If you have a purchase agent, we advise you to take him/ her with you during your viewing.
Located in the beautiful, green Van Stolkpark this charming, very well-maintained corner apartment with lovely, sunny balcony at the living room and a second balcony (morning sun) at the rear.
The apartment was completely modernized in 2017, has 2 good size bedrooms, a modern kitchen and bathroom and is part of a small-scale, representative complex with a large and beautifully landscaped communal garden.
The location is truly excellent. The center of The Hague is about 15 minutes by bike. The beach of Scheveningen is also easy to reach on foot or by bicycle or tram. Conveniently located to all highways (A12, A4, N44). Pleasant shopping areas -with a wide range of shops and restaurants- "De Fred" in the Statenkwartier or that of the Belgisch Park in the Stevinstraat are nearby.
The Van Stolkpark is one of the first villa parks in our country. In 1872 and 1873, Van Stolk bought plots of dune land east of the Scheveningseweg with the intention of building a villa park here. The design for this was provided by the landscape architects J.D. and L.P. Zocher in Haarlem. Around 1875 the first villas were built along the Van Stolkweg.
There are many parks around the district, including the Scheveningen Bosjes, the Westbroekpark, the Hubertuspark, the Nieuwe Scheveningse Bosjes and the Oostduinen.
LAY OUT: (for dimensions see the floor plans)
Via deep front garden, closed entrance with doorbells and mailboxes.
Stairs to the 1st floor. Entrance apartment. Corridor with hard stone floor, meter cupboard and wardrobe.
Light L-shaped living / dining room with lots of light and nice views through the windows on both sides, beautiful oak parquet floor and fireplace (not in use by the current owners), door to the sunny sheltered balcony (S).
Modern, closed kitchen with stainless steel worktop and sink and built-in appliances, such as fridge freezer, dishwasher (2020), 6-burner Boretti stove and extractor hood, washing machine; door to the balcony with storage cupboard. Also a gas geyser in the kitchen for the hot water supply.
Modern tiled bathroom (2017) with toilet, washbasin, walk-in shower, towel radiator and underfloor heating.
Two spacious bedrooms at the rear, the master bedroom is situated at the corner with windows on two sides and a door to the rear balcony; 2nd good size bedroom, also with door to the rear balcony.
Finally, private (bicycle) storage room in the basement.
- Year of construction 1952
- The entire apartment has oak parguet floors
- Hallway, bathroom and kitchen with tiled floor
- New bathroom (2017) with underfloor heating, shower, toilet and washbasin
- Modern kitchen with appliances
- Entire electrical installation renewed in 2017
- Partly steel and partly wooden frames (balconies) with single glazing
- Storage room in the basement
- Block heating; hot water supply by means of geyser
- Active HomeOwersAssociation, monthly contribution VvE € 144.63, =
Mutual home insurance, garden maintenance, Maintenace plan
- Advance heating costs € 71.96 / month
- The apartment is also very suitable as a pied-a-terre
- Notary choice reserved for the buyer, but within Haaglanden Area
- Given the year of construction of the house, an old age and materials clause will be included in the NVM purchase deed.
All information provided should be regarded as an invitation to make an offer or to enter into negotiations. We represent the interests of the selling party. Bring your own NVM purchase broker. Your NVM purchase broker stands up for your interests and saves you time, money and worries. You can find addresses of fellow NVM purchase brokers in Haaglanden on Funda.nl
This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. However, on our part no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative. The NVM conditions apply.
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The Measurement Instruction is based on the NEN2580. The Measurement Instruction is intended to apply a more unambiguous way of measuring to give an indication of the usable area. The Measurement Instruction does not completely rule out differences in measurement results, for example due to differences in interpretation, rounding off or limitations when performing the measurement.