For sale: Leidsestraatweg 16, 2341 GR Oegstgeest

€1,975,000
Type of residence House, country house, detached house
Plot size 1,115 m²
Liveable area 440 m²
Acceptance By consultation

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General

MAGNIFICALLY AND MOMUNENTALLY LIVING IN THE HEART OF OEGSTGEEST

Detached monumental country house (1912) in chalet style with mixed interior styles of Neo-Renaissance and Jugendstil. Built to the design of Leiden architect W. Fontein (1864-1949) and student of renowned architect H.J. Jesse, commissioned by ladies Drost from Leiden. This national monument is characterized by the overwhelming wea... More info
  • Features

    All characteristics
    Type of residence House, country house, detached house
    Construction period 1912
    Status Available
    Offered since 27 September 2019
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Features

Offer
Reference number 00155
Asking price €1,975,000
Acceptance By consultation
Offered since 27 September 2019
Last updated 27 September 2019
Construction
Type of residence House, country house, detached house
Type of construction Existing estate
Construction period 1912
Roof materials Bitumen
Slate
Rooftype Composite
Isolations Largely insulated glazing
Surfaces and content
Plot size 1,115 m²
Effective area 440 m²
Content 1,865 m³
Surface area other inner rooms 11 m²
Surface area external storage rooms 5 m²
Surface area external, linked storage rooms 41 m²
Mapping
Number of floors 4 (and one basement)
Number of rooms 9 of which (5 bedrooms)
Number of bathrooms 2 (and 2 separate toilets)
Outdoors
Location City centre
Residential area
Sheltered location
Unobstructed view
Garden
Type Garden around
Main garden Yes
Orientation South west
Condition Constructed under architecture
Boiler
Type of boiler Remeha Quinta
Heating source Gas
Year of manufacture 2010
Combiboiler Yes
Boiler ownership Owned
Features
Number of parking spaces 3
Water heating Central heating system
Heating Central heating
Fireplace
Partial Floor heating
Ventilation method Mechanical ventilation
Kitchen facilities Built-in equipment
Bathroom facilities Bathroom 1 Bath
Double sink
Underfloorheating
Walkin shower
Bathroom facilities Bathroom 2 Shower
Sink
Toilet
Has an alarm Yes
Has a balcony Yes
Has cable TV Yes
Has a fireplace Yes
Has a flue tube Yes
Garden available Yes
Has a phone line Yes
Has a storage room Yes
Has a skylight Yes
Has ventilation Yes
Cadastral informations
Ownership Full ownership

Definition

MAGNIFICALLY AND MOMUNENTALLY LIVING IN THE HEART OF OEGSTGEEST

Detached monumental country house (1912) in chalet style with mixed interior styles of Neo-Renaissance and Jugendstil. Built to the design of Leiden architect W. Fontein (1864-1949) and student of renowned architect H.J. Jesse, commissioned by ladies Drost from Leiden. This national monument is characterized by the overwhelming wealth of architectural details and the careful use of materials.

This national monument (440 m2 living area!) has a spacious vestibule with marble floor, 2 living rooms on the ground floor with French doors to a veranda, dining room, custom-made kitchen with various fitted appliances, handy utility room, cool (wine) cellar with headroom, 7 (bed)rooms (including 2 rooms currently in use as a study and billiard room), 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 1 balcony and 1 loggia and an architecturally designed garden all around (1155 m2 plot area!) with parking space for 3 cars (including charging station for an electric car).

Located on the border between Oegstgeest and Leiden with unobstructed views to the front over protected pasture area "Het landje van Bremmer", which borders on the estate Endegeest. The shops and various restaurants of the attractive shopping street 'De Kempenaerstraat' are just around the corner. City park Leidse Hout, primary and secondary schools, sports fields and public transport are within walking distance. Conveniently located near the A4 and A44 to Amsterdam/Schiphol and The Hague and near roads to the beaches of Katwijk-Noordwijk-Wassenaar. Leiden Central Station and 2 large hospitals (LUMC/Alrijne) are also quite nearby.

