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Javastraat 40 2585AP Den Haag

Asking price € 2.195.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
493 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
328 m²


Extraordinarily beautiful, listed town house, built in 1860. This Government protected building, which is extremely generously-sized, with a total living space of approx. 493 m, has lots of original period features, a sunny, 20 metre long back garden with rear access from the Burgermeester Marijnenlaan via a large garage and a storage shed, a rear terrace and a cellar. The location is perfect, on the edge of the Archipel and Willemspark neighbourhoods, close to several parks, the beautiful Hofkwartier, public transport and connecting highways.

Very spacious entrance hall on the ground floor, then an enormous lobby with marble floor tiles, a decorative ceiling and the meter cupboard, housing an extensive fuse box, the gas and electric meters, as well as the alarm unit. The large front room is approx. 6.34x6.02 with a herringbone-patterned parquet floor and a decorative ceiling. From the lobby there are double, glass panelled doors through to the central hallway and hall, which also have marble floor tiles and an ornamented ceiling, then a very grand staircase with storage space under the stairs, a modern cloakroom with a wall-hung WC and a hand basin, a closet to hang coats and then a door down to the cellar, which is approx. 4.75x4.35, and houses the water pump. 2 steps lead to the rear room, which is approx. 4.93x4.50 and has a fireplace, a decorative ceiling, and access to the shower room, which has a fitted sink and a door out to the garden.

Further, from the central hall, glass panelled double doors lead through to an enormous kitchen diner that is no less than 9.52x3.78 (approx.), set out as a professional, stainless steel kitchen with all the necessary fittings as well as a stainless steel cooker hood, a portable kitchen unit with cupboards and a wooden worktop, a second stainless steel worktop with 2 sinks, marble floor tiles, integrated lighting and two double doors out to the sunny, 20 metre long (approx.) town garden that is west-facing and has several little terraces, borders and access to the big storage shed, approx. 6.64x3.61, which has rear access onto the Burgemeester Marijnenlaan and a garage which is approx. 6.64x4.90 and has an up-and-over, remote-controlled door.

Then, back inside the property, from the central hall, stairs lead up to the 1st floor which has been fitted with beautiful herringbone-patterned parquet flooring throughout. The landing has the original period feature ceiling, a gadget to open the front door, a modern cloakroom with a wall-hung WC and a hand basin, a utility cupboard, a further cupboard with a worktop and a stainless steel sink, as well as plumbing for a washing machine. The large back room to the side of the property is approx. 3.96x3.83 and has a decorative ceiling and a fitted cupboard. The very grand, spacious, L-shaped suite of rooms is approx. 12.10x6.43/6.22 and 4.32x2.15 with two black marble fireplaces with an open fire, decorative ceilings, a ceiling height of approx. 3.56, a unit to separate the rooms with panelled doors, and French doors out to the spacious loggia / back balcony, which is approx. 6.22x2.60.

Stairs lead up to the 2nd floor, which is also fitted throughout with classic herringbone-patterned parquet flooring. The landing has its original period feature ceiling, a gadget to open the front door, a modern cloakroom with wall-hung WC and hand basin, and a large, fitted cupboard. The beautiful suite of rooms is approx. 12.10x6.19 and has decorative ceilings, plenty of fitted cupboards, and a unit with 2 fitted cupboards and sliding doors fitted with stained glass windows separates the rooms. There is a front room to the side of the property that is approx. 4.69x2.52, and a big, classic bathroom that is approx. 5.48x3.81 with a double walk-in shower and drain, a jacuzzi bath, a marble bathroom unit with 2 sinks, cupboards and a mirror, a big sauna, a tiled floor, a heated towel rail, integrated lighting and access to the boiler room that houses the Remeha Quinta central heating unit that is linked to an ACV boiler, as well as a mechanical ventilation unit and the control panel for the sauna.

An internal door leads to stairs up to the top floor where there is an enormous back room, approx. 7.55x6.79, with 2 dormer windows, exposed wooden beams on the ceiling and a wide-planked wooden floor. The modern cloakroom has a wall-hung WC and a hand basin, and the shower room has a fitted sink, mirrored cabinet, a heated towel rail and a tiled floor. There a 2 front bedrooms, approx. 4.34x4.29 and 4.34x4.34, respectively with a dormer window and a wide-planked wooden floor.

Additional information:
- s-Gravenhage section P number 1673
- Size: 328 centiare
- Leasehold has been fully paid off
- Built in 1860
- Listed building
- Government protected cityscape of the City Centre neighbourhood
- Living space in accordance with NVMs measuring instructions: 493 m
- Back garden: approx. 150 m
- Shed with rear access: approx. 24 m
- Garage with up-and-over door: approx. 32 m
- Remeha Quinta central heating system with a connected boiler from around 2013
- Solar panels
- Fully double glazed
- Roof and floor insulation
- Alarm system
- Old property, materials and non-resident clauses apply
- Available immediately
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