This characterful and extremely well-maintained country home, situated just a 25-minute drive from Eindhoven airport and 60 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol airport, is located in the picturesque village of Gemonde in a quiet, countryside, but not isolated location close to local amenities and excellent primary and secondary schools. The property is just a short drive away from the historic centre of 's-Hertogenbosch, the bustling capital of the province of North Brabant with its many lively cafÃ©s and restaurants and fantastic shops.Light and airy, with a thatched roof and a spectacular garden, the house has four bedrooms (one of which is on the ground floor), two garages (one detached and the other attached to the house), a cellar and a spacious attic.The property was rebuilt in 1969 in a farmhouse style, and in 1998, under the guidance of an architect, the whole building was completely renovated. The house is now equipped with every modern luxury and is in superb condition.The house stands on the site of three former farms, which burnt down in 1860. These farms were rebuilt but, due to the fire risk, not as closely together as they had been previously. 't Hof 3 was rebuilt in 1969 on the old foundations of one of these farms. The old beams have been largely preserved.On the ground floor is a large entrance hall, a magnificent living room leading on to the spacious kitchen-diner, a study/kids rooms ,a wine cellar, a utility room, a bedroom leading onto a bathroom, and an attached garage. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, a children's bathroom, a sauna (not included in sale) and a large attic.The property has a stunning, park-like garden which includes beautiful trees, a covered terrace with the option to create an outside kitchen, multiple sun terraces, a children's play area, and a wood shed. There is also a large, four-door detached garage with space for several vehicles. One of the garage doors allows access to high vehicles, providing easy parking for a camper van or motorhome. The former manÃ¨ge to the left of the house has been transformed into a wild flower garden.