This special and extremely lavish manor house, “Huis Rhienderstein”, is located at the edge of the beloved village Brummen. A beautifully stylish and distinctive object with a large and multi-functional outbuilding. Huis Rhienderstein is located in park-like surroundings, and features a private access road. It is a unique manor house with many authentic and distinctive elements, including the weather vane on the roof from 1829. In circa 1832, the house was renovated into its current appearance. At the time, the house was called “Zonnehof” because of its many windows located to the sunny south. From the porch you have a beautiful view on the large pond. The NSW estate is located on a plot of almost 3.5 acres of ground. The manor house and the orangery have a monumental status.
Layout manor house Basement The basement is divided into multiple storage areas, storage cellars and a laundry room.
Ground floor You have access to the entrance area through the stylish and classic entrance with landing stairs. The hall has a central function in the manor house and runs through the house as an axis. There are various impressive and majestic quarters, featuring distinctive and authentic elements. Beautiful library room. A study. A large sitting room with high ceiling, oak wood herringbone floor and en suite doors to the dining room. Both rooms look out onto the estate and the large pond. From the dining room you access the porch through the French doors. A lovely place to enjoy this special area with a nice glass of wine on long summer nights. Behind the dining room you will find a very spacious living kitchen. A large room with kitchen layout and double French doors that provide access to the small terrace behind the house. The kitchen in country style features Atag dishwasher, oven, microwave, 6-burner stove, refrigerator, freezer, Itho extractor hood and a stone countertop. The kitchen and scullery feature a tiled floor with floor heating.
1st floor Spacious landing with French balcony. 4 large bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring spacious and luxurious bathroom. The bathroom features a bath, toilet, 2 sinks and a separate shower with handheld shower and drench shower. Dressing room. 2nd bathroom features toilet, bath, double sink and shower. Using the staircase from the landing you will reach the…
1st attic floor Very spacious attic floor. Large multi-functional area with staircase to the…
2nd attic floor Also a very spacious attic floor with central heating and boiler installation. Heating and hot water supply of the manor house by means of the Atag Blauwe Engel central heating boiler and Radson Boiler.
The origins of this special outbuilding are from circa 1877. A real multi-functional outbuilding that must have been in use as a sports hall featuring an entrance, sports hall, dressing rooms and showers until the end of the 90s.
Layout Orangery Entrance. Toilet compartment. Disabled persons toilet room. Large sports hall. 2 dressing rooms. 2 shower areas; both featuring 3 showers and 3 sinks. Storage. Workplace/Till. The orangery has its own central heating system. Behind the orangery there is a small covering of approx. 3 x 3 m.
Location Huis Rhienderstein is located in the village Brummen. Brummen is located centrally between the city triangle Apeldoorn, Zutphen and Arnhem, on good accessibility to connecting roads and at the edge of the Veluwe. The environment is characterised by a variety of forest and farmlands. Huis Rhienderstein is surrounded by sports fields, buildings of Stichting Philadelphia Zorg (for day) care for the mentally handicapped) and a small business park.
Amenities: - Private access road featuring electric gate with intercom system - 2nd exit with gate - Practical round trip on own grounds - Alarm system - Phase power supply - Lightning rod on the manor house - The manor house partially features double glazing - The manor house is connected to gas, water, electricity and sewerage
Buyer must continue the NSW estate in order to make use of the exemption transfer tax.