0 bedrooms • 54 m²
€ 1,150 (excl.)
- Property typeHigh-rise
- Living area54 m²
- InteriorCompletely empty
The Koetsiershof is being built in Sassenheim. This village in the Bollenstreek has a perfect location. Near the A44, the highway between The Hague, Schiphol and Amsterdam. But also various recreational opportunities are around the corner. Go cycling in the Bollenstreek, walking in the Amsterdam Waterleidingduinen and the beach of Noordwijk is not far away. A day sailing on the Kaagerplassen is also possible. Atmospheric cities such as Leiden and Haarlem are a short journey away.
Due to its central location, Sassenheim offers many opportunities in the municipality of Teylingen to optimally enjoy life. With only 15,000 inhabitants, living in Sassenheim feels like coming home to a warm village with all the possibilities that a historic place has to offer.
The 3 room apartments are located on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors with their own storage room on the ground floor and possibility to rent an extra parking space.
The apartments are delivered casco.
Layout: entrance apartment: space hall with meter cupboard, living room with large windows and door to balcony with fantastic views, open kitchen with 4 burner stove, hood, sink with faucet, bathroom with shower, sink with faucet, plancet and mirror, separate toilet with fountain, central heating boiler setup and mechanical ventilation, washing machine connection, many storage options, 2 separate bedroom at the front with windows.
State of delivery:
Walls, floors, windows and ceilings
How are the walls delivered?
The inner walls of the apartments are made up of plaster blocks with a thickness of 7cm. Between the living room and the bedroom and the bedrooms, heavier blocks are used in connection with extra soundproofing than between the other rooms.
How are the ceilings delivered?
All concrete ceilings are provided with structure spraying. Only the ceiling of the meter cupboard is not further finished.
How are the floors delivered?
The ground floor of the apartment building consists of an insulated concrete system floor. The storey floors and the roof floor of the apartments and stairwell are massive concrete floors that have been poured into the work.
The floor of the apartments are smoothly finished with a finishing floor. In the bathroom this is a sand cement screed, in the rest of the apartment this is an anhydrite floor. A sunken shower corner is installed in the bathroom.
In the apartments on the ground floor, a crawl hatch and a mat edge are installed behind the front door.
The house separating building walls are massive concrete walls. This also applies to the front wall of the building.
How is the heating regulated?
The apartments are equipped with a central heating system consisting of an HR combi-boiler and sheet steel radiators. The HR combi boiler is suspended in the MV / CV room. The sheet steel radiators are placed as shown on the drawings. The dimensions of the radiators are indicative. The final dimension is determined by the heating contractor on the basis of the temperature mentioned below. The pipes are processed as much as possible in the finishing floor.
How is the ventilation regulated in the apartment?
In the apartments, a ventilation system is installed based on natural supply and mechanical removal of air. The natural supply is effected via the ventilation grids and suspanes i.v. applicable noise requirements. in the frame (on the glass). Mechanical removal takes place via a motorized ventilation box in the MV / CV room.
From the ventilation box the air is extracted via metal channels. These channels are collapsed into the concrete floors / ceilings. In the kitchen, toilet, bathroom and MV / CV room, extraction valves are installed at fixed positions. For optimum system operation, the exhaust valves are tuned per room.
In the living room is the main operation of the system. In addition, a separate control is also included that can be placed in the bathroom, so that the installation can be switched on at a higher level during the use of the bathroom.
How is the electricity regulated?
In the meter cupboard an electricity connection with an electricity meter is realized by the utility parties. A low-voltage installation of the electricity meter is installed according to the central box system.
The pipes are concealed in the walls and floors. The wall sockets and switches, with the exception of the MV / CV room, are designed as built-in. In the MV / CV room these are constructed as a superstructure.
In the meter cupboard an input point for a fiber optic connection is realized by the utility parties. This connection must be requested by the resident himself from a supplier. From the meter cupboard empty pipes are installed to the living room and the master bedroom. These unconnected connection points are approximately 30 cm above finished floor.
The meter cupboard is equipped as standard with 1 main switch, 2 earth leakage switches and 4 electrical groups for the home installation, including a separate group for the washing machine. The lighting of the staircase and the galleries is switched by a twilight switch. In addition to the main entrance, an up- and downlighter is installed on the façade on both sides for the lighting of the rustica masonry.
Is there electricity in the storerooms?
The lighting in the hallway of the storerooms is equipped with a movement sensor and the lighting in the lift hall remains lit continuously.
Do the apartments have a videophone?
A connection is made for the doorbell panel and the doorphone system. By means of an electric door opener, the central entrance door to the lift hall can be opened from the apartments (with the exception of the apartments that are accessed from the street side).
How is the lighting regulated in the complex?
The lighting of the staircase and the galleries is switched by a twilight switch. In addition to the main entrance, an up- and downlighter is installed on the façade on both sides for the lighting of the rustica masonry.
How is the kitchen delivered
A kitchen from the Keller collection is installed in the apartments. This consists of:
A kitchen block of 300cm long with five base units.
Three pieces of wall units, plus extractor hood (recirculation).
A modern black counter top, with a single rectangular sink.
A luxury kitchen mixer.
Bathroom and toilet
What kind of toilet is there in the apartments?
A white floating toilet bowl.
A white porcelain hand basin.
How does the bathroom look?
A white porcelain sink.
A white ceramic shelf with a concealed suspended mirror.
A luxurious thermostatic shower mixer.
A chromed shower bar set.
Rental prices are:
Arend 101, type B5, € 1,200 per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs
Eagle 102, type B1, € 1,200 per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs
Arend 108, type B4, € 1.225, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs
Arend 202, type B1, € 1.225, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 204, type B6, € 1.225, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 205, type B3, € 1.300, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 206, type B4, € 1.225, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 208, type B4, € 1.300, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 301, type B5, € 1.300, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Eagle 302, type B1, € 1.300, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 305, type B3, € 1.300, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 306, type B4, € 1,200 per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Arend 403, type C2, € 1.150, - per month excluding G / W / E, including service costs.
Rent a private parking space: € 125, - per month.