Juralaan 8 5691 JD Son en Breugel De Gentiaan

Hightlighted features

  • 277 m² living area
  • 1,056 m² plot size
  • 4 bedrooms
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Description

For sale:

Very large, detached villa (built in 1974, architect: Roosenthaler), located in a quiet residential estate, on a generous plot of 1056 m2 with a beautifully landscaped and south-facing garden and sunny terraces, in the popular and child-friendly neighbourhood De Gentiaan-West, near a supermarket, schools, sports facilities, and arterial roads.

The broad drive with ample on-site parking space leads to the garage and the few steps going up to the front door.

Layout:

Ground floor:
Front door leading into the large hall with mezzanine floor, open hardwood staircase to the first floor, double doors to the living room, a vestibule/cloakroom, the downstairs toilet with a washstand, and the door leading to the kitchen.
The hall and the living room are tiled with grey African slate tiles (free of thresholds).

Living room:
L-shaped living room (approx. 70 m2) divided into three - open-plan - sections (dining area, living, and seating area) with two aluminium sliding doors leading to the back garden, convector heaters, wood-burning fireplace, a lowered seating area, and access to the kitchen. There is the option to extend the living room on the west side.

Kitchen:
Tiled kitchen (approx. 3.50 m x approx. 4.50 m), U-shaped kitchen layout, worktop with a double sink, floor and wall-mounted cupboards, connection for the dishwasher, a fridge, a ceramic stove plus extractor hood, electric oven, a breakfast bar, and the door to the utility room. The large sliding window in the kitchen offers great views of the garden.

Utility room:
Tiled utility room (approx. 4.00 m x approx. 2.00 m), meter cupboard, a door to the garage, white goods connections, floor drain and small sink, door to a closet with the central heating/boiler (Nefit Ecomline HR; 2010), built-in closet, and a door leading to the garden.

Garage:
Via a small step: access to a storage room/bicycle storage (approx. 2.90 m x approx. 1.90 m), leading on the garage (approx. 5.80 m x approx. 5.60 m) with double overhead doors (1 electrically, 1 manually operated), large enough to fit 2 cars, underfloor heating, a letterbox, and a separate door to the bicycle storage via a path at the side of the house.

1st Floor:
The open, hardwood staircase in the hall leads to the first-floor landing/mezzanine, the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms, a family bathroom, and an open bar/study area with a dormer window.
All bedrooms have access to the south-facing balcony at the back of the house.

Master bedroom (bedroom 1):
Master bedroom (approx. 6.60 m x approx. 4.50 m) with a door leading to the balcony, en-suite bathroom (approx. 3.50 m x approx. 2.10 m; double washbasin, bath, and bidet) and a separate open doorway from the bedroom to the dressing room with built-in wardrobes and a separate toilet.

Bedroom 2:
Bedroom (approx. 3.70 m x approx. 3.25 m) with a washbasin, built-in closet, and a sliding door giving access to the balcony.

Bedroom 3:
Bedroom (approx. 3.70 m x approx. 3.25 m) with a double built-in closet and a sliding door giving access to the balcony.

Bedrooms 2 and 3 can easily be converted to create 1 large bedroom.

Bedroom 4:
Bedroom (approx. 6.30 m x approx. 3.25 m) with a door leading to the balcony and an open hardwood spiral staircase leading to the 2nd floor with another bedroom/study with a double built-in closet and a door leading to the (storage) attic.

Bathroom 2:
Tiled family bathroom (approx. 3.20 m x approx. 1.70 m) with a washbasin, a rainshower, and a toilet.

Bar/study:
Large open space (approx. 4.80 m x approx. 5.70 m) with a dormer window, currently furnished as a bar/relax space overlooking the landing, the staircase, and the entrance hall on the ground floor. This space can also be converted to create a practice room, an artist studio, or a home office.

2nd Floor:
The spiral staircase in bedroom 4 gives access to the 2nd floor where you will find a bedroom/study and the door to the generously sized attic (approx. 4.00 m x approx. 3.15 m / approx. 7.20 m x approx. 7.20 m), with a low doorway (approx. 0.90 m x approx. 1.10 m) to a storage room (approx. 7.20 m x approx. 4.40 m).

The attic and the adjacent storage room are perfectly accessible (floorboards) and offer plenty of options to create 2 or more (bed)rooms.

The 2nd floor has wooden floorboards.

Garden:
Beautifully landscaped garden surrounding the house, with borders, pathways, a lawn, and 2 large, sunny terraces - one at the back and one at the side of the house.
The south-facing garden is a wonderful sun trap during the entire day.

The plot boundary of the front garden is in line with where the drive to the garage starts. The plot borders on the public road and part of the lawn is owned by the municipality.

Features:
• Building year: 1974
• Volume approx.: 1240 m3
• Plot: 1056 m2
• Architect: P.J.W. Roosenthaler
• Foundation; Piles in concrete foundation
• Central heating system: Nefit Ecomline HR 2010
• Energy label (definitive): D
• Roof insulation
• Underfloor heating (living room, kitchen, garage, and utility room)
• Position garden: south-facing back garden
• Options for an extension downstairs (west side), adjacent to the living room
• Options for converting the bar area on the 1st floor into a practice / home office / artist studio
• Options to create one or more rooms on the 2nd floor
• Quiet location in a residential estate in the popular, child-friendly neighbourhood De Gentiaan-West
• The residence has a solid construction and has been well maintained but deserves an update, meaning that the buyer should take possible renovation costs into account
• The purchase agreement will include an asbestos clause, an age clause, and the stipulation that the current free-of-charge use of the piece of municipal land at the front of the plot may not apply automatically to the new owners as the entitlement arrangements are unknown.
• To ensure that the buyer meets the purchase obligations, the purchase agreement will stipulate that the buyer provides a security deposit or a bank guarantee (to the amount of 10% of the agreed purchase price).
• Transfer date: around 1 December 2021

Features

Transfer of ownership

Asking price
€ 875,000 kosten koper
Asking price per m²
€ 3,159
Listed since
6+ months
Status
Available
Acceptance
Available on 12/1/2021

Construction

Kind of house
Villa, detached residential property
Building type
Resale property
Year of construction
1974
Type of roof
Gable roof covered with roof tiles

Surface areas and volume

Areas
Living area
277 m²
Other space inside the building
117 m²
Exterior space attached to the building
19 m²
Plot size
1,056 m²
Volume in cubic meters
1,240 m³

Layout

Number of rooms
7 rooms (4 bedrooms)
Number of bath rooms
2 bathrooms and 1 separate toilet
Bathroom facilities
Bath, shower and 2 toilets
Number of stories
3 stories
Facilities
Outdoor awning, optical fibre, passive ventilation system, flue, sliding door and TV via cable

Energy

Energy label
D What does this mean?
Insulation
Roof insulation
Heating
CH boiler, fireplace and partial floor heating
Hot water
CH boiler and electrical boiler
CH boiler
Nefit Ecomline HR (gas-fired from 2010, in ownership)

Cadastral data

SON EN BREUGEL A 3098
Cadastral map
Area
1.056 m²
Ownership situation
Full ownership

Exterior space

Location
Alongside a quiet road and in residential district
Garden
Surrounded by garden and sun terrace
Sun terrace
416 m² (13 meter deep and 32 meter broad)
Garden location
Located at the south
Balcony/roof garden
Balcony present

Garage

Type of garage
Built-in
Capacity
2 cars
Facilities
Electrical door, electricity and heating

Parking

Type of parking facilities
Parking on private property and public parking

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Juralaan 8

€ 875,000 k.k.