Nestled in a lush, park-like garden populated with mature trees, this expressive and elegant residence is a true rarity. The Wilhelmine-era villa was constructed in 1888 and is now a listed building. It was fully and meticulously renovated last year and furnished to an exceptionally high standard.
The impressive entrance immediately creates a sophisticated ambience and leads you straight to a beautiful foyer featuring a stunning original lead glass window. The living space of around 530 sq. m is spread across two levels, and consists of 11 spacious rooms plus 5 bathrooms/shower rooms. An exceptionally cosy atmosphere is created by the fine materials that are used on the floors and walls of the stylish living and dining room, and indeed throughout the house.
The broker commission consists of 7,14% incl. statutory value added tax. It is due and payable by the buyer upon conclusion of a notarised purchase contract. Property acquisition tax, notary and legal costs are borne by the buyer.
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