Thanks to Remo Siemons for flagging up this 1950s four-bedroom midcentury-style property in Bergen, Holland, which you’ll actually find nestling in a forest.
This luxurious villa is on ‘one of Bergen’s most beautiful avenues’ and dates back to 1956, with some extending in 1986 and 1996. Not sure how you would describe it right now, so we’ll go for high-end midcentury. It’s certainly a house you might mistake for being a US rather than a European build.
The extending has resulting in a considerable property, complete with garage, an additional large detached garage, double carport, indoor pool and lots of garden and terracing – 3,500 sq. metres of land in total. A quick breakdown of the rooms (as we can translate) points to an entrance hall with stairs to the basement storage areas and garage, along with a spiral staircase to the ‘tower’ – with bathroom with shower and toilet, multifunctional use space and a door to roof terrace.
On that ground floor, you’ll find a toilet, guest bedroom with bathroom, study, living room with double doors to the sun terrace, lounge with fireplace, luxury kitchen, another ‘spacious’ bedroom with underfloor heating, closet and bathroom, a boiler room, utility room and the heated pool room. I think I might have missed something there, as that doesn’t list four bedrooms. You might want to try and translate yourself or check out the images, which more or less give the full story.
If you want it, €2,695,000 is the asking price. More images below and on the agent’s listing.