Very spacious monumental mansion with garden located opposite the economic faculty of Maastricht University.
The historic house from 1645 has a stepped gable at the front from 1910. Previously, the facade was provided with a bell gable. The front and rear façades are characterized by window frames made of Namur stone.
The house is in a poor state of repair and should be thoroughly renovated. The building is characterized by original details: original window frames, attractive landing steps, mantelpieces and beautiful high ceilings.
The mansion is centrally located within the canals of Maastricht. The Vrijthof is in the immediate vicinity.
Marl cellar (19.5m2)
Entrance with simple group cupboard.
Living room en suite (23m2) with storage cupboard and sliding doors.
Hall to the rear
Living kitchen (18.7m2) with fireplace, simple kitchen unit and stair cupboard.
The living room and kitchen can easily be linked together.
Extension (9.9m2) with outdated geyser.
Second extension with shower room.
Backyard (to be constructed) approximately 48m2 enclosed with stone walls located on the north-west.
You reach the landing via the platform step.
Bedroom (20.7m2) located at the rear. The space is equipped with a sink and fireplace.
Intermediate hall (4.2m2) with access to bedroom 2 (19.2m2) located at the front. This space is also equipped with a mantelpiece.
Closed kitchen (9.2 m2) with a simple kitchen unit and washing machine connection.
Attic spaces with beautiful ridge height and original beams that can be reached by staircase.
Attic space with window at the rear (41.7m2)
Bedroom (13.7m2) located at the front.
- Very centrally located national monument with original details.
- The house needs to be completely renovated.
- Currently there are roof leaks in the main roof and roof of the extension.
- No central heating system available.
- Parking with a parking permit.
- The seller has never inhabited the object himself. Therefore, a so-called non-self-occupancy clause will be included in the purchase agreement.
- The seller does not guarantee any defects and shortcomings of the object.
To protect the interests of both buyer and seller, it is expressly stated that a purchase agreement with regard to this immovable property is only concluded after the buyer and seller have signed the purchase agreement ("requirement in writing").
The term that is included for any (agreed) resolutive conditions (eg Financing) is usually 4 to 6 weeks after the oral will agreement has been concluded.
The deposit / bank guarantee is 10% of the purchase price. The buyer must deposit these at the relevant civil-law notary 3 days after the expiry of the resolutive conditions.
The buyer is at all times entitled to have a structural inspection carried out or to have it carried out at its own expense or to consult other advisers in order to obtain a good insight into the state of maintenance.
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