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Siriusstraat 62 1223AP Hilversum

Year of construction
Floor space
79 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
160 m²


Charming 1950s corner home on a family-friendly street on the edge of the nature preserve
Lovely corner home with three good-sized bedrooms, and a spacious attic that - due to the limited standing height - may not be included in the calculation of the overall residential floor area.

This wonderful home is situated in the sought-after, family-friendly Astronomische district, predominantly featuring homes from the 1930s. The property is within walking distance of the heathlands, and mere minutes by bicycle from Seinhorst grocery shopping center. Hilversum's bustling city center, with the NS train station, shops, sidewalk cafes, the beautiful market square and a wide selection of restaurants is also a short bicycle ride away. The A1 and A27 highways offer easy and quick (20-minute drive) to the inner cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht and Amersfoort.

Entrance with a foyer, meter cupboard, hall with a restroom, stair closet and door to the living room. Bright living room with a bay window, separate kitchen with a range of appliances, closet with the central heating unit and a door to the backyard.

First floor:
Landing with doors to three good-sized bedrooms. Bathroom at the front with a bathtub, toilet and vanity.
Stairs to the second floor. Due to the limited standing height, this level is counted as "further indoor space". It is currently used as a study/ hobby area.

Well-presented front garden and path alongside the house to the backyard, closed off by means of a tall gate. The backyard faces N/E and offers ample privacy due to the tall fencing. Good brick shed at the back of the garden.
In short: A charming 1950s corner home with 3 bedrooms is a lovely, family-friendly neighborhood around the corner from the heathlands.

- Built 1953
- Situated in the sought-after, family-friendly Astronomische District
- Energy label E: partial double glazing, roof insulation
- Exterior repainted in 2016
- Insulation: roof, mostly double glazing
- Renewed meter cupboard, 2019
- Residential floor area 79 sqm + study/hobby area attic
- Plot size 160 sqm
- Situated on a welcoming street in the family-friendly Astronomische District in Hilversum
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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
79 m²
Lot size
160 m²


Total number of rooms
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Siriusstraat 62 1223AP Hilversum

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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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