A large, distinctive, freehold country home occupying a plot of more than 964 m2.
This charming, extended semi-detached family villa is located in the much-loved and green De Krakeling villa area, which dates back to 1937. At the front, the villa has a beautifully-landscaped garden, plenty of space to park and the possibility to charge two electric cars via chargers that are powered by 15 solar panels. The entrance door opens into the heart of the villa. The extension is on the left as you enter and houses the kitchen, which looks out over the front garden. Next to the kitchen, there is a study/TV room, which the property’s current residents say is a wonderful, cosy place to unwind. On the other side of the hall, there is an L-shaped room with connecting doors and a conservatory. The original dividing doors separate the dining area and conservatory from the living room - which has a fireplace - at the front. The villa’s former garage is now a heated utility room with a washing-machine and tumble dryer. This is where the family enter the villa and leave their coats, bags and sports things, etc. It's also the ideal place to dry off any family pets after an autumn stroll in one of the beautiful walking areas close by. Wide doors here make it easy to bring (cargo) bicycles inside as well.
The large landing on the first floor gives access to three of the villa’s five bedrooms. Two of these bedrooms have their own balconies. The bathroom on this floor has a bath, shower and double washbasin and can be accessed via both the hall and the master bedroom. There is a separate toilet room with a washbasin on this floor as well. Stairs lead to the second floor, where there are two more bedrooms - both large and with a dormer window each - at the front and back and a second bathroom. There is plenty of storage space on this floor and a loft ladder gives access to the loft space, which is lit by natural daylight.
The villa's very private back garden can only be described as the perfect place for a staycation! It offers optimal enjoyment throughout the year, whether on the patio, near the garden house at the back of the garden, or in the veranda - which comes complete with heaters.
Bennebroek has very few unique, well-located properties like this. It’s a real family home, centrally located for shops, schools and sports facilities and within easy reach of train stations and arterial roads to Amsterdam, The Hague and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
Cellar (18.83 m2):
standing-height cellar space;
Ground floor (141.91 m2):
the entrance, a vestibule, an impressive hall with cloakroom space and the villa’s meter cupboard, a toilet room with a toilet and washbasin, a large L-shaped living room (28 m2) with big windows at the front, fitted cupboards, a fireplace and connecting doors that lead into the dining room and conservatory (32.8 m2), a door to the back garden, a large kitchen extension (15.5 m2) with a door to the garage (17.2 m2) and a study/playroom (21.6 m2) with a door to the villa’s veranda. From the hall, stairs lead to ...
the first floor (68.81 m2):
a landing, a toilet room with a toilet and washbasin, a bedroom at the front (7.9 m2), a large bedroom (16.2 m2) at the front with a fitted wardrobe and access to the balcony, a large and well-maintained bathroom (9.3 m2) with a bubble bath, shower and double washbasin, a large bedroom (18.6 m2) at the back with fitted wardrobes and a door out onto the balcony. Stairs to ...
the second floor (49.99 m2):
a landing with fitted cupboards and storage space, a bedroom at the front (16 m2) with a dormer window and doors to the second bathroom, which has a toilet, washbasin, shower and dormer window, a bedroom at the back (15 m2) with a dormer window and a loft ladder to the storage loft.
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* Living space 261 m2. Unique freehold plot of more than 964 m2
* Build year 1937
* 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
* Plenty of off-road parking
* 2 private, off-road charging points
* Sunny, large, south-west facing garden
* Veranda (2021) with power points and heaters
* 15 solar panels
* Set in a quiet spot in a rural village with all amenities within easy reach
* An ideal family home in a child-friendly area
* Home inspection report available
* Transfer by mutual agreement
* The secondary schools in Hoofddorp, Heemstede and Haarlem are all within cycling distance and via safe routes
* Sports facilities are within cycling distance
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