The fortified town of Weesp is 9 centuries old, but has lost none of its charm and liveliness. The town now has some 18,000 inhabitants, who can enjoy the special living and working climate. Weesp offers the perfect combination of city and nature.
As of March, Weesp will become part of metropolitan Amsterdam.
Best of both worlds: Charming and tastefully renovated late 19th-century home in one of the nicest and most beautiful streets in the old town of Weesp.
Here you live in the middle of everything that Weesp has to offer. Within a few minutes' walking distance you will find shops, supermarkets, gyms and restaurants on one side, nature and greenery on the other: the Vecht, playground "Draaierschans" and city park "Achter 't Vosje". The highways and the train station are also close by and quickly accessible.
This attractive and well maintained two bedroomed 74 m2 house is located in a quiet part of the cosy and historic town centre of Weesp. The street is small and car-free and is full of benches and pots with plants and flowers. The house is old, characteristic and charming on the outside, but on the inside it was completely tastefully renovated, insulated and rearranged in 2016.
Through an open hallway, upon entering you are in the long dining/living room with open kitchen with cooking island at the back. Above the kitchen a skylight provides plenty of light in the kitchen. Behind the kitchen you will find a toilet, and the backdoor to a small place and the alley.
The stairs opposite the entrance lead to the first floor, where a small hallway gives access to a bathroom, a small bedroom and a spacious bedroom with a door to the roof terrace of 9 m2. A roof light has been added to this room as well, making it a light and airy space.
The attic is approximately 10m2 of storage space.
- 74m2 living space
- Built in 1895
- Located in the protected townscape of Weesp
- Completely and tastefully renovated in 2016
- Double glazing
- Roof terrace of 9m2
- Delivery in consultation