Villa for sale at GRIENDTSVEEN with reference 19101252021 Sphagnumweg 7, 5766 PK GRIENDTSVEEN
Ref. AM102201

Netherlands Sotheby's International Realty
Asking price€ 1.750.000 k.k.
Lot surface area87.945 m²
Living area560 m²

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UNIQUE NATIONAL MONUMENT with COACH HOUSE and STABLE on a plot of approximately 87,000 m2 in the heart of DE PEEL

The "Sphagnum" Estate is located in the village of Griendtsveen on approx. 87,000 m2 of private land and consists of a beautiful villa, built by acclaimed architect Van Groendael in "Dutch Renaissance" style, a coach house (now a large double garage) and a stable for horses. The villa, with many authentic details, has 14 rooms and 8 bedrooms. It is surrounded by park-like gardens, meadows, a riding arena, a beautiful pond and delightful terraces.
The entrance to the estate is via an impressive driveway with electric gate. The beautiful monumental villa dates from the end of the last century and has many turrets, ornamental shapes and a wide variety of shapes and ornamentation.

Griendtsveen is in the municipality of Horst, at the top of North Limburg and borders the province of North Brabant. Venlo and Helmond are attractive cities in the area with a wide range of shops, cozy terraces and each has a museum. Eindhoven centre and Nijmegen are also in the vicinity. The estate is a 45-minutes’ drive from Eindhoven and Weeze airports.

Layout
Ground floor:
Hall with marble floor and oak front door.
Sitting room/living room with fireplace (Braat), radiators enrobed with wood, double door to the conservatory.
Conservatory with tiled floor, patio doors to the terrace. Stairway to the garden.
Cloakroom with fountain. WC with fountain.
Behind the hallway is the office with marble floor, built-in cupboards, bar and patio doors.
Dining room with oak parquet floor, oak paneling and oak ceiling.
Kitchen in oak and with a tiled floor.
Laundry room with connection for the washing machine and a sink.
Back room with meter cupboard, toilet with washbasin and built-in cupboard.

Cellar:
Storage area.
Wine cellar.
Central heating room with central heating boiler (Nefit 2015) and boiler.
Workspace with tiled floor and built-in cupboards.
Utility room with tiled floor and built-in cupboards.

1st floor:
Oak staircase to the master bedroom with balcony doors, fireplace, TV connection and access to the spacious bathroom.
Guest room with fireplace, sink and TV connection.
Bedroom with washbasin in alcove.
Bedroom with sink and balcony door to balcony.
Bedroom with built-in wardrobe and sink.
Bathroom with bath, toilet and sink.
Landing with 2 bay windows and a seat.

2nd floor:
Fixed stairs to the spacious attic with radiator and balcony door that provides access to the tower room via the terrace.
Bedroom with radiator and closets.
Bedroom with radiator, sink and wall of cupboards.

Coach house:
Double garage with grease pit and power flow.

Stable:
Equipped with horse boxes, separate central heating boiler, geyser, cistern and wooden ceiling.


Particulars
Unique National Monument
Own land of 87,945 m2
Coach house, now serving as a double garage
Stable for horses
Outside riding arena
Located in a very attractive, quiet area
Large driveway with electric entrance gate
Highly characterful and unique villa with many authentic details
Equipped with double glazing
Sewer with sumps
Lightning protection

History of Griendtsveen
Griendtsveen is in the municipality of Horst aan de Maas, situated in North Limburg between the urban centers of Venlo, Venray and Eindhoven. It covers the rural area of Peel en Maas. This municipality has more than 28,000 inhabitants, of which Griendtsveen has about 539. Griendtsveen owes its name to its founders; the Eduard brothers and Jozef van de Griendt. They were the ones who in 1885 transformed the 'cursed land' of de Peel into fertile cultivated land, with a village full of progressive people, within just a few decades.
A thriving peat waste industry arose in Griendtsveen. The roar of busy machines was heard and rail cars came and went. In the canals were many ships on which the packs of peat waste were piled high. Over the years a complete village emerged, with a monastery, church, school, bakery, butcher, grocer and café. Today the factory whistle is no longer to be heard, the railway tracks have been cleared and some of the canals have closed. The core of Griendtsveen is now a protected and tranquil village.
Due to its historical features and location in the heart of nature, Griendtsveen is a paradise for nature lovers and culture lovers.

Property IDAM102201
Asking price€ 1.750.000 k.k.
Type of houseVilla
Living area560 m²
Lot surface area87.945 m²
Year of construction1897
Bedrooms8
Bathrooms1
Garages -

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