Further details:
- Usable living area 440 m²
- Other indoor space 11 m²
- Building-related outdoor space 41 m²
- External storage space 5 m²
- volume of the house 1865 m³ and 16 m³ outbuilding
- Plot area 1115 m²
- Year of construction 1912
- National monument no. 515007 with tax subsidy for maintenance
- Monumental tree Aesculus hippocastanum (white horse chestnut) is on the Oegstgeest tree list
- In possession of a Monuments Permit for performing restoration work
- Property is inspected by Monumentenwacht
- Exterior painted in 2017/2018
- The slate, lead and zinc work of the roof was renewed in 2008, including a warranty on the slate roof
- Electrical installation, central heating system, water pipes and sewerage completely renewed in 1998
- In 1998, walls were plastered again and the decorative ceilings were restored to their original state
- A separate living unit on the second floor at the front is very suitable for an au pair or nanny
- Property boasts many authentic details such as stained glass windows, panel doors, fireplaces, marble floor and herringbone parquet
- The house has, among other things, many custom-made cupboards, sprinkler installation and charging station (see list of things what current owners leave behind)
- Beautiful garden all around (1115 m²) with many seating areas
- Shed/storage of red cedar wood
- Two bathrooms
- 3 parking places on own site (charging station for an electric car available)
- Fireplace and patio heater
- Alarm system
- CH boiler (Remeha Quinta from 2010) with controller based on the outside temperature (in all rooms the temperature can be set separately) with a 300 liter boiler connected to it
- Delivery in consultation

Purchase deed:
- The old age clause applies to homes older than 30 years
- The asbestos clause applies to homes from before 1993

Ground floor

Double wrought iron gate, driveway with 3 parking spaces on private property with electric car charging point, side entrance, reception hall with wardrobe, very spacious vestibule with marble floor and various cupboards and with access to the dining room. Living room at the front with stucco ceiling (with egg moldings around and at the corners laurel wreaths and leaf motifs), fireplace and with French doors onto a covered three-sided wooden veranda with balcony. The second living room is on the side, also with French doors onto the front, side and rear terrace and with access to a covered stone veranda with round arches and terrace heating. Both living rooms have beautiful fireplaces and a herringbone parquet. In the vestibule at the rear there is a deep toilet with original wall tiles and a fountain. Below the house you will find a cool (wine) cellar with headroom. Along the spacious staircase with wooden balustrade you will find the tailor-made kitchen with a kitchen island with natural stone top, induction hob, oven, combi microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, fitted fryer, quooker, teppan yaki plate and close-in boiler. The kitchen is in open connection with the dining room. The kitchen also offers access to the spacious utility room with many storage cupboards and space for washing machine and dryer. The front and rear garden are accessible from the utility room.

First floor

The beautiful staircase, with arched window with stained glass, leads to a spacious landing with a separate second toilet; bathroom with underfloor heating, walk-in shower, bathtub, double washbasin and shutters. This floor offers 4 (bed)rooms; at the front a large bedroom/study with custom-made bookcases and French doors to a balcony; a (parent)bedroom with walk-in closet also with access to the balcony and 2 spacious bedrooms on the side and rear. Several rooms have fitted wardrobes.

Second floor

On the 2nd floor, on the side, you will find a large bedroom with a wide dormer window. Next to the stairs is a large storage cupboard. A connecting door gives access to your own living unit; second bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet and a large bedroom at the front with access to a loggia. The other space at the front is currently used as a billiard room with access to the loggia. There is also a large cupboard which houses the central heating system. This living unit is very suitable for an au pair or nanny. The gigantic attic is accessible via a fixed staircase with good headroom in the middle. The attic has an insulated floor and there is a lot of storage space in the various roof points.

Garden

Architecturally landscaped garden all around. In the wide and elongated side (play) garden you will find, among other things, a sun terrace/swing/slide and a monumental white horse chestnut and how about yews as soccer goals! The sheltered, deep and sunny back garden (Southwest) also has a sun terrace, a picnic table, a shed of red cedar wood, a beautiful view of the Pauluskerk and is bordered by a ditch. Do you prefer to be covered under the wooden veranda at the front or at the rear under the stone veranda with round arches, equipped with patio heating. Children as well as adults will never be bored in this garden.

Details

MAGNIFICALLY AND MOMUNENTALLY LIVING IN THE HEART OF OEGSTGEEST

Detached monumental country house (1912) in chalet style with mixed interior styles of Neo-Renaissance and Jugendstil. Built to the design of Leiden architect W. Fontein (1864-1949) and student of renowned architect H.J. Jesse, commissioned by ladies Drost from Leiden. This national monument is characterized by the overwhelming wealth of architectural details and the careful use of materials.

This national monument (440 m2 living area!) has a spacious vestibule with marble floor, 2 living rooms on the ground floor with French doors to a veranda, dining room, custom-made kitchen with various fitted appliances, handy utility room, cool (wine) cellar with headroom, 7 (bed)rooms (including 2 rooms currently in use as a study and billiard room), 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, 1 balcony and 1 loggia and an architecturally designed garden all around (1155 m2 plot area!) with parking space for 3 cars (including charging station for an electric car).

