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Dorpstraat, Beekbergen

Living in a State Monument
Dorpstraat Beekbergen
€3.000,-
a/month
€ 3.000,-
a/month
Dorpstraat Beekbergen
  • TypeManor
  • Interior Upholstered
  • Living area325 m²
  • Plot size2500 m²
  • Rooms 12
  • Bedrooms7 (1 extra Possible)

Description Dorpstraat in Beekbergen

Beekbergen, Dorpstraat 33 in Beekbergen,

Unique opportunity, living in this beautiful Presbytery which is designated as being national monument.

 

Spacious stately entrance

Spacious living room

Dining / study room

Residential kitchen,

Toilet

 

1st Floor :

4 bedrooms

Bathroom

 

2nd Floor:

3 bedrooms

1 lounge/playroom

 

Spacious garden of 2500m2 available

Storage room.

 


- Rent : €3000- per month excl. g/w/e

- Deposit: 1 month

- Available from 1-10-2022

- Contract max 12 months (otherwise by agreement)

- Only suitable for residents who respect the church services on Sundays in the adjacent church.

 

Introduction

PASTORY belonging to the adjacent Dutch Reformed Church (HH Fabianus and Sebastianus) on the Dorpsstraat in Beekbergen. The presbytery is accessed from the Dorpsstraat, the church from the Kerkstraat. The building was probably built in the period 1890-1900 in an eclectic architectural style in which elements of Neo-Classicism and Neo-Renaissance are incorporated. In the garden is a simple plastered shed under a gable roof covered with tiles.

Description

The brick building, built in cross bond, is built on an almost rectangular basis and consists of two floors under a flattened hipped roof covered with melted tuiles du Nord. The rear façade contains a two-story building on the right, a building section on the left that is not in the plane of the right side façade and gradually increases to the right from one to one and a half stories under pent roofs. Above this, the set-back facade rises to the entablature. As a result, the roof has an L-shape.

The facades are closed with an entablature with wooden cornice behind which is the gutter. The facades have plastered components: a plinth, corner pilasters, lintels at the level of the lower and changeable sills, a cordon strip on the floor, keystones and appositions and a frieze and architrave as part of the entablature. The pilasters are subdivided into blocks on the first floor by mock joints, on the floor they have transoms. The keystones have diamond heads. All the fanlights are set with cathedral stained glass. The windows are relieved by a one-and-a-half-stone bar. All persiennes in front of the windows have been removed.

The symmetrically divided front façade contains a plastered risalite in the middle, divided into blocks by false joints. The risalite has on the first floor a portico with double panel door each with a glass panel behind ornamental ironwork. In front of the door is a bluestone sidewalk. Above the door a single-pane fanlight. The first floor has a balcony with wooden balustrade with turned balusters, resting on profiled consoles. The balcony is accessed through a 2-pane tilt-up door with overhead light. The facade has two T windows on both floors to the left and right of the risalite. Above the risalite a dormer window with 2-pane tilt-up window with fanlight. The window is framed between wooden pilasters. The dormer is crowned with a pediment.

The LEFT SIDEVEL contains on the first floor a T-window on the left and on the right a 2-window tilt-up door with fanlight. The first floor has two 2-pane tilt-up windows with overlight.

The right part of the REAR GALLERY contains on the first floor a T-window. The left part contains on the first floor on the left a door and to its right three single-pane windows of unequal size behind thief bars. The first floor also has a single-pane window behind thief bars. The set-back section has a two-pane window.

The RIGHT SIDGE contains two two-window tilt-up windows with overlight on both floors. The right window on the first floor has been shortened due to the placement of a (higher) kitchen sink.

The INTERIOR includes a staircase with twisted balusters and a rich stair post and in several rooms stucco ceilings with perforated strips and rich center ornaments. The latter are almost certainly from the company Silberling & Son in Amsterdam-Sloterdijk.

VALUE

In eclectic style built PASTORY from ca. 1890-1900 in which influences of neoclassicism and neo-Renaissance are incorporated.

- Of architectural historical value as a good and relatively well-preserved example of a villa with ornamentation influenced by Neo-Classicism and the Neo-Renaissance. The block-shaped building has a strong ensemble value in connection with the adjacent church.

- Of urban planning value due to its location on Dorpsstraat in a spacious garden and next to the receding church. The building forms an original part of this environment and is important for the preservation of its historically grown character.

- Of cultural-historical value because of its function, which is linked to a historical and religious development.

 

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Expatrentals Holland Apeldoorn
Hoofdstraat 206B
7311BG Apeldoorn

T  055 - 747 01 00
E  apeldoorn@123wonen.nl

Specifications

  • Max. rental period 15 Months  langer in overleg

Construction

  • Type Houses
  • Type Manor
  • Construction year 1895

General

  • Availabilty Immediately
  • Max. rental period 15 langer in overleg
  • Interior Upholstered
  • info I.o

Layout

  • Rooms 12
  • Bedrooms 7
  • Extra bedrooms 1
  • Garden Ja
  • Garden location Z-o

Dimensions

  • Living area 325 m²
  • Plot area 2500 m²
  • Garden surface 1250 m²
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  • District and neighborhood
    Beekbergen
  • Population
    Avg. household size
    2.1 persons
  • Retail
    Large supermarket
    0.5km
  • Living
    Avg. home value
    €290.000
    Objects
    62%

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