At the doors of Amsterdam, Villa Blauwduin is an iconic house built in the English countryside style.
In the Netherlands, the village of Aerdenhout, near Amsterdam and the beaches of the North Sea, is considered as the most chic in the country because it shelters prestigious properties, such as this romantic homestead with a thatched roof, designed in the style of English manors. It was imagined by architect J. Konings, and has hosted the entire Dutch aristocracy since it was built, in 1928.
In the Amsterdam countryside, at Villa Blawduin
Entirely renovated a few years ago, no expense was speared to bring back its splendour of yesteryear in perfectly good taste Spanning 23 000 m², a surface allowing total intimacy, this grand estate, organized around a handsom fountain, comprises a garden similar to a park, a forest, vasts prairies, a garden dome and a separate building to receiving prestigious guests.
The discrete luxury of a homestead oriented towards nature
With a liveable surface of 760 m², the house offers 3 levels, and each one of these living space is filled with light. The main hallway leads to an Italian staircase, in marble and oakwood, the dining room has a big fireplace and the bay windows of the living room open up on the terrace, while the 5 bedrooms are furnished with elegance and let's not forget the hammam and a sun deck…
An exclusive sanctuary, on the outskirts of Amsterdam.
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