This cottage house was designed by the famous Dutch architect Duiker in 1922. Duiker was influenced by the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Duiker created this modern minimalist house characterized by spare but striking design. Inside the house you feel the atmosphere of the sea and the dunes. This beautiful cottage has remained its original features. The house is situated in the residential village Kijkduin, which is an exceptional quiet area of The Hague close to the International School. 5 minutes walking-distance to the boulevard with restaurants and shops.
Well-maintained semi-detached villa with very large garden on three sides with pond and shed. Special features: spacious living connected by French doors to large roofed patio (appr. 5 x 5) surrounded by the garden. Renewed thatched roof, light oak-wood floors throughout, alarm system, easy on-road parking. Fully furnished.
Entrance, corridor with tiled floor and panelling, modern toilet, master-bedroom (appr. 4.70 x 2.65), spacious bathroom (appr. 3.50 x 2.70) with modern designed shower and wash-basin, bedroom (appr. 3.50 x 2.70), kitchen (appr. 3.00 x 2.90) with appliances (a.o. fridge, dishwasher, gas-cooker with 2 ovens), utility-room with washing-machine, dryer, freezer, spacious living (appr. 7.30 x 5.10). Large wine-cellar underneath living-room.
- Fully furnished; partly furnished is possible;
- Living in the dunes near by the beach;
- Parking place in front of the door;
- Large roofed patio surrounded by the garden;
- Close to the International School of The Hague.