Recently completely architecturally renovated national monument from 1810 with city garden, swimming pond, orangery and spacious garage at the most beautiful harbour in Harlingen.
This monumental canal house brings together the maritime history & wealth of the past plus the comfort & sustainability of the present to perfection. All with retention of authenticity as roof and wall ornaments, original marble and parquet floors, high ornamented ceilings, wooden panelling and antique kitchen details.
A maritime prestige object of 450m2 living space divided over ten rooms, on one of the most beautiful spots in the old port area of Harlingen. With its spacious city garden, orangery, swimming pond and garage for four cars, the property can be used for many purposes. During the -state of the art- renovation all possibilities for living and/or office have been taken into account. For the next decade no more than normal maintenance is to be expected. The cosy view of the harbour at the front and the living painting of the North Sea experienced from the "captains lounge" at the back is phenomenal. Because of its special beauty and historical importance, the property has been frequently featured in magazines and television reports.
Harlingen on the Wadden Sea, named the most beautiful port city in Friesland with no less than six hundred monuments has it all. Living on the Wadden Sea with its beautiful flora and fauna, just a stone's throw away from the Wadden Islands, beaches and all amenities such as restaurants, shopping streets, schools and a train station.
The port town has a history that goes back to the beginning of the 13th century. The nautical character still determines the atmosphere in and around the characteristic port area, where in the summer it is a coming and going of (international) tourists, sailors and lovers of the mud flats.
Thanks to its location north of the Afsluitdijk, Amsterdam can be reached within an hour.