons for their cattle. Many of these old farm houses still stand, surrounding the medieval Dutch Reformed Church in the town center.

In the 18th century Huizen developed into a fishing village with one of the largest fishing fleets around the Zuiderzee, which is now the IJsselmeer (IJssel Lake). When the IJsselmeer Dam was finished, so was the fishing industry of Huizen. Sons of fishermen retrained to be skilled craftsmen in the building industry, and fish traders applied themselves to cheese trading. Huizen still displays many relics of its history. In the past decades Huizen has developed into a modern town bordering the Gooi Lake, with a number of marinas, a lively shopping area in the town centre and some important tourist attractions.

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