Living on a twenty-first-century ... photo 1
Living on a twenty-first-century ... photo 2
Living on a twenty-first-century ... photo 3
Living on a twenty-first-century ... photo 4
Living on a twenty-first-century ... photo 5

Kamperland, Netherlands


Living on a twenty-first-century estate
Two new, undeveloped high-quality estates located in Kamperland and integrated in the structure of the estate by way of a sophisticated design, are currently for sale. Each estate is more than 5 hectares in size and is in compliance with both the planning regulations of the municipality of Noord-Beveland and the conditions of the Nature Protection Act. As far as ownership is concerned, these 5-hectare estates are split off from the existing estate, but spatially form a whole with the land surrounding the villa Kogelhof, which after the split off is still about 14 ha in size.

Several features make Landgoed Kogelhof a unique residential location. These concern the architectural approach to sustainability aspects, the natural surroundings, the relationship with the environment and the quality of the individual living spaces.

The quality of the individual living spaces
Each of the two 5 ha estates has the grandeur of having its own access lanes and an imposing view of its own ponds.
Flowering forest edges give the water added allure.
The existing relief of the terrain can be integrated in the living concept in a surprising way, thus creating a unique living experience.
Buildings may be erected entirely or partly on the embankment and down by the water, or even in the water, as is the case with Villa Kogelhof.
The locations of the villas to be built have been chosen in such a way that residents will experience no hindrance from the open paths required by the provincial estate regulations, and the seclusion of the spaces guarantees intimacy and privacy.

Relationship with the surrounding area
The estate is located near the Veerse Meer (Lake Veere) and the Kamperland marina. The attractive aspects of the location include the available recreational opportunities around the lake, the proximity of the Kamperland village centre, as well as the vast polder landscape. The North Sea beach is only 5 minutes’ away and cities such as Goes and Middelburg can be reached within 30 minutes. The travel distance to both Antwerp and Rotterdam is a mere 85 km.

Architecture and sustainability
Landgoed Kogelhof is one of the few estates, if not the only estate, in the Netherlands that can actually be seen as a contemporary estate.
Right from the start, the focus at Kogelhof has been on twenty-first-century landscaping and architecture.
Here you can really erect a modern building that is in harmony with the elegant but not too rigid landscaping.
The aim is to create an atmosphere on the estate that is largely distinctive and innovative, and the concept has received many national and international awards, especially for its focus on the relationship between nature and architecture.

Possibilities for buildings
The estate policy of the Province is aimed at achieving responsible nature and landscape development, financed by the private sector, on sites of at least 5 hectares in size.
To be able to finance construction, maintenance and management, buildings may be erected.
The maximum size of the building area is 4,500 m3 per 5 hectares of forest or natural surroundings.
These buildings may be used for residential purposes, recreational accommodation and care.
Several buildings may be erected on an estate, up to a maximum of 4,500 m3 in an area of 5 hectares.

Landgoed Kogelhof falls under the NSW (Nature Protection Act)
The Nature Protection Act arrangement provides various tax advantages for the upkeep of the estate, where in the case of inheritance the heirs are fully exempt from paying inheritance tax and no real estate transfer tax is due on the transfer of a Nature Protection Act estate.
For the WOZ (Valuation of Real Estate Act), estates are valued lower.
The protected land is assigned a value of nil and the buildings are allocated a fair value that is on average 80% of the market value.
This reduced WOZ value of the owner-occupied dwelling (land nil and building value of 80%) means a lower contribution of the owner-occupied home in box 1, resulting in a reduced income tax.
For more information on Nature Protection Act benefits and obligations please consult our brochure, which you can request via the contact form.

Presented by

Qualis International

Qualis International
Click To Show Phone
Main: +31 416 315 501

Henk Honders

Chartered Real Estate Broker
Qualis International
Click To Show Phone
Main: +31 13 523 26 00
Mobile: +31 6 557 266 42


To the fullest extent permissible pursuant to applicable law, this web site and the materials are provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis. expressly disclaims all warranties of any kind, whether expressed, implied, or statutory including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. We do not warrant that this web site or the materials are completely error free, will operate without interruption, are compatible with all equipment and software configurations, free of viruses, errors, or other harmful components, or will otherwise meet your needs.