Situated in the stunning Trompenberg villa district is this two-room apartment on the third (top) floor. The southwest-facing balcony offers a view of the wooded surroundings and the beautifully landscaped garden. This apartment is ideal for someone looking for a home in a serene area, but who also wants to be close to the city's amenities.
The small-scale apartment complex with a total of 26 residential units Parkflat ‘Theobroma’ was built in 1952 according to the design of architect M.E. Hartman by commission of the Philips company. The complex was specifically meant for the company's unmarried employees. The three connected components of the park building and the corresponding garage block were built in a style that is characteristic of modernist Post-War architecture are situated in Trompenberg villa district, part of the Northwest Village area. The apartment complex is a listed Municipal Monument.
‘Trompenberg-Noord’, the area in which the apartment complex is situated, is a spacious and leafy neighborhood, in immediate proximity to a range of amenities in Hilversum's city center and the NS Central Station. Goois Nature Reserve and Spanderswoud woods are directly adjacent to the apartment complex.
Layout: Characteristic entrance with the mailboxes and stairwell. Front door, restroom with a toilet and washbasin, meter cupboard, open-plan kitchen, living room with a gas stove, bedroom, bathroom with a sink and shower. Separate storage unit with lighting in the building's substructure.
- Active Homeowners Association
- Monthly service charges of € 121.00 and a contribution of € 45.00 for maintenance of the garden
- Communal bicycle parking on the ground floor
- On-lot parking
- Municipal monument, situated in the protected townscape ‘Noordwestelijk Villagebied'
- Closing upon mutual agreement, quick closing negotiable
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