Majestic Townhouse

This extraordinary house with a typical Dutch classical charm, dates from 1922. The current residents, in collaboration with an architect with a passion for houses from that era, have considerably expanded the house.

The new kitchen, with adjoining utility room, forms the beating heart of the house. Throughout the space there is a playful contrast between three sturdy materials: wood, marble and steel. The beautiful painting by talented artist Lita Cabellut forms an extra focus point in the space and provides a surprising effect when you walk in. The doors and windows are made of steel with a soft coating, they provide an elegant transition to the living room and outdoor garden.

The utility room is the place where the dogs come in after a long walk to dry and replenish. It is also the laundry where the washer, dryer, and ironing board are neatly and practically concealed in custom-made cupboards.

The house has been renovated from top to bottom, with respect and love for the style and glory of yesteryear. The authentic character is further emphasized by the dark marble floors and the old doors with beautiful trim, paneling, and high skirting boards painted in crisp white. The stately villa has many large and high rooms that offered ample space for build-in wardrobes, cupboards and shelves; they can be found throughout the house. Because the cabinets provide ample storage, each room can be used freely, and the state-of-the-art customization ensures a rich appearance and a peaceful background for the design. The lighting design creates an exciting contrast also; the basic lighting is modern and the mood lighting has a more classic look.

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This home is Heritage