A hidden place in the old city center!
In a car-free alley in the middle of the center, next to the birthplace of Rembrandt, lies this special listed monument with its own city garden.
It is hardly noticeable from the street, but if you open the door in the fence, you are immediately in a spacious garden with the stone shed on one side and the high white facade on the other. The house has five floors, each with its own function. Cooking, eating, receiving guests, drinking and dining on the ground floor as well in the garden as in the spacious kitchen. Relaxation, working and studying in the living room on the 1st floor. Sleeping and bathing on the 2nd and 3rd floor, and lots of storage space in the loft on the 4th floor.
It houses many details, one of which immediately stands out from the street: the wall poem 'Misterio' by Jorge Eduardo Eierson on the facade. Behind the front door, however, there are many more details to discover: the cast-iron banisters of the famous Leiden smithy Van Gijn, high beamed ceilings with on each floor, the spur roof in the attic and in the windows with rods.
A lovely house that is certainly worth a visit.
Spacious garden with stone shed, entrance, hall with meter closet, separate toilet and kitchen
Landing and L-shaped living room
Landing, bathroom with bath, toilet, sink and washing machine and bedroom
Landing, bedroom, built-in wardrobe and stairs to storage loft
- old age clause
- listed monument
- additional windows for insulation
- boiler 2017
- roof insulation 2018
- exterior painting 2018/2019
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