This agricultural company consists of a spacious and modernized farmhouse with an indoor, multifunctional reception room, adjacent former cow stable, a detached field shed with various storage areas and a detached pigsty. Located on a large plot of over 8.6 hectares with unobstructed views all around. The property currently has an extensive environmental permit for keeping pigs, deer and cows and currently has an NB license. The location scan in the appendix shows that a lot is possible on this plot. This includes a horse farm, but it can also be for recreational or social purposes. The property is currently a hazelnut farm, among other things. The sellers are willing to transfer their knowledge and expertise regarding the hazelnut orchard and the processing process. It is possible to purchase the whole plot with more or less land. The extra land is a hazelnut orchard of almost 4.5 hectares.
The hallway is finished with a tiled floor, stucco walls and a painted ceiling. The meter cupboard, wardrobe and stairs to the 1st floor are located here. The kitchen features a tiled floor, part stucco, part tiled walls and painted ceiling. The L-shaped kitchen layout is equipped with a natural stone top, sink, fridge, dishwasher and Aga cooker. The luxurious gas stove gives the kitchen an attractive appearance. The conservatory is located adjacent to the kitchen. The dry cellar is accessible through a wooden staircase, tiled floor, concrete walls and a skylight. The living room enjoys a lot of light through the windows and sliding doors. The room is finished with an oak floor, part stucco, part wallpapered walls. The painted ceiling has a light frame, recessed lighting and decorative frames. The rear portal and adjacent corridor have a tiled floor, part stucco, part panelled walls and a painted ceiling. The floor heating unit and 2 doors to the yard are situated in the rear portal and the corridor. The fully tiled bathroom features a toilet, urinal, washbasin and natural ventilation. The largely tiled pantry features a sink, connections for washing equipment and a walk-in shower. The office space has a tiled floor, stucco walls and a painted ceiling. The indoor guest room has a floor that is part wooden and part tiled (with floor heating). The wooden beams are visible in this room. The yard is accessible through various wicket doors. There is a generous storage cupboard and a fully tiled storage area. The fully tiled toilet area features a washing area and a ladies and men’s toilet section, both equipped with a toilet and mechanical ventilation. The kitchen is fully tiled, features a 5-burner gas stove with oven and a sink. There is also a connection for a dishwasher and high voltage outlets.
The landing and first floor bedrooms are finished with laminate floors, stucco walls and a painted ceiling. There is a hatch to the attic on the landing. The 1st and 2nd bedroom both have a built-in wardrobe. The 3rd bedroom has a large dormer window, which gives the room extra space and light. The 4th bedroom (master bedroom) is equipped with a dormer window. This room also has a spacious walk-in closet with recessed lighting. The fully tiled bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, shower and double washbasin. The bathroom has a large skylight, floor heating, mechanical ventilation and a painted ceiling with recessed lighting. The fully tiled bathroom features toilet and mechanical ventilation. The spacious attic can used for various purposes. The space is finished with a concrete floor, masonry walls and an insulated ceiling. The central heating boiler (Radson) is currently not in use.
Garden, yard and plot:
The spacious garden surrounds the house. At the rear of the house there is a beautiful overhang. The overhang features a masonry plinth, wooden beams, a paved floor and a tiled roof. The fireplace gives the area extra atmosphere and warmth. The garden has been furnished with various spacious lawns, mature trees and plants and a tiled terrace on the side wall. There is a 2nd driveway here too. Part of the agricultural land is utilised as farmland and part of it is an orchard (hazelnut trees)
The barn is constructed from concrete blocks and brickwork and equipped with a concrete floor (the pits are still present), steel trusses and a (partially) insulated roof with asbestos-containing corrugated iron. The barn is divided into several parts. The first part is currently used as a workshop and for processing the hazelnuts. The space is accessible through a wicket door and a sheet pile sliding door. The rooms are equipped with heating.
The former cubicle stable is built of brickwork and has a corrugated iron roof, steel trusses and the floor is part concrete floor, part horse grids. The wells are still present under the grids. The facilities have been partially removed and the space is currently being used to process the hazelnuts. The biogas installation is also located here.
The roof has been removed from the 3rd barn.
Barn 4 (pigstye):
The pigsty consists of 7 sections and is made of masonry and has a corrugated iron roof.
* The house has plastic frames (with the exception of the front door) and double glass.
* The floors and roofs of the house are isolated.
* The house was built in 1936.
* The house was completely rebuilt from 2003 to 2005.
* The roof of the house was renewed in 1996.
* The conservatory was added in 1998.
* The property is connected to gas, water, electricity and plumbing.
* Fibreglass connection will be realised in 2019.
* The garden is equipped with irrigation hoses and sprinklers.
* The ground floor has heated floors.
* There is an additional well underneath the house, which is empty and clean.
* The house is equipped with a Biogas installation
* Authentic panel doors are present in the house.
* A soil investigation has been carried out into the presence of zinc ashes. The report is available for inspection.
* The entire plot is enclosed.
* There is an irrigation well of approximately 52 meters deep. The permit for this is present.
* The house is equipped with an alarm system and it is possible to connect it to the control room.
* For further information or to make an appointment for a viewing please contact our office in Helmond.