Monumental and stately mansion with approximately 223 m² living space spread over four floors in the center of Groningen with two (!) Private parking spaces adjacent to the back garden.
In addition to the excellent position, the location is favorable in relation to the city center, near the Groninger Museum, the NS main station and roads. The building concerns the right half of a 'semi-detached house'. The stately entrance is shared with the house on the left. The total building was built in 1885 and legally and factually split into two large city houses in 1996. The current owner has further modernized it and provided it with more luxury and comfort from 2002.
Entrance with a small staircase in the middle of the facade of the building to the first floor. Common hall with the left neighbors. Private entrance, spacious hall with staircase in the middle of the building. At the front a study room of approximately 17 m² and at the rear the kitchen diner with conservatory, a total of almost 30 m². The kitchen is of the Bulthaup brand and equipped with various equipment. Here is room for a large dining table and a seat in the conservatory. Through the back hall / corridor you will find a deep storage cupboard, the toilet and also the back door to the garden and the two private parking spaces.
Basement: you can go down to the basement via the central hall and the staircase. At the front of the house a neat and large basement room of approximately 20 m² that is used as storage and laundry room. Intermediate hall with toilet and small pantry. At the rear a study / guest room with fireplace, fitted wardrobes. A total of approximately 25 m². Next to this room a storage / hall where the bikes can stand with a back door to the garden. Please note: the headroom is limited in the basement!
First floor: landing, beautiful front room of approximately 32 m² with beautiful fireplace and a small balcony at the front of the building. This room is now used as a living room. The back room of approximately 20 m² is now used as a bedroom with built-in wardrobe and roof terrace / balcony of approximately 9 m² (above the conservatory of the kitchen).
Between the two rooms there is a compact, neat bathroom with a shower, toilet and double sink.
Second floor: landing with large skylight so that the open stairwell is nice and light. At the rear a bedroom of approximately 17 m² with fitted wardrobes and at the front a large bedroom of approximately 25 m² with its own 'open' bathroom with bath, washbasin and steam shower. The wooden construction of the sloping roof is beautifully visible (roof insulated on the outside). Through the landing a fourth toilet and a cupboard in which the HR boiler (Nefit Excellent 2005).
- year of construction circa 1885, split 1996, modernization from 2002;
- living space approximately 223² (including office and hall in the basement);
- capacity around 750 m³;
- plot area approximately 120m²;
- thoroughly and completely rebuilt and modernized in 1996 and from 2002;
- National monument and lying in Protected City Area (center);
- both private parking spaces can be reached via the dead-end Blekersgang (can be entered from Zuiderdiep)
- the compact city garden can possibly be arranged / enlarged differently by sacrificing one parking space or two for more garden soil.