Vintage village house with turn of the century charm for sale at 199,000 Euro
Featuring a cutie in the Netherlands for two reasons:
1- The Dutch Grand Prix is this weekend (sorry Max Verstappen fans I’m 100% team Ferrari because, hellooo, Carlos & Charles)
2- The Netherlands has a VERY appealing option for American Entrepreneurs looking to move to Europe. (Learn more about the The Dutch-American Friendship Treaty)
This home is extra special because it was built by celebrated Dutch architect Oeds de Leeuw Wieland in 1910. Situated in a quiet leafy area just around the corner from one of the cutest streets I’ve seen in a while lined with local shops & such (B.T.Dubs, Google street maps is so ADDICTIVE).
Now, can we just talk about that insanely dreamy front room…
2+ Beds • 1+ Baths
Location: Loppersum Netherlands
Airport: Groningen 24miles
Source: Funda NL
Loppersum is a village in the province of Groningen in the northeast of the Netherlands. The city of Groningen (pop. ~200,000) is about 20-25 minutes by train or car.
Groningen is a lively city in the north of Holland, which offers plenty of culture, for instance at the Groninger Museum, a range of events like Noorderzon and Eurosonic Noorderslag, countless great shops for a wonderful shopping spree, and excellent restaurants. The city’s eye catcher is the Martini Tower on Grote Markt square, which offers a fantastic view of the sprawling city. (Source: Holland.com)
From the Listing Agent (Translated by Google):
"This house, built in 1910, was designed by architect Oeds de Leeuw Wieland.
Not only richly decorated houses but also three workers' houses were designed by this architect, including this house.
The house is simple, but extremely attractive and is located on a plot of 436m2.
Entrance/hall with meter cupboard, bright living room with wood stove, half open kitchen with fitted cupboards and stairs to the first floor.
From the kitchen access to the hallway with rear entrance, toilet, bedroom and bathroom with shower, toilet and sink.
Open space with a bedroom and attic space.
Subsidy for sustainability and home improvement of €17,000 will be transferred to the buyer.
- within walking distance of schools and shops;
- NS station within walking distance;
- the city of Groningen at 25 minutes by train or 20 minutes by car."
Source: Funda NL
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