This characteristic monumental villa "Rauwenhul" is located on a beautiful location on the edge of Beekbergen, hidden in the green. This unique country house was built at the beginning of the 20th century in an Art Nouveau style, at the same time as the detached orangery, which is derived from the villa in terms of detail. The white plastered country house was designed by Maarten van Harte for August Jongeboer and his wife Johanna Steenkuyl. The country house has authentic details including beautiful windows, stylish ornamental ceilings, stained glass windows and a room-en-suite. The villa has two floors with a flat roof and balustrades on top. The extension at the front was used as a veranda until 1928, but was built by the former owners and used as a dining room. The villa is surrounded by a spacious reed covered garage and the orangery which is currently used as office/ practice space. In 1982, the object was extended at the rear with an extra wing. The villa was inhabited until 1957, after which it was taken into use by a care institution. A nice piece of history: in 1948 Queen Wilhelmina resigned as queen. The celebration took place at Rauwenhul.
Covered entrance with access to the vestibule and walk to the pantry. Entry into a spacious hall with staircase and access to all rooms. Attractive room-en-suite, separated by sliding doors and with closets. The middle room has been extended with a conservatory creating a cosy dining room. Also located on the ground floor is a room for the kitchen, two toilet groups and a technical room with arrangement C.V. boiler, cupboard, sink, a former shower room and closets.
The construction is accessible via the central hall. There are 5 office spaces, an archive room and a work cabinet. The construction can be accessed via a private entrance.
Landing, 6 bedrooms, one with access to the balcony, toilet with sink and a room with access to the roof terrace.
Hall with toilet with hand basin, two rooms, one with kitchen unit and the other with its own meter cupboard and arrangement C.V. boiler.
Spacious garage with French doors on both sides, a toilet, heating via C.V. boiler and storage attic.
- The villa was restored in 2014. The zinc covers have been mounted, the steel fences on the roof have been planed and painted, the façades have been cleaned and painted, the façade frames have been painted and the façades have been made and painted;
- "Rauwenhul" is a municipal monument. The following parts are protected: the manor house, the former orangery with well, the agricultural barn, the stump hut and the surrounding construction with tree lanes, lawns, tree and rhododendron groups and the wall on the Loensenseweg. The whole has a high cultural-historical value;
- The final living area will be shown after the Land Registry has been measured.
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