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Balistraat 16 ‘s-Gravenhage

Specificaties

Huurprijs: € 6.000 p.m.

  • Postcode: 2585 XS
  • Woonoppervlakte: 272 m2
  • Perceeloppervlakte: 196 m2
  • Inhoud: 1098 m3
  • Bouwjaar: 1890

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Omschrijving

BALISTRAAT 16 – ARCHIPEL

A GORGEOUS TOWNHOUSE IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE BEAUTIFUL AND IDEALLY LOCATED ARCHIPEL NEIGHBORHOOD. THIS SPACIOUS (APPROX. 272M²) AND SUSTAINABLE (LABEL C) HOUSE WAS RECENTLY RENOVATED AND CONSISTS OF MODERN FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN, ELEGANT DINING AND LIVING ROOMS, TWO FULL BATHROOMS, 4 SPACIOUS BEDROOMS, A PRIVATE SUNNY GARDEN, AND OPTIONAL OFF STREET PARKING. AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE IN.

A wonderfully charming and characteristic townhouse with Label C is now available for the first time in the popular Archipelbuurt of The Hague. This neighborhood is known for its historic buildings and walking/cycling-distance proximity to Bankastraat, Frederikstraat/Denneweg, and Van Hoytemastraat, where you will find cozy shops, trendy restaurants and nice cafés and you can enjoy the city ambiance. You are also within a few minutes of the beach, the dunes, various parks, and the bustling center of The Hague, as well as easy access to various international organizations and schools (e.g., Shell, Europol, Eurojust, OPCW). In addition, there are excellent public transport connections and major arterial roads are easily accessible.

The house is located on the illustrious Balistraat, a quiet street lined with majestic trees that is uniquely known for its friendly, internationally-oriented neighbors. With its historic features, modern updates, spacious garden, and unique location, this home offers the best of all worlds.

Layout:
The ground floor of this house welcomes you with a beautiful entry room and hallway with original terrazzo floors. From the hallway, you can enter the cozy living room (the Snug), the kitchen, and a separate WC. In the Snug, you can relax in a room that retains the original charm and feel of the house, next to a gas fireplace while being connected to the kitchen, and have a view through the kitchen to the beautiful garden.

The spacious, luxury kitchen is the heart of the house and has a heated tile floor. It offers plenty of options to prepare delicious meals and enjoy cozy dinners with family and friends. The sunroom, which can serve as a casual family dining area is connected to the kitchen with a bar-top table, where you can sit on tall stools facing the kitchen. Recently renovated, the kitchen has a classic feel while being completely modern, featuring amenities such as an induction cooktop, two stoves (one of which is also a steamer oven), a Quooker faucet, refrigerator, freezer, and dish-washer.

Through French doors you enter the spacious southwest-facing backyard, allowing for seamless indoor-outdoor living. The outdoor space has a patio area and a variety of plants, shrubs, and trees, giving it the feel of a quaint English garden. It has an unusual level of quiet privacy as a result of the buildings along the rear of the property not having windows looking down into the garden.

The splendor of this mansion is even more evident on the first floor. Here you will find an en-suite living room and dining room, separated by original sliding doors. There is also a smaller sunroom facing the garden, which can be used as an office area or a place to throw open the French doors and enjoy the sun setting over the garden. These spaces are characterized by beautiful ornate ceilings, chandeliers, classic parquet floors, marble fireplaces with antique mantelpieces, and beautiful stained-glass windows. In addition, on this floor you have a separate prep kitchen (with a microwave oven, mini-fridge, and dishwasher), a separate WC with a Delft Blue antique sink original to the house, and a small balcony reachable via the landing.

On the second floor there are two spacious bedrooms, a walk-in closet, and a bathroom with a walk-in shower. The garden-facing bedroom has French doors that open to a spacious balcony. These rooms retain the original charm and feel of the house with various features, such as ceiling moldings, fireplace mantles, and wood plank flooring in the back bedroom.

On the third floor you will also find two spacious bedrooms, both of which have vaulted ceilings with balcony bonus areas and exposed wooden beams, a spacious bathroom, separate WC, and separate laundry room. The bathroom has heated tile flooring, a walk-in shower, a vanity with two sinks, and a classic claw-footed bathtub. From the landing, you can access the attic, which has ample space for storage.

Details:
– Many original details of the 1890-built house have been preserved after the recent renovation;
– Rental includes: curtains and velux blinds, fireplace grate and screen on first floor, large mirror above first floor fireplace, washer/dryer, regular gardening service ;
– Immediately available;
– Solar panels to reduce electricity bills;
– Deposit of 2 months is required;
– Rental price excludes utilities, security system fees (if tenant chooses to activate it), and off-street parking fee (if tenant would like to have this amenity;
– No service charges or association contributions required;
– Diplomatic clause for the landlord applicable after 3 years minus a few weeks;

Why do you want to live in Archipel:

“Centrally located: Archipel is conveniently situated in The Hague, close to both the city center and the beach of Scheveningen. This offers residents easy access to various amenities and recreational opportunities.

Architecture and atmosphere: The neighborhood is known for its beautiful, historic buildings and architecture. The surroundings have a charming appearance with many green areas and avenues.

Quiet residential environment: Despite its central location, Archipel offers a quiet residential environment with many parks and green spaces, such as Zorgvliet Park and Scheveningse Bosjes.

Amenities: The neighborhood has a wide range of amenities, including shops, restaurants, cafes, schools, and healthcare facilities, making it a complete and comfortable living environment.

Cultural and historical attractions: Archipel is close to various museums and cultural institutions, such as the Gemeentemuseum and the Peace Palace, making the neighborhood attractive for art and culture enthusiasts.

Public transport: The neighborhood is well connected to The Hague’s public transport network, making it easy to travel to other parts of the city and beyond.

International community: The Hague is an international city with many expats, and Archipel is a neighborhood that is popular with both Dutch and international residents. This creates a diverse and vibrant community.”

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