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Herensingel 105 Weesp

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Description

What an opportunity! Tastefully renovated 1900 town house with large garden, on the edge of the historic centre of Weesp.

Right near the old centre of Weesp, you will find this very charming block of houses. It is a little block where everyone knows each other well, as the residents all have the right of way through each other's back gardens.
This cosy and brisk corner house also has a very large south-facing back garden, adjacent to an old city farm. An efficient layout has enabled four-(bed)rooms upstairs on 87m2. Both the front and the back of the house overlook a lot of greenery.

Layout
Through a front garden you walk to the front door of Herensingel 105, with a classic door knocker for visitors to report in.
When entering you arrive in the hall, here is room for the cloakroom and toilet. The door on the right leads into the living room, where you will also find the stairs to the first floor. Here you immediately notice the friendly character of the house. Around the window overlooking the Herensingel at the front is a classic custom-made cupboard, which perfectly matches the other style elements and the construction period of the house.

For example, the ceiling has white lacquered wooden beams and the doors are beautiful panel doors. The living room flows naturally into dining room and kitchen. The dining table overlooks the richly planted garden and the kitchen is also customised. Besides being a wonderful mix between modern and classic, it is also very practical with its long worktop and plenty of storage and hanging options. Furthermore, the kitchen is fully equipped including a dishwasher, Quooker combi +, microwave, oven fridge, freezer and 5 burner gas stove.

In the kitchen you will find the door to the back garden. What a surprise: a more than 20 (!) metres deep garden behind the house. With this depth and its south-facing location, it's a dream. Everywhere you look you can pick fruit or harvest vegetables and in the greenhouse the tomatoes grow big and red. A home-made soup from your own garden, how does that sound? At the back of the garden is a spacious garden house with attic (currently used as a shed) and the garden also has outdoor lighting, outdoor sockets and a water tap.

First floor
The stairs take you to the landing, which provides access to a large and small bedroom, bathroom, and walk-in wardrobe. The door to the bathroom is a real eye-catcher: a sliding door made of wooden slats. This allows air and light through, but also creates a real spa feel. The bathroom is small but practical and complete with a toilet, shower and sink. The skylight adds extra light. Adjacent to the bathroom is the small bedroom that is now set up as a nursery. Through the hall, you walk past the smart walk-in closet to the bedroom at the back of the house. Wake up with a view from bed of Laurentius Church? Here you can. This bedroom really is a hidden gem in the house, cosy, charming, practical and with fantastic views.

Second floor
On the second floor there are 2 more bedrooms and a storage room. The build-up of the second floor carried out in 2014 made this a full-fledged floor. The front room has a little surprise: there is a loft to the room below. At the back of the house another spacious room (with a view) is now set up as a guest/work room. The connection for the dryer and washing machine are also on this floor.

Surroundings
This house is right between the old city centre and the train station. Travel time to the Zuidas and Amsterdam Central Station is about 15 minutes. But also the river Vecht is a 1-minute walk away. With the above-mentioned unique features, Weesp is perhaps one of the most conveniently located urban areas in the municipality of Amsterdam!
Close to the house you will find several supermarkets, nice shops, such as Hatseflats, De Bloemenmand, Thuiz, Puck and Co and also specialty shops like the well-known cheese shop Pronk.
Weesp has good restaurants; including De Eendracht, 't Weesperplein and not to forget Nelis IJssalon, with excellent ice cream. There are also many cosy cafés with fine terraces and special local beers and brews.

Features
- Built in 1901
- Window frames painted in 2019
- Second-floor extension realised in 2014
- Kitchen renewed in 2019
- Energy label B
- Heat recovery installation
- Possibility for extension
- Located in the centre of Weesp
- Large south-facing garden

Features

Transfer of ownership

Available from
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Building type
Corner house/apartment
Type of construction
Existing property
Year of construction
1901
Under construction
No

Details

Building plot ready for construction
No
Location
In town or city centre
Permanent habitation
Yes
Roof covering
Combination roof
Roof material
Bituminous roofing, Roof tiles

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
87 m²
Lot
205 m²
Volume
312 m³

Layout

Number of rooms
5
Number of bedrooms
3
Number of floors
3
Number of bathrooms
1
Bathroom amenities
Shower, Toilet, Washbasin
Kitchen type
Open-plan kitchen, Kitchen-diner

Insulation and heating Insulation and heating

Heating type
cv ketel
Hot water installation
cv ketel
Boiler year of construction
2014
Boiler gas/oil
gas
Boiler ownership
Freehold property

Energy rating

Energy rating
B
End date energy label
2028-08-21

Land registry details

Cadastral designation
Weesp A 5231
Surface area
205 m²
Ownership structure
Full ownership

Outside Area

Garden type(s)
Backyard, Front garden
Main garden type Main garden type
Backyard
Main garden area
136 m²
Main garden at the back
Yes
Landscape main garden
South
Total area
155 m²

Garage

Garage types
No garage

Parking

Facility
Public parking

Storage space

Type of property
Detached (wood)

Description

What an opportunity! Tastefully renovated 1900 town house with large garden, on the edge of the historic centre of Weesp.

