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Nassaulaan 26 1213BC Hilversum

Year of construction
1938
Floor space
219 m²
Number of rooms
9
Lot size
753 m²

Description

Stunning detached villa with 5 bedrooms of 219 square metres with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a vast wrap-around garden of 753 sqm and ample parking space in the back of the house. The villa is situated in the popular “Schilderskwartier”, nearby the city center, (international) schools, the NS train station, heathlands and the shopping district, Gijsbrecht van Amstelstraat.

This detached villa was built in 1938, according to the architectural plans drafted by Nic. Andriessen. A remarkable aspect is that the home has retained many of its original architectural details, atmosphere and layout. Throughout the years, the home has been exceptionally well-maintained and is therefore in excellent condition. Nic Andriessen has designed many projects in Hilversum, including private villas, residential complexes, the St. Joseph Church and the International School building on Emmastraat.

Nic. Andriessen was active in the period when the New Building Movement (Nieuwe Bouwen) was on the rise in The Netherlands. He developed a highly personal style, and experts often consider his style as a combination of the Gooise villa style and Delft School architecture.

Characteristic for his designs is a specific type and size of bricks and masonry joints. His signature also includes structural features at the entrance, such as arches and the use of steel window frames, which was modern during that period.

Layout:
Entrance hall, hall, bright study, toilet with washbasin. The living space on the ground floor encompasses three rooms: a living room with a beautiful semi-circular bay window, as well as a stunning original fireplace, original sliding doors with stained glass and magnificent circular cupboards. Next to it, there is family room/tv room with two additional circular cupboards. Dining room with French doors leading to a patio in the back garden. All the three rooms are characterized by gorgeous solid wood parquet flooring. The semi-open plan kitchen is also directly connected to the dining room. The kitchen is quite elaborately equipped, including a full range of appliances. Next to the kitchen is a pantry with a back door. The property includes a large cellar for storage/wine.

A beautiful staircase leads to the first floor, which accommodates three bedrooms. The spacious primary bedroom is over 18 sqm and is fitted with a washbasin, 2 fitted wardrobes, a walk-in closet and a balcony. The second bedroom is also generous (16 sqm) and is fitted with a washbasin, a closet and opens to a balcony. The third bedroom/ study is 8 sqm and features a fitted closet. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, separate shower and a washbasin. Separate second toilet.

The attic is surprisingly large, and accommodates the fourth (19 sqm) and fifth (13 sqm) bedrooms. There is also a 2nd bathroom on this level, with a shower, washbasin and the third toilet. The lofts above the two bedrooms can be used for storage, but can also serve as loft beds.

The back garden faces the sunny west and is fitted with a sprinkler system, garden lighting and a pond. The garage can be accessed from the rear (Laan van de Heelmeesters) and is equipped with a remote-controlled garage door.

Asking price: € 1,475,000.00

The property features cavity wall and floor insulation, most windows fitted with double glazing/ storm windows and the solar panels are installed on the south-facing roof plane. The Nefit Topline central heating unit was installed in 2016.
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Status
sold conditionally
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By mutual agreement

Construction

Year of construction
1938

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
219 m²
Lot size
753 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
9
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Nassaulaan 26 1213BC Hilversum

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Hilversum

Hilversum is a medium-sized town in the Gooi area of North Holland. Hilversum is the Dutch media capital, and almost all national radio and tv stations are based here. But Hilversum is also famous for its flourishing architecture. The 1920s and 1930s were a particularly important period for architecture here. The world-famous town architect W.M. Dudok designed the town hall, school and office buildings, residential areas, ponds, roads and the sports park. The Beeld en Geluid (Visuals and Audio) building is considered to be Hilversum’s most recent architectural highlight. On top of all this, Hilversum’s many events, theatres, shops and cinemas contribute to making it a lively city. Hilversum is surrounded by beautiful nature. Just outside the city limits you will find expansive heathlands and the magnificent Spanderswoud forest with its many hiking trails and country estates. The area has excellent public transport links to Amsterdam, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Utrecht, and easy motorway access for travelling by car.

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