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Haarlem, Raamsingel 28. Vraagprijs € 1.350.000,00 k.k.

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Soort woning: Woning
Bouwjaar: 1827
Aantal kamers: 8
Aantal woonlagen: 3
Soort dak: zadeldak
Perceelgrootte: 411 m2
Woonoppervlak: 337 m2
Inhoud: 1125 m3
   

Live in luxury - with sauna and hot tub! - right in the middle of historic Haarlem.  This unique canal house has a WOW component and is definitely a MUST SEE!

Description:  Beautifully situated on one of the most beautiful canals of Haarlem, this unique and recently renovated (2006) home contains both modern and traditional details, as well as a large, attached rear unit, on a plot of approximately 411 m2! This is a spacious and extra wide house (total living area approx 343 m2) that features an enormous backyard with a southern exposure and a separate (portal) access; the back house is particularly well-suited for an attached commercial space or for extra living quarters.  Although the façade of this distinguished house (built in 1827, and the oldest in the area) appears quite modest, it conceals what happens to be the largest plot on the block. In the center of Haarlem, adjacent to the '5 Corners' neighbourhood and within walking distance of shops and entertainment venues (City Theatre) and nearby access roads, the property has a spacious and sunny city garden (approximately 19 x 15 m2.), and includes a gardening shed as well as a bicycle / storage shed.

Indeling

Ground floor:
Entrance, spacious marble-tiled hall with access to a modern toilet, meter closet, under-stairs storage closets, study room at the front; leading to a designer kitchen (Paul van der Kooi) distinguished by marble surfaces and top-of-the line American appliances (Wolf stove / range and Sub-Zero refrigerator). Doors lead to the garden, while other 'en-suite' sliding doors lead to the spacious living room featuring rustic wooden floors and fireplace. The more than 19 meters deep sunny garden has lots of privacy with both a bicycle shed and garden tool shed (holding a separate boiler for the back house).  The garden and back house are accessible either via a separate portal / path next to the house, or through the glassed-in annex. The rear unit houses a light and airy multipurpose room with stairs to a loft, hall, a tiled toilet with hands-free sink, and a lovely, large sound-proofed studio or office space.

First floor:
Bright spacious landing, modern toilet, master bedroom at the rear with large closet and door to a spacious modern bathroom with a double-wide sink with two faucets, shower stall with a double shower and wall mounted heads, toilet, radiator, sliding door system concealing the  washer / dryer and storage space. The bright room with a fully functional sauna has an electrically retractable roof, and can be accessed through either the master bathroom or the landing.  Then there are two bedrooms at the front, both with stunning views of the canal, the steeple of the New Church and the old center of Haarlem; one of the bedrooms has a large fitted wardrobe.  Between the two bedrooms is a second bathroom with shower, bath under the window, two sinks and a wardrobe.

Second floor / attic:
Landing with boiler and central heating system (Nefit), nicely finished multi-functional space that can be used as a guest or extra bedroom, family or 'rumpus' room, including a sink, dormers and beamed roof construction, and with lots of convenient storage space hidden behind the bulkheads.

Specifics:  
- Built in 1827, living area 337m², total space 1.125m³  
- Mixed purpose, various uses  - Protected exterior property  
- Completely rebuilt in 2006 with quality materials as a luxurious canal house on the outskirts of downtown  
- Very complete designer kitchen with marble counters and back splashes, Gaggenau steam oven, warming drawer and    dishwasher, Wolf stove / oven, designer range hood, Sub Zero fridge / freezer, stainless steel countertop.
- Hot Spring jacuzzi spa
- Optimally insulated

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