Country living in idyllic Broek in Waterland. Just above Amsterdam.
Water, greenery, peace and space in the beautiful Waterland, containing this beautiful semi-detached house in very good condition of 170 m2, built in Waterland style, with a storage room and a spacious front and very sunny backyard. A nice base if you are looking for peace and quiet but also to raise children.
'De Trambaan' is the luxury new-build project from 2016, from which this house dates. It is located in a child-friendly neighbourhood, opposite the old village centre, separated by a canal and the N247. This beautiful building project was built under architecture, including the public area with beautiful lanterns, pavement, water and greenery. In terms of atmosphere, this fits wonderfully with the old Broek in Waterland.
The layout of the house is as follows;
The spacious front garden with grass is neatly finished with hedges. Via the path you reach the front door on the side, if desired you can make a parking space in your own yard.
Entrance hall, good spacious wardrobe under the stairs to the first floor, toilet with hand basin with beautiful classic white tiles. Through the modern steel door with glass you reach the gigantic living room with built-in gas fireplace, solid herringbone parquet floor with underfloor heating and a beautiful built-in bookcase. The house is tastefully furnished and finished with luxurious materials. The living room is garden-oriented and the sunny garden is accessible through two of the double French doors.
The open kitchen is located at the front of the house. This is a custom made kitchen in wood with a robust concrete worktop. The kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, a dishwasher and a Quooker, the Boretti gas stove with double oven is also offered for sale. The floor is finished with a sleek design micro cement floor, with underfloor heating.
The garden has a wonderfully spacious terrace and a playfully lowered extra terrace on the water. At the rear you have a clear view of a sheep pasture. The garden has several seating areas, a lawn and a platform. The back entrance is also pleasant and practical.
Through the hall you reach the first floor. Spacious landing with no fewer than four really well-sized bedrooms and a spacious walk-in closet. The master bedroom is located at the front and has a very spacious built-in wardrobe. The cabinet is floor to ceiling and therefore the entire space is used well. On the other side are two almost equal rooms. The fourth bedroom has been slightly reduced to accommodate the bathroom, still a spacious room that has now been turned into a guest room with a workplace. Above the guest room is a loft (6x2m) with headroom which is accessible via a loft ladder, there is electricity and light available. The bathroom is unlike any other; beautiful burgundy floor with underfloor heating and blue tiles with a lovely double walk-in shower with rain shower and a built-in alcove for the bath products, a large bath and a double sink with natural light. From the hall you reach the walk-in closet and the separate second toilet with fountain.
The attic floor is a long space that the current owners have put to good use by creating a three-person sauna. Lots of storage space in the knee bulkheads and on the other side of the attic a well-equipped laundry room, with the MV, the central heating boiler and the 160 liter boiler.
Broek in Waterland, a beautiful picturesque village above the smoke of Amsterdam, less than 5 minutes by car/bus from Amsterdam-Noord metro station and less than 15 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station. The bus stop where buses stop throughout the day is very close. Wonderfully spacious and rural living in this lake area and close to the fine recreation area Hemmeland, with a fine freshwater beach, located in Monnickendam. Broek in Waterland and this house offer plenty of options and outings in the area, with the option to work quietly from home, all in one of the most beautiful traditional villages in the Netherlands. Broek in Waterland has its own primary school and there is also a school in the adjacent Zuiderwoude. You can also optimally relax and enjoy nature here; canoeing, cycling, boating, taking a nice walk through the protected townscape, plenty of options. For a tasty bite to eat, go to De Drie Noten or to (pancake) restaurant De Witte Swaen. In the Broeker Huis, also located in the center of the village, exhibitions are regularly held and you can also have a bite to eat in the pop-up restaurant, but you can also rent a boat here. You can also moor your own boat in the canal around the corner and from there you can sail into the nature reserve. In addition, there are the local shops. There is a nice tennis and football club. The Broekercommunity organizes all kinds of activities every year.
- Living area of ??170 m2 (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- Unobstructed view at the rear of a meadow
- Semi-detached house
- Rural living in Waterland style
- Four bedrooms
- Solar collectors present
- House dates from 2016 (new construction project 'De Trambaan')
- Very sunny garden
- Beautiful robust kitchen
- Beautiful floors throughout the house
- Double walk-in shower
- Sauna on the second floor
- Spacious storage room on the side of the house, ideal for bicycles
- Delivery in consultation (preferably early February '22)
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