Right near the old centre of Weesp, you will find this very charming block of houses. It is a little block where everyone knows each other well, as the residents all have the right of way through each other's back gardens.
This cosy and brisk corner house also has a very large south-facing back garden, adjacent to an old city farm. An efficient layout has enabled four-(bed)rooms upstairs on 87m2. Both the front and the back of the house overlook a lot of greenery.

Layout
Through a front garden you walk to the front door of Herensingel 105, with a classic door knocker for visitors to report in.
When entering you arrive in the hall, here is room for the cloakroom and toilet. The door on the right leads into the living room, where you will also find the stairs to the first floor. Here you immediately notice the friendly character of the house. Around the window overlooking the Herensingel at the front is a classic custom-made cupboard, which perfectly matches the other style elements and the construction period of the house.

For example, the ceiling has white lacquered wooden beams and the doors are beautiful panel doors. The living room flows naturally into dining room and kitchen. The dining table overlooks the richly planted garden and the kitchen is also customised. Besides being a wonderful mix between modern and classic, it is also very practical with its long worktop and plenty of storage and hanging options. Furthermore, the kitchen is fully equipped including a dishwasher, Quooker combi +, microwave, oven fridge, freezer and 5 burner gas stove.

In the kitchen you will find the door to the back garden. What a surprise: a more than 20 (!) metres deep garden behind the house. With this depth and its south-facing location, it's a dream. Everywhere you look you can pick fruit or harvest vegetables and in the greenhouse the tomatoes grow big and red. A home-made soup from your own garden, how does that sound? At the back of the garden is a spacious garden house with attic (currently used as a shed) and the garden also has outdoor lighting, outdoor sockets and a water tap.

First floor
The stairs take you to the landing, which provides access to a large and small bedroom, bathroom, and walk-in wardrobe. The door to the bathroom is a real eye-catcher: a sliding door made of wooden slats. This allows air and light through, but also creates a real spa feel. The bathroom is small but practical and complete with a toilet, shower and sink. The skylight adds extra light. Adjacent to the bathroom is the small bedroom that is now set up as a nursery. Through the hall, you walk past the smart walk-in closet to the bedroom at the back of the house. Wake up with a view from bed of Laurentius Church? Here you can. This bedroom really is a hidden gem in the house, cosy, charming, practical and with fantastic views.

Second floor
On the second floor there are 2 more bedrooms and a storage room. The build-up of the second floor carried out in 2014 made this a full-fledged floor. The front room has a little surprise: there is a loft to the room below. At the back of the house another spacious room (with a view) is now set up as a guest/work room. The connection for the dryer and washing machine are also on this floor.

Surroundings
This house is right between the old city centre and the train station. Travel time to the Zuidas and Amsterdam Central Station is about 15 minutes. But also the river Vecht is a 1-minute walk away. With the above-mentioned unique features, Weesp is perhaps one of the most conveniently located urban areas in the municipality of Amsterdam!
Close to the house you will find several supermarkets, nice shops, such as Hatseflats, De Bloemenmand, Thuiz, Puck and Co and also specialty shops like the well-known cheese shop Pronk.
Weesp has good restaurants; including De Eendracht, 't Weesperplein and not to forget Nelis IJssalon, with excellent ice cream. There are also many cosy cafés with fine terraces and special local beers and brews.

Features
- Built in 1901
- Window frames painted in 2019
- Second-floor extension realised in 2014
- Kitchen renewed in 2019
- Energy label B
- Heat recovery installation
- Possibility for extension
- Located in the centre of Weesp
- Large south-facing garden

Features

Transfer of ownership

Available from
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Building type
Corner house/apartment
Type of construction
Existing property
Year of construction
1901
Under construction
No

Details

Building plot ready for construction
No
Location
In town or city centre
Permanent habitation
Yes
Roof covering
Combination roof
Roof material
Bituminous roofing, Roof tiles

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
87 m²
Lot
205 m²
Volume
312 m³

Layout

Number of rooms
5
Number of bedrooms
3
Number of floors
3
Number of bathrooms
1
Bathroom amenities
Shower, Toilet, Washbasin
Kitchen type
Open-plan kitchen, Kitchen-diner

Insulation and heating Insulation and heating

Heating type
cv ketel
Hot water installation
cv ketel
Boiler year of construction
2014
Boiler gas/oil
gas
Boiler ownership
Freehold property

Energy rating

Energy rating
B
End date energy label
2028-08-21

Land registry details

Cadastral designation
Weesp A 5231
Surface area
205 m²
Ownership structure
Full ownership

Outside Area

Garden type(s)
Backyard, Front garden
Main garden type Main garden type
Backyard
Main garden area
136 m²
Main garden at the back
Yes
Landscape main garden
South
Total area
155 m²

Garage

Garage types
No garage

Parking

Facility
Public parking

Storage space

Type of property
Detached (wood)

Photos

Zie ook: Floorplan

Floorplan