Atmospheric country house for true outdoor living in Diepenveen
In the beautiful outskirts of Diepenveen, this well-maintained country house is situated on 1.2 hectares of private land amidst a nature reserve, forest and agricultural land, with the Sallandsche Goldclub in the immediate vicinity. The house was built in 1999 on the spot where there used to be a small farmhouse. The Veldhuizerhoek domain is synonymous with true outdoor living and includes a driveway with beech trees, parking space for multiple cars, a beautiful vortex, orchard, pasture (with sheep), trees, hedges and shrubs. The ornamental garden surrounding the house is fenced by a beech hedge. Besides the country house, the terrain contains a barn that was almost completely renovated about eight years ago. This delightful house in a beautiful location is the perfect base for beautiful walks and bike rides and gives its residents absolute tranquillity. Both Diepenveen, with good facilities, and the centre of Deventer and A1 can be reached within a 15-minute drive.
The country house
The country house has an appealing roof shape with Dutch tiles and wooden cladding under the overhang, hardwood windows and doors with panes and a covered entrance with divisible front door. The entire ground floor features old French tiles, comfort and technology are fully up-to-date with double glazing, Atag central heating boiler (2019), fibre optic, lightning protection and a Stork heat recovery ventilation system. The wooden access gate to the plot can be operated remotely. The house has Energy Label A.
Bright entrance hall with toilet (fountain and suspended toilet), meter cupboard and wardrobe under the stairs to the first floor. Double doors with glazing bars provide access to the L-shaped living and dining room with television corner. Windows all around provide a beautiful view of the Salland landscape and the golf course. The fireplace features a French mantel and, combined with the tiles, give the whole a Mediterranean flavour. Two French doors provide direct access to a partially covered terrace with fireplace. The large, sunny kitchen, which can also be accessed from the living room, has a rural appearance and features a blue fitted kitchen with a polished black granite countertop and an Atag gas stove with three ovens. The sunny terrace can be reached from the kitchen via two French doors. The utility room has a kitchen unit, microwave and a door to the terrace. There are also stairs from the utility room down to the spacious basement with a separate wine cellar. The terrace adjacent to the kitchen is equipped with a seven metre wide electrically operated awning; the pergola next to the other terrace is partly covered with blue grapes in the summer.
The terraces feature outdoor lighting, sockets and outdoor faucets.
The first floor contains four bedrooms and two bathrooms. One large and one smaller bedroom have lots of closet space as well as access to a large balcony with wooden decking. The other large bedroom features a walk-in closet and a fixed wall cabinet. The fourth bedroom is situated above the entrance. There is also a separate toilet room, a spacious bathroom with double sinks, walk-in shower and bath, and a second bathroom with shower, sink and connection for washing machine and dryer. The bedrooms and the large bathroom offer a great view of the surroundings. The windows in these bedrooms and the Velux skylights are almost all equipped with sliding insect screens. The entire floor is covered by PVC laminate in a light colour. Two storage attics in the ridge of the roof van be reached via retractable stairs.
The barn consists of a studio of almost 65 m/2 with French doors, a central area with closed French doors of over 58 m/2, and an open area with adjacent wood storage of over 75 m/2. The studio area is fully insulated and equipped with central heating (Gas) and a kitchen unit with hot and cold running water. The central area offers space for garden equipment and vehicles.