In the historic center of Schiedam stands this energy efficient ''Stadse Villa'' with unobstructed views of the Lange Haven. The originally two houses were built in 1843, with retail on the first floor at the time. The two properties have been completely transformed into one home - under creative supervision of WOON architects Rotterdam - with extremely special features and very luxurious finishes. High quality materials and energy efficient equipment have been used such as; a heat pump, solar cells, infrared heating panels and superior insulation material (gas consumption in an average year is only about 1,100 m3).
This ''Stadse Villa'' has two front doors, one at 142 Lange Haven and one at 9 Korte Dam. As soon as you step inside you are in a recently renovated hall. The black steel doors give a modern and sleek atmosphere. Through a door in the steel/glass front you will continue and find yourself in the kitchen annex dining room. The room is heated or cooled by a floor and air heating system. There is a functional cast floor over the entire first floor.
The kitchen has a 3.2-meter-long kitchen island. The kitchen is handleless and specially built for this home with black and oak accents. The kitchen is equipped with a Siemens oven/microwave, a steam oven, a plate warmer, a large Miele hob with built-in extractor and a Siemens dishwasher. Furthermore, two generous refrigerators and a separate freezer. Of course, the Quooker cannot be missing in this kitchen. The island and one side of the island features a cold-rolled stainless steel countertop.
The dining room has room for a long dining table with 12 chairs. Tucked away in a corner of this room is a work/study area. Behind the study area is the hallway to the other front door, on the Lange Haven side.
The basement provides space for two small bedrooms and a bathroom with sink. Behind a frosted glass door there is a shower and a toilet. The basement floor is a cast floor. From the basement you can access the large but low basement room, great storage for wine, skis, camping gear, Christmas decorations and other items.
You walk up the upholstered stairs to the second floor. Behind the inner door here is a separate so-called Japanese toilet. The pantry is equipped with a cabinet for dishes, a refrigerator and a sink and again a Quooker.
The roof terrace is over 51m2, located on the sunny west and has a view with lots of privacy. On the roof terrace is a door to the additional outdoor storage room to store your BBQ, garden cushions and other items.
An open staircase leads to the next floor where the master bedroom is located. Here is also a sink. There is a marble walk-in shower of 3m2. A staircase leads to a separate bathtub, here is also a separate toilet.
- Built in 1843 in 2012 steel part to Lange Haven and foundation, in 2019 complete renovation and merging of the two properties (building plans are available);
- Energy label A;
- Heat pump: Air heating and cooling on each floor and first floor by Samsung VRF air source heat pump; underfloor heating on first floor by Remeha central heating boiler.
- Hot water supply: tap water from 2 Quookers in the kitchen and pantry on the second floor respectively, shower water through boilers and bath water through central heating boiler;
- Solar panels 11 pieces, equal to 18.2 m2. The output per year is approximately 2,233 kWh;
- Verisure security, door contacts, cameras and smoke system, control panels at both front doors and on the second floor;
- The entire house is equipped with the Philips hue lighting system on each floor that can be switched separately;
- In 2021 the entire home's exterior was painted.
- In 2019, all windows, window frames, exterior doors and stiles on the first and second floors were replaced. (Except the harmonica doors to the terrace) The glass is HR+ and double plus. The glass on the first floor is also safety glass.