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Iepenlaan 14 1161TD ZWANENBURG

Year of construction
Floor space
300 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
969 m²


Detached characteristic 1970s villa at Iepenlaan 14 @Zwanenburg with almost 1000 m of land, 60 meters of garden and 300 m of living space

This brick and fully basemented seventies house in the heart of Zwanenburg is located on a beautiful plot, has a huge garden and a lot of usable space.

This architecturally designed house has its own driveway for several cars, an attached compact garage and the still characteristic seventies atmosphere with "clean masonry" and tiles in the house. The location near the center is convenient and the railway station Halfweg is also nearby. The house has an L-shaped living room of over 60 m with fireplace and sliding doors to the garden, a complete nineties kitchen of over 20 m with French doors to the attached multifunctional conservatory with a pond. Under the house is an approximately 88 m basement divided into four areas including a shower, a sauna and a washer and dryer connection. On the first floor are four bedrooms and a bathroom. On the floor above there is a storage attic with the central heating system. In the huge southeastern backyard are several terraces, storage rooms, ponds and a greenhouse.

This house (built in 1977) is situated on a plot of 969 m of private land and has approximately 300.2 m of usable living space (this includes the approximately 88 m large basement) and approximately 1141.7 m content (measured as well as possible) according to the Nen-2580 standard), this does not include the other indoor space, such as the attached garage of approximately 14.3 m and the pond of approximately 13 m and excluding the external storage spaces, such as the storage areas of approximately 5 located in the garden, 5, 9, 3.4, 7.1 and 4 m and excluding the greenhouse of approximately 17.7 m. These sizes are indicative. The energy label C has been issued for this property.

Front yard:
At the front of the house is a spacious 135 m large and sleekly designed front garden with its own paved driveway for the garage.

Ground floor:
Entrance with meter cupboard and split level to the spacious hall (approximately 18.6 m) with toilet and fountain, open staircase with landing to the floor.
The atmospheric living room of approximately 62.2 m with clean brickwork walls is nowhere big and has several spaces with places to eat, an L-shaped sitting room with fireplace with a sliding door to the garden.
Via a step you enter the open kitchen with various built-in appliances and doors to the conservatory and door to the hall with cupboard and door to the garden.
The attached glass conservatory now has a large pond, air conditioning and patio doors to the garden, but can easily be used differently.

1st floor:
Spacious landing with a corner bedroom of approximately 8.1 m at the front with windows on two sides, the bathroom of approximately 9.9 m between two rooms and is equipped with two sinks, a spacious shower, an extra large double bath with whirlpool, towel radiator and underfloor heating, rear left bedroom is approximately 13.9 m, the rear right bedroom is approximately 18.3 m and has windows on two sides, a fixed wardrobe and a space with sink, the front right bedroom is approximately 13.9 m and also has windows on two sides. On the landing is a separate toilet, but also a washing machine that opens into the basement and a hatch with loft ladder to the attic.

2nd floor:
The attic can be reached via a hatch with loft ladder on the 2nd floor with skylight, central heating system and lots of room for storage.

The full cellar of approximately 88 m with standing height of approximately 2.22 meters is accessible via a fixed staircase in the living room near the kitchen. The basement is divided into four spaces, almost all of which are connected by open entrances. In the room next to the stairs there is, among other things, a kitchen unit with a double sink, a washing machine and dryer connection and a door to an enclosed space of approximately 10.8 m, currently used as storage space. From the first room there is also a passage to the large basement room of approximately 44.1 m with four windows on two sides and a shower, fixed cupboard and a sauna. The adjacent space is approximately 16.8 m and is the space where the washing machine comes out.

The back garden is approximately 60 meters deep and offers a lot of privacy. The garden is located on the south east and has various terraces, storage rooms, ponds and a greenhouse.

This property has all facilities within a short distance, so are the primary schools, childcare, after-school care, sports facilities, supermarkets and other shops around the corner and the Halfweg-Zwanenburg station is also within walking distance. You can easily reach Amsterdam via the Haarlemmerweg and the connection to the A9 motorway that goes to Haarlem and Alkmaar, but also connects to the A5 motorway to Hoofddorp, The Hague and Amsterdam-Noord.

Do you want to add your own character to this characteristic seventies detached villa? Then you contribute to the enrichment of Zwanenburg. This very special property is situated on a plot of 969 m, has 60 meters of garden, 300 m of living space and is close to the Halfweg railway station. Contact us and we will take your time to show you all the corners inside and out.

Purchase price: € 795.000,- costs for the buyer

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Floor space
300 m²
Lot size
969 m²


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Iepenlaan 14 1161TD ZWANENBURG

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Zwanenburg is a town in the Dutch province of North Holland. It is part of the municipality of Haarlemmermeer, and lies about 11 km west of Amsterdam. The infrastructure linking its neighbouring town of Halfweg to Haarlem and Amsterdam was already quite good, so Zwanenburg became a true commuter town. Halfweg was also the site of a large sugar factory, first opened in 1863, that served as an employer for Zwanenburg residents for more than a century. For this reason, the history of Zwanenburg cannot be seen separately from the history of Halfweg.

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