House for sale, Haitsma Mulierlaan,1, in Lochem, Netherlands

Lochem, Haitsma Mulierlaan,1

Villa • 9 room(s) • 5 Bed. • 1 Bath. • 299 m² • Ref: 24837

The house between the red beech trees: perhaps the most beautiful house in Lochem - Monumental villa in Berkeloord The Haitsma Mulierlaan is one of those very special, image-defining streets in Lochem. It winds from the Nieuweweg via the Haitsma Mulier bench, along the pond and overlooks the deer park. This beautiful villa stands at the beginning of the lane. As is often the case in Lochem, the houses here are designed as mirror images of each other. This villa has a counterpart on the other side. With such an imposing building on either side, it creates a special balance in the street. Berkeloord was built as a neighbourhood for the captains of industry who did good business in Lochem at the time. A number of them joined forces and so the Berkeloord project was developed. A romantic villa district with a continuous, landscaped garden, as if you were walking onto an estate, that is how it should feel - and it does. It's a pity that the designers of the time couldn't see how beautiful it is now: large clouds of rhododendrons in all colours, monumental magnolia trees, tall beeches and oaks, yews that seem to want to touch the sky... The house with the red beech, which puts on a spectacular new appearance every spring, they stand side by side like best friends. The house itself was built in 1902 in a neo-Renaissance chalet style, and this chalet style - characterised by the generous overhangs and the beautiful wooden detailing in the eaves, the trusses, the verandas and the gables - is a recurring theme in Berkeloord. The staggered façades and façade tops somewhat disguise the volume of the villa, because at 442 m², it is an impressively large house. Space for your family, work and hobbies. The villa stands on a very sturdy plot, measuring just under 1,600 m², which can even be called spacious for this neighbourhood. The house has been well maintained over the years and has always kept up with the times, but has always remained true to itself by retaining many of the charming original details. Ground floor The entrance has its own prelude, two steps up to the porch with the lovely round arch, then there is the front door. In the reception hall and later in the corridor, the original mosaic floor with decorative border; beautiful. The central hall is the heart of the house. From the front door to the back door you can walk right through here. At the back is the toilet. In the central hall, you will also find the stairs to the upper floors, the basement and access to all circulation areas. The high ceilings give the house a regal character, but the combination of period elements and contemporary styling make the interior very free and accessible; At the front, the office cum library. The office is a wonderful workplace, but would also be a fine playroom, a game room or a studio. Then there is the living room, also directly connected to the office. A large wood stove to sit around with tea, drinks or just a good book. At the front, double doors to the cute veranda in the front garden. Here is still sheltered because the borders with man-sized rhododendrons give enough privacy. From the living room the garden room or conservatory with doors to the garden, which with sliding doors can be separated from the living area. If you want to overwinter your orange trees and bougainvilleas, this is the perfect place for it. Adjacent is the dining room en suite, where the sliding doors are framed by traditional built-in cupboards. A lovely place for long dinners together, with a fabulous view of the park-like garden. On chilly evenings, a log on the fireplace creates instant ambiance here. On the other side of the hall is the kitchen, which matches the personality of the house; robust yet elegant. On the floor natural stone, the fronts varnished oak with granite worktop and the original fireplace still does exactly what it was made for; here is a large cooker with six gas burners with a matching hot air oven. Along the wall is a stainless steel appliance wall containing a combination microwave oven, the dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer. Storage space for provisions, the wine cellar and party tableware can be found in the spacious cellar. At the back of the kitchen the door to the utility room; the place for the extra fridge, the washing machine and dryer, the built-in cupboards for all sports equipment, flower vases, boots and perhaps a dog basket. Upstairs The sunny, spacious landing with oak parquet floor adjoins four beautiful bedrooms with high windows and ditto ceilings. Lovely. The bathroom has recently been renovated and finished in chic anthracite tiles, with a nice shower, sink and access to the balcony at the front. On the landing another separate toilet. Under the hipped roof is a spacious storage attic with an extra bedroom. This is of course the place where the ping pong table should be for the Sunday competition, and here is also the dressing up box for self-made plays. But, of course, the attic also offers space for other wishes. From the attic there is also access to a private balcony. Outside space The house stands on a very large plot of almost 1,600 m². The mature garden surrounding the house is a wonderful place, with plenty of privacy and always a place in the sun. At the rear of the dining room a lovely sun terrace for morning coffee in the sun, overlooking the huge red beech in the backyard. The villa house is surrounded by the original shutters, to keep out the heat on summer days; an invention that still works fine today. In short, as the two beeches seem to want to embrace the house; this is a house to love and to live in and enjoy together. We would like to introduce you to this beautiful place. General: - Year built : 1902 - Maintenance: Good - Location : In villa park Berkeloord - Insulation : Wall and floor insulation - Glazing : Partly double glazed. - Boiler: Daalderop (2005) - Parking : Ample parking on own ground Contents: 1,275 m³ Living space : 299 m² Other indoor space: 19 m² Building-related outdoor space: 16 m² Parcel size : 1.515 m² Acceptance: in consultation This house is equipped with a Woongarantie inspection.




Living299 m²
Land1515 m²
Internal299 m²

Haitsma Mulierlaan,1, Lochem

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