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Meervlietstraat 9 1566TL Assendelft

Year of construction
Floor space
124 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
236 m²


Well maintained corner house with a surface of 124 m2 in Assendelft. The house was built in 1969, with expansion (2005) and 7 solar panels and has parking on site. The house consists of five rooms and a bathroom, with everything you need within walking distance.

About the neighbourhood;
The Meervlietstraat lies in the child friendly neighbourhood Delftbuurt. Sportfacilities, elementary schools and one high school are in walking distance, or accessible by bike. The Dorpsstraat with a couple of shops, supermarkets, cafes and restaurants, are also within walking distance. The NS-train station Krommenie-Assendelft lies only a 15 minute bike ride away, and has frequent connections to Amsterdam (25 min), Alkmaar (34 min) and Zaandam (13 min). The house is also easily accessible by car. Via various roads you are able to access the A22 and A9. The outside area of the neighbourhood is beautiful and perfect for long walks and the river Delft makes beautiful views.

Laying of the house;
Through the front door you enter a light, spacious hallway that gives you access to the toilet and living room with a modern kitchen attached. The living room on one side has a street view, and on the other side French doors that have access to the garden. The expansion (2005) gives you the opportunity to create a dining area close to the kitchen. The modern kitchen has everything you need like a built-in refrigerator, dishwasher, extra wide induction cooker with 4 zones and a Quooker.

First floor;
Via the stairs in the hallway you find your way to the first floor, with three bedrooms and a bathroom. One bedroom and the bathroom both are situated on the street side of the house. The bathroom is spacious and has a bath with shower, toilet and sink. The smaller bedroom with garden view would now also do very well as a home office space. The elder bedroom has a built-in closet with wooden doors and also has a garden view. There is a small space under the roof of the expansion, that offers the possibility of extra storage space.

Second floor;
The staircase on the first floor leads you to the attic. Where you also find extra storage space and the possibility of connecting the washing machine and dryer. It also gives you access to the last room, which is now used as an extra bedroom. The roof of the attic is insulated and the dormer placed on the southeast end of the house, makes the room more spacious and light.

The entire garden is tiled and lies on the southeast side of the house. This gives the possibility of long, sunny days in the summer. The French doors open up from the living room and lead to the terrace, a stone garage space and a back entrance. All the way in the back of the garden you find a cozy gazebo which is perfect for a second sitting area.

Expansion was built in 2005;
Property surface is 236 m2;
Tennis club and other sporting facilities are nearby;
Playground for children are around the corner;
The waters of De Delft are situated just behind the house for beautiful walks with views.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
124 m²
Lot size
236 m²


Total number of rooms
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Meervlietstraat 9 1566TL Assendelft

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Delft has a historical inner city. In Dutch history, Delft is mainly known because William of Orange resided in the city from 1572, and was murdered there in 1584. Ever since, members of the Dutch royal family are usually buried in Delft. Delft’s nickname is the ‘City of Princes’. Delft and the royal family have been connected for hundreds of years. It is the city where the ‘Father of the Fatherland’ William of Orange took refuge in 1572, after his flight from Breda, and where he was murdered twelve years later.

During the Golden Age, the economy, art and science were booming in Delft. The city played an important part in the establishment of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in 1602, and became one of the six cities where the VOC located one of its Chambers. The world-famous Delft Blue emerged in 17th-century Delft, and famous Dutch masters such as Johannes Vermeer, Pieter de Hooch and Carel Fabritius lived or worked here. Delft was also an important city for scientific research during the Golden Age. Several scientists from Delft, including Hugo de Groot, Reinier de Graaf and Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, are still internationally acclaimed for their work.

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