Good Thursday morning! A cozy, eco-friendly, eccentric Dutch farmhouse circa 1900 with large garden!
It’s a gloomy, rainy, fall day where I live and this super cozy, colorful, eco-friendly Dutch farmhouse fits with my mood today perfectly. The sewing and crafting room upstairs! The enormous array of solar panels! This house is full of good vibes.
From the listing on Funda:
Located in a beautiful location with wonderful unobstructed views and many energy-efficient features, this beautiful authentic farmhouse stands on approx. 3,717 m² of private land.
Thanks to the many energy-saving measures, the house has more than the most economical A-label. A new insulated wall has been placed around the house, the house has also recently been fitted almost entirely with HR ++ glass (the majority of which is plastic), the roof is largely insulated, the central heating boiler was replaced in 2018 by the energy-efficient Intergas HRE ( with A-label pump) and no fewer than 40 solar panels have been installed (for takeover).
The whole is very easily accessible and is located on a 30 km through road on the outskirts of Augustinusga. Despite the fact that the house has been renovated in an energy-efficient manner, many authentic details have been preserved. We are happy to show you around to discuss everything with you in and around this house.
Entrance / hall on the side wall; renewed meter cupboard; toilet room with toilet and wash basin; kitchen area with L-shaped rural kitchen with freestanding gas stove; living room with beamed ceiling, cupboards and wood stove connection; bathroom with bath, washbasin with washbasin and shower; laundry room with central heating system and 2 bedrooms with fitted wardrobes.
In the shed room there is a hobby room, as well as a large room (which with minor adjustments can also be used as an extra bedroom) and a closet.
Landing, 2 bedrooms, lots of storage space and loft at the rear in shed part.
Around the house is a spacious, very free garden with a greenhouse, meadow, many sun terraces, storage spaces (such as the beautiful boiler house) and a carport. The solar panels are located on the backyard.
The village of Augustinusga is a rural village, but a short distance from larger towns, such as Surhuisterveen (approx. 5 minutes by car) and Buitenpost (approx. 7 minutes by car) where many shopping facilities are available, as well as extensive rail facilities. In addition, the A7 motorway (to Groningen-Drachten-Heerenveen) is a short distance away.