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Jac. P. Thijsselaan 2 2101GJ Heemstede

Asking price € 2.295.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
403 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
2.972 m²


Architecturally built detached thatched villa "De Rietvorst" in Heemstede.

In the leafy Grotstuk overlooking the Ipenrode estate, near Groenendaal hiking forest, the Amsterdam Water Supply Dunes, beach, Heemstede-Aerdenhout railway station and excellent primary and secondary education located detached thatched villa "De Rietvorst" 1939 architect J. van Erven Dorens on a good sized plot of 2,972m. Swimming pool Groenendaal, several sports facilities, the Raadhuisstraat with a weekly market and the Binnenweg with a variety of specialty shops are within 5 minutes cycling. The historical 775 year old inner city of Haarlem with the Stadsschouwburg, the Philharmonie, the Teylers- and Frans Hals museum, as well as the main roads to Amsterdam, Schiphol, The Hague and Alkmaar are only 10 minutes away by car.

Parcel description
The villa is so situated on the plot that the garden has optimal depth on the south. The garden is beautifully landscaped and includes a water feature, several terraces, one covered with an area of 38m and overgrown with vines, a large lawn with borders. Along the southern boundary of the plot is a pergola covered promenade and in the grounds are two protected majestic brown beeches, a stone outbuilding and ample on-site parking.

Property description:

Ground floor: Covered entrance 3m, vestibule with cloakroom 6m, cupboard, hall 22m with a free height of 7,60m and with a beautiful oak staircase with bay window over 2 floors, vestibule, toilet with washbasin, hallway 15m with cross vaults, arched doors and 2nd entrance, the living spaces are accessed by Tudor doors, garage 33m with electric door, kitchen 26m with mosaic floor and various equipment, w.o. 3-burner induction hob, extractor hood, convection oven, microwave, dishwasher, covered terrace with vines and adjoining dining room 32m with oak floor and convectors, beautiful living room with beamed ceiling 40m (with wood from "the palace on the Dam"), central gas fireplace and three convectors, library/study 45m with round bay window.

Basement: In the staff area of the house, a carved oak spiral staircase leads to the basement with wine cellar 18m and boiler room 12m.

1st Floor: Landing 9m, billiard director's room 21m with built-in washbasin, study men's room 18m with semicircular balcony 19m overlooking Ipenrode estate, corridor to bedroom area 9m, master bedroom 24m walk-in closet 4m, landing, bathroom 11m with bath, shower, double washbasin, ironing/laundry room 12m, 2nd bathroom with shower, wc, washbasin, guest room 14m (formerly two bedrooms), spiral staircase to parterre and cellar.

2nd floor: Attic/storage room approx 35m with fixed stairs.

General information:

- Construction year: 1939. - Total living area: 403m . - Contents buildings: 1,838m.
- Plot size: 2,972m.
- Electricity 12 groups, 1x 3-phase, 2x RCDs.
- Mostly double glazing.
- Partly mechanical and partly natural ventilation.
- Boiler Remeha Quinta 2018 with coupled Nibe boiler.
- Arched doors and Tudor style doors.
- Computer controlled sprinkler system with its own well.
- Thatched roof under maintenance by Molenaar Rietdekkers.
- Magnificent oak parquet floors.
- Open views all around from the house.
- Delivery in consultation.
- Well worth your visit.
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Floor space
403 m²
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2.972 m²


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Jac. P. Thijsselaan 2 2101GJ Heemstede

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Heemstede is a municipality and a town in the province of North Holland. Heemstede was formed around the Castle Heemstede, which was built overlooking the Spaarne River around 1286. Before 1296, Floris V, Count of Holland, granted Heemstede as a fiefdom to Reinier of Holy. During the 14th century, a village formed near the castle, which was destroyed and rebuilt several times in this period. A resident of this castle was Adriaan Pauw, who bought it in 1620. In 1653, Bennebroek split off from Heemstede, becoming a separate fiefdom.

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