This ready-to-live-in and luxuriously finished 4-room maisonette apartment is located on the first and second floor (top floor) of this characteristic nationally listed clock gable building dated around 1890. Attractive with lots of glass and a large roof terrace at the rear, the apartment is well lit and the view is beautiful. very nice both front and back. The authentic details in the apartment have been beautifully preserved. For example, the floor beams are nicely visible and the height of the top floor is maintained.
The whole has been neatly renovated, with good use of the space, so that the apartment is nicely laid out. We enter the building through its own entrance on the Kleine Houtstraat and the hall guides us directly into the house via the stairs. We continue in the central hall of the first floor of the apartment with access to the rooms, the separate toilet with fountain and the stair cupboard.
The neat and bright bathroom has a washbasin furniture, large walk-in shower and the whole is fully tiled.
On this floor there is a large sleeping/dining room with a door to the lovely roof terrace.
The living room is located on the street side and has a beautiful view over the Kleine Houtstraat. Equipped with authentic floor beams, moldings with lighting and a light laminate floor finish.
The fully equipped and renovated kitchen at the rear is equipped with various built-in appliances. In short; ready for you as a new resident!
Via the landing you will find another 2 spacious bedrooms, 1 with a loft for the necessary storage space. In addition, a large storage room with the central heating system.
The location … right in the center, two streets next to the Frans Hals Museum and within 10 minutes walk to the Jopenkerk, Grote Markt and 20 minutes walk from Central Station. Naturally around a wide range of restaurants and cafes. A walk takes you past the city highlights, the Gedempte Oude Gracht and the picturesque streets. And… the Kleine Houtstraat is one of the ”Golden Streets”. Do we need to say more?
A short dive into history. Welcome to Kleine Houtstraat. The street is part of the Golden Streets and runs parallel to the Grote Houtstraat. Where the Grote Houtstraat served as a shopping street, the Kleine Houtstraat housed more unique and traditional shops. A famous national monument in the street is the Bank of Loan, which was built as a monastery for the Lazarists. In 2009 and 2010 the Kleine Houtstraat was voted ”Best shopping street in the Netherlands”
Good to know:
– Completely renovated
– National monument (built around 1890)
– Own ground
– Buy as is
– Owners’ Association Kleine Houtstraat 119 in Haarlem. The association is dormant (home insurance only)