Delightful villa with modest luxury and a lot of nature
‘De Veldmuis’ is an by Anthony Williams architecturally constructed villa from 2002, just outside the core of the beautiful Diepenveen, located in a rural environment with woodlands, estates and castles. The villa with characteristic green lectern roof seems somewhat closed off and modest from the front side, but it is surprisingly bright with a sea of living, working and storage space thanks to a partially glass patio, cantilevered windows and a basement across the full width of the house. The house has an attached wooden carport with six solar panels, which offer space for two parked cars, bicycles and garden equipment. The whole is located in the middle of a gorgeous matured garden of 2,000 m2 with a pond, covered terrace with wood stove, rosarium and Japanese patio garden. Everything is landscaped in the style of the famous landscape architect Mien Ruys. House and garden are surrounded by a private beech forest of 6,000 m2 with sand paths, a horse meadow of 2,000 m2 with wooden shed for shelter and a green strip with parking option at the Olsterweg.
The villa has been built very solidly with a high finishing level and has a spacious reception hall, two salons (one with gas fireplace) and a modern kitchen from 2018; four bedrooms with private bathroom plus floor heating, including a master bedroom with wardrobe room; a basement with private entrance and large multifunctional area, a wine cellar and a laundry area. In addition, the house features warm air heating (gas), natural stone floors, double glazing, safety locks, sliding insect screens, sunscreens, Wi-Fi throughout the entire house, groundwater pump for garden irrigation, alarm system and a dog scare line (PetSafe). The plot is accessible through a remote control access gate.
The village of Diepenveen provides in all basic amenities, such as shops, primary schools, library and general practitioner, all at walking distance. The centre of Deventer and the A1 can be reached by car within 10 minutes.