Located on the border between Oegstgeest and Leiden with unobstructed views to the front over protected pasture area "Het landje van Bremmer", which borders on the estate Endegeest. The shops and various restaurants of the attractive shopping street 'De Kempenaerstraat' are just around the corner. City park Leidse Hout, primary and secondary schools, sports fields and public transport are within walking distance. Conveniently located near the A4 and A44 to Amsterdam/Schiphol and The Hague and near roads to the beaches of Katwijk-Noordwijk-Wassenaar. Leiden Central Station and 2 large hospitals (LUMC/Alrijne) are also quite nearby.

Ground floor:
Double wrought iron gate, driveway with 3 parking spaces on private property with electric car charging point, side entrance, reception hall with wardrobe, very spacious vestibule with marble floor and various cupboards and with access to the dining room. Living room at the front with stucco ceiling (with egg moldings around and at the corners laurel wreaths and leaf motifs), fireplace and with French doors onto a covered three-sided wooden veranda with balcony. The second living room is on the side, also with French doors onto the front, side and rear terrace and with access to a covered stone veranda with round arches and terrace heating. Both living rooms have beautiful fireplaces and a herringbone parquet. In the vestibule at the rear there is a deep toilet with original wall tiles and a fountain. Below the house you will find a cool (wine) cellar with headroom. Along the spacious staircase with wooden balustrade you will find the tailor-made kitchen with a kitchen island with natural stone top, induction hob, oven, combi microwave, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, fitted fryer, quooker, teppan yaki plate and close-in boiler. The kitchen is in open connection with the dining room. The kitchen also offers access to the spacious utility room with many storage cupboards and space for washing machine and dryer. The front and rear garden are accessible from the utility room.

1st floor:
The beautiful staircase, with arched window with stained glass, leads to a spacious landing with a separate second toilet; bathroom with underfloor heating, walk-in shower, bathtub, double washbasin and shutters. This floor offers 4 (bed)rooms; at the front a large bedroom/study with custom-made bookcases and French doors to a balcony; a (parent)bedroom with walk-in closet also with access to the balcony and 2 spacious bedrooms on the side and rear. Several rooms have fitted wardrobes.

2nd floor:
On the 2nd floor, on the side, you will find a large bedroom with a wide dormer window. Next to the stairs is a large storage cupboard. A connecting door gives access to your own living unit; second bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet and a large bedroom at the front with access to a loggia. The other space at the front is currently used as a billiard room with access to the loggia. There is also a large cupboard which houses the central heating system. This living unit is very suitable for an au pair or nanny. The gigantic attic is accessible via a fixed staircase with good headroom in the middle. The attic has an insulated floor and there is a lot of storage space in the various roof points.

Garden: Architecturally landscaped garden all around. In the wide and elongated side (play) garden you will find, among other things, a sun terrace/swing/slide and a monumental white horse chestnut and how about yews as soccer goals! The sheltered, deep and sunny back garden (Southwest) also has a sun terrace, a picnic table, a shed of red cedar wood, a beautiful view of the Pauluskerk and is bordered by a ditch. Do you prefer to be covered under the wooden veranda at the front or at the rear under the stone veranda with round arches, equipped with patio heating. Children as well as adults will never be bored in this garden.

Further details:
- Usable living area 440 m²
- Other indoor space 11 m²
- Building-related outdoor space 41 m²
- External storage space 5 m²
- volume of the house 1865 m³ and 16 m³ outbuilding
- Plot area 1115 m²
- Year of construction 1912
- National monument no. 515007 with tax subsidy for maintenance
- Monumental tree Aesculus hippocastanum (white horse chestnut) is on the Oegstgeest tree list
- In possession of a Monuments Permit for performing restoration work
- Property is inspected by Monumentenwacht
- Exterior painted in 2017/2018
- The slate, lead and zinc work of the roof was renewed in 2008, including a warranty on the slate roof
- Electrical installation, central heating system, water pipes and sewerage completely renewed in 1998
- In 1998, walls were plastered again and the decorative ceilings were restored to their original state
- A separate living unit on the second floor at the front is very suitable for an au pair or nanny
- Property boasts many authentic details such as stained glass windows, panel doors, fireplaces, marble floor and herringbone parquet
- The house has, among other things, many custom-made cupboards, sprinkler installation and charging station (see list of things what current owners leave behind)
- Beautiful garden all around (1115 m²) with many seating areas
- Shed/storage of red cedar wood
- Two bathrooms
- 3 parking places on own site (charging station for an electric car available)
- Fireplace and patio heater
- Alarm system
- CH boiler (Remeha Quinta from 2010) with controller based on the outside temperature (in all rooms the temperature can be set separately) with a 300 liter boiler connected to it
- Delivery in consultation

Purchase deed:
- The old age clause applies to homes older than 30 years
- The asbestos clause applies to homes from before 1993

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