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Special, unique and surprising, these are just a few words that come to mind when entering this lovely light villa! This very spacious villa has large beautiful living spaces and is because of its practical layout with a second outside entrance also very suitable for a combination of living and working or double occupancy.
In 1997, architect Gaasbeek designed this spacious villa with a net floor area of no less than 210m² in a well thought-out and contemporary way, with an eye for detail and a high level of finish. The villa is surrounded by a lovely free and sunny garden of 770m² with several sun terraces and a private spring. In addition, there is a spacious driveway with parking and there is also a spacious stone garage with storage room.
Within short walking distance are the extensive walking forests of Houdringe, the railway station, several (primary) schools and a wide range of shops and restaurants in the center.
Covered entrance hall with wengé floor and toilet. Very playful and bright living room with at the front a large semi-circular bay window with sitting area, also with wenge floor in which the park-like garden is directly present everywhere. At the rear overlooking the beautiful backyard is the luxury kitchen with a appliance wall with all conceivable Gaggenau appliances. A separate study overlooking the front garden completes this beautiful living floor.
Landing with partly glazed "walkway" to a beautiful work / bedroom with outdoor entrance and balcony. Second landing, toilet, two spacious bedrooms, one with large closets and a completely renovated bathroom.
Again a spacious landing with mezzanine and a technical room. In addition, this floor offers two spacious bedrooms both with beautiful corner windows allowing lots of light and a second bathroom.
The architect has chosen in his design for straight, geometric shapes that alternate with round lines that provide harmony with the thirties villas in the immediate vicinity. Modern, high-quality materials such as aluminium, glass and steel have been used, which in combination with a red brick give the house a light and spacious character. The strikingly shaped exterior with separate external staircase and walkway opens up an extra entrance on the first floor to the studio/workspace. The semi-circular bay window at the front and the high conservatory at the back with windows up to the floor ensure that the garden can be felt throughout the house.