Happy Monday! A cozy, historic Dutch home circa 1804 in the peaceful countryside village of Ee, in Freisland, Netherlands!
I love the interior aesthetic of this home. All old good things, beautiful, traditional, yet enough modern comfort to make it very cozy! I love the contrast in the kitchen of an elegant, historic dining chairs cozily situated next to a comfortable modern range and farmhouse sink. I would love to curl up in the stripey antique armchair by the woodstove with a cup of tea and maybe a nice lap cat, or a good book at the least. A really lovely home and at a fantastic price point.
From the listing on Funda:
This very attractive house, which was completely renovated in the 1980s, is located in the protected village center of Ee. The village is located about 10 km from Dokkum and the Lauwersmeer National Park. The house stands on 179 m² of private land and has a back entrance via the adjacent alley, but also at the rear of the garden. There is also space for parking a car here. The house has retained its authentic appearance from the outside, including a very beautiful brickwork. Inside, the house is no longer authentic but very atmospheric. Layout Ground floor: entrance, hallway with tiled floor, toilet, cozy living room with beamed ceiling and oak floor, dining kitchen with a handmade kitchen with built-in appliances, utility room with white goods connections and back entrance. 1st Floor: landing, various closets and storage behind the knee bulkheads, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath / shower, washbasin and 2nd toilet. Attic: attic storage accessible via a loft ladder. – Partly equipped with insulating glazing; – Heating through HR combi boiler; – located in a protected townscape.