Good Thursday morning! A cozy house in a Dutch village!
I’m sharing this one mainly because I kind of love the sort of Scandinavian maximalism that seems to describe Dutch design, and this house is a particularly cozy example. Also a surprisingly extensive back garden with a tree house! I wouldn’t mind curling up in the armchair by the woodstove with a good book or an embroidery project while the kids ran amok.
From the listing on Funda:
At the Molendijk in Sint-Maartensdijk, taste and atmosphere have been brought together into a beautiful whole in this authentic house. The dike is a quiet street on the edge of the village with the various village facilities in the center within walking distance. Think of a supermarket, local catering, primary education, etc.
Upon arrival, your gaze falls directly on the authentic facade with, among other things, a bay window, wide overhangs with decorative elements and wooden shutters. Upon entering, the atmosphere is immediately picked up by means of granito floors, paneling, panel doors, high skirting boards, a front and back room and, among other things, stained glass.
In the past, the house was expanded at the rear, creating a spacious kitchen diner, of course all the desired equipment is provided. On the ground floor you will also find an intermediate hall for the back, a utility room and the bicycle shed. The garden is then wonderfully sunny on the South, has various terraces, a second storage room with canopy and offers the necessary privacy.
On the first floor there are currently 2 spacious bedrooms, of which 3 bedrooms can be made relatively easily, as was originally the case. A cool element is of course the en-suite bathroom, which creates a true hotel feeling, but also think of the attic with loft, which makes the VT living effect completely complete.