Impressive: that is what this semi-bungalow in Broek in Waterland is without a doubt. Not only because of the breathtaking view, but also because of the special atmosphere and style that the house exudes. This semi-detached corner house was built in 1970 and is situated 20 metres from the street, once inside it feels as if it is completely detached. The house has three bedrooms, a loft and a bay window - with even the possibility of creating a fourth bedroom. The house was completely gutted in 2005 and redesigned and rearranged under architecture.
Broek in Waterland, just above Amsterdam, offers the best of both worlds. In this child-friendly environment you live in peace and quiet and greenery, with all the pleasures of the city at hand.
The layout of the house is as follows;
The hall is a spacious entrance with wardrobe, a utility room with washing facilities and plenty of storage space, the toilet (wall closet with fountain) and access to the living room through a steel door (from 2020).
The living room
The living room with an impressive high ceiling (of almost 5 meters) and 4 skylights has a fireplace, a void, a steel bay window (from 2020) and beautiful floating concrete steps to the first floor. In the living room you have beautiful light all day through the large windows on 3 sides. You look out over the vast meadows of Waterland, where in spring and summer every day cows graze and hares run around. The living room has oak floorboards from Beukers vloeren.
The modern kitchen is located at the front. It is a Poggepohl kitchen with Cesarstone worktop, built-in oven, five-burner gas hob and a freestanding stainless steel fridge, all by Smeg. The kitchen also has a fine Quooker tap. One wall is completely tiled with carrara marble tiles (which returns in several places in the house). The floor is finished with concrete.
Bathroom and master bedroom
The current owners have renovated the bathroom at the end of 2017. During the renovation they involved the roof in the bathroom and placed a skylight, which gives the whole an extra luxurious and spacious look. The bathroom (with underfloor heating) has a spacious walk-in shower a large double bathtub, a double sink cabinet of the brand Clou. All taps are from the brand Vola. The entire bathroom is finished with beautiful massive Carrara marble slabs against the walls and in the walk-in shower. All over the floor (except in the living room and kitchen) there are large tiles, designed by Patricia Urquiola. A second door leads to the master bedroom. This bedroom has built-in closets, large high windows and a sliding door. Here too you wake up with a view of the meadows.
Second and third bedroom
From the living room you reach the second bedroom on the right side of the house with again a beautiful view on the meadows and a door to the garden. Via the open staircase in the living room you reach the third bedroom and the mezzanine/vide. This bedroom has a wooden, white painted floor and a large dormer, with again that spectacular view. The mezzanine is a perfect work and/or play area, with lots of storage space. It is possible to place a second dormer and thus create a fourth bedroom.
The house has a lot of land with a spacious garden with parking and storage at the front. The garden has a fine lawn, beautiful trees and is located on the southwest. On the northeast side is a large terrace of 20 meters long with hardwood vlonderdelen. The sun comes over the house so you also have a lot of sun here. On the side (accessible through the large sliding doors) is a section with a hardwood terrace and large greenery. The garden is adjacent to the water and meadows at the rear. The garden is connected to the front, side and back of the house, so you can choose to sit all day in the sun or in the shade.
The location of the Oosteinde is unique. You live here in the old village centre of Broek in Waterland and yet you are in the heart of Amsterdam in 15 minutes by public transport. The bus runs very frequently to, among others, the North stop of the North/South line or directly to the Central Station. In the village are some small restaurants, some local shops and a small, pleasant primary school and childcare. Broek in Waterland also has various sports clubs (tennis and football), riding stables and a market on Wednesdays and Fridays. Broek in Waterland offers a pleasant and child-friendly living environment. You live here quietly with lots of greenery and space and yet you have the benefits of the big city within reach.
- Living area house (NEN 2580 measured)
- Protected village sight
- Completely renovated in 2005.
- Bathroom renewed end of 2017
- CV boiler Intergas 2014
- Energy label C
- Fully plastered
- Delivery in consultation
- Lifelong resistant
- 400 m2 OWN GRAIN
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