A 1930s town house with a B-grade energy label. That is quite unique! Over the years, the current owners have literally put a lot of energy into making this house sustainable. And now you can be the one that benefits from that.
Beautiful, charming, very well-maintained home with lots of lovely, original period features, no less than 4/5 bedrooms, a long front garden and a sunny, south west-facing back garden that is very private.
Location and surroundings: The Damsigt residential area is known for accommodating many (young) families, and for its charming atmosphere. Peaceful living but yet just around the corner from all the necessary amenities. The Sytwende Park, sports fields and the newly renovated shopping centre, the Westfield-Mall of the Netherlands, are just a stone’s throw away. There are several junior and senior schools close by, and the British School in Leidschenveen is an easy drive away The centre of The Hague, the beach and the dunes can all be easily reached by bike, car and public transport (including the RandstadRail metro line). Thanks to the proximity of the main highways – the A4, A12 and A44 – and 3 railway stations, this property is perfectly located for home to work commutes both within and outside the city.
The lay-out and measurements can be found on the floor plans, but here is a short description:
Ground floor: You approach the beautiful front door of this home via the big front garden. You enter a light lobby where there is the extensive fuse box and many original period features, such as the double interior door and the original wall tiles. In the hall, that is fitted with floor tiles, there is a large fitted cupboard under the stairs and a spacious modern cloakroom with a built-in WC and hand basin.
The charming, light living / dining room, that has been converted from a suite of rooms, has a lovely, light beechwood parquet floor laid in a herringbone pattern with a double border, ceilings with classic mouldings, natural stone fireplaces, a big fitted cupboard (hatch in the floor to the crawl space) and stained glass top windows.The open-plan, luxury kitchen has high-gloss, white kitchen units, a natural stone worktop, and it is fitted with every imaginable appliance, all from the Smeg designer brand, these being an oven, a microwave, a 5-burner gas hob with a wok burner, an extractor unit and a dishwasher. The big fridge and the freezer are Siemens design. There is also an extra boiler for instant warm water. French doors from the living / dining room and a door in the kitchen provide access to the sunny back garden that is south west-facing and has a wooden shed that is fitted with an electricity supply.
A staircase with a beautiful, custom-made carpet runner takes you up to the first floor. The landing has a second modern cloakroom with an in-built WC. The back room to one side has been extended and has a fitted cupboard. The back bedroom has a fireplace, a fitted wardrobe and French doors out to the balcony. A corridor leads to the front bedroom that also has a fireplace, a fitted wardrobe and French doors out to a charming front balcony. All the rooms on this floor have been fitted with well-maintained laminate flooring.
The light, modern bathroom has a bath under the window, a corner shower, a sink and a heated towel rail.
Stairs up to the light, open-plan second floor, where there is a further spacious room fitted with a big dormer window to the rear, a second dormer window to the front, beautiful parquet flooring and lots of storage space. This floor can be laid out just as you want it: for example, it can be split into two bedrooms with an extra bathroom. There is a separate room with a Velux roof window, plumbing for a washing machine and dryer and space for the central heating boiler.
Also worth knowing: - Usable living space: 143 m2; - Set in a 142m2 plot of freehold ground; - Beautifully renovated with many of the original period features maintained (stained glass, moulded ceilings); - Remeha Calenta 40 combi CW5 central heating system with warm water supply, installed in 2010; - 9 electric circuits with a safety switch; - All windows are double glazed with HR glass, except the front dormer window, the big back bedroom window, the bathroom and the stained glass windows; - Outside paintwork done in 2020; - Chimney was pointed and treated in December 2020; - The roof and floor are insulated (Tonzon and base cover), and the rear gable is partially insulated; - 12 solar panels were fitted in February 2021, annual yield approx. 3100KWh; - B-grade energy label; - A materials and old property clause will be included in the NVM sales agreement; - The preferred handover date for the seller is January 2023, but this can be discussed.
In a nutshell, this is a charming home with a garden in a child-friendly neighbourhood with many amenities within cycling distance.
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Last asking price
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Asking price per m²
The asking price per m² (€ 695,000) is calculated by dividing the asking price of the home by the living area (143 m²). Plot size and outbuildings aren't taken into account into this calculation. More information