ENERGY-EFFICIENT PROPERTY WITH ENERGY LABEL A, HEAT PUMP AND 18 SOLAR PANELS
Living on a canal, but with a view across the countryside? This spacious (162m2) energy-efficient family home with 4 bedrooms, south-facing garden and a private parking space has it all!
This family home is situated in Leeuwenveld II and looks out across water and nature to the fields and park beyond. The neat house features a half-open kitchen, specious living area, south-facing garden, 4 bedrooms and a spacious workspace on the top floor.
The property has a living area of 162 m2 with floor heating/cooling throughout. Outside there is a private south-facing garden with fruit trees and a shared courtyard with a playground. The house is well located: within walking distance of the railway station, which has direct connections to Amsterdam, Schiphol, Almere and Hilversum. It is only 5 minutes by bike to the historic city centre and less than 5 minutes by car to the A1 or A9.
The Loes van Marlestraat is located on a canal. The houses have varied facades and beautiful large windows that give the street a playful urban appearance. Number 63 has a pointed roof, which allows for beautiful, high ceilings on the top floor.
Ground floor layout
Through the hall with toilet, you enter the spacious living room. The floor is finished with quartzite natural stone and has underfloor heating. The kitchen is located at the front of the house and is separated from the living room by a half-height wall. French doors from floor to ceiling look out over the quiet street and canal, with a meadow in the distance where sheep regularly graze. The kitchen is fully equipped including an induction hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and combi-oven. Cupboards and drawers provide ample storage space for kitchen equipment and utensils.
The living room is the heart of the home, where music is played and movie nights are held. Patio doors open out onto the terrace and south-facing garden. In the garden there is a detached storage room with electricity and access to the private parking space. The courtyard with play equipment behind the house is maintained by the active owner’s association; many children have learned to cycle on this square.
Layout 1st floor
On the 1st floor, a landing leads to 3 bedrooms and the bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, toilet and sink. The upstairs floors in this house are unique with inlaid wood that brings a very warm appearance. At the front of the house there are 2 bedrooms, both with a French balcony with floor-to-ceiling windows. At the rear is the largest bedroom, which has a view over the garden and courtyard.
Layout 2nd floor
The top floor is currently divided into one separate bedroom, and a beautiful high and open space that is very suitable as a work space, but could easily be converted into a fifth bedroom. This floor also has a storage and laundry room.
The fortified town of Weesp is 9 centuries old, and maintains its charm and liveliness. The town has a small centre with many local entrepreneurs, terraces, sports clubs and associations. Weesp has around 18,000 inhabitants, who enjoy a pleasant living and working environment.
The area around Weesp encourages an active outdoor lifestyle.. The town is situated on the river Vecht and next to the Naardermeer nature reserve. It boasts many cycling and hiking trails and has its own golf course. The two primary schools that recently opened in Weespersluis are less than a 5-minute walk from the property. City parks are being developed in the area (Weespersluispark and Gouwpark), as well as two beaches and a shopping centre. The train station is within walking distance, as is the historic centre.
• Built in 2010
• Heat pump
• Living area: 162 m2
• 18 solar panels
• 4 (5) bedrooms
• Energy label A
• Underfloor heating and cooling throughout
• Unobstructed view
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