BOLMANSWEG 6 IN EPSE Through a tree-lined driveway you arrive at the amazing manor Stoevenbeld, with guest accommodation, baking house, stilted haystack, wagon shed and carport, located in the outside area near Gorssel with an amazing view on floodplains and Ijssel on a plot of over 12 acres, with the possibility to purchase additional land. The farm, originating from 1825, was rebuilt in 1976 into this characteristic manor, for which the various style elements were maintained with great care and applied once more. The beautiful trusses, gorgeous tile plateaus and floor as well as the use of “old” colours ensures a classical and warm appearance. Everything shows this: this was thought out well and carried out carefully, for which the excellent taste and knowledge of authentic style elements of the current owners certainly deserves to be praised. The beautifully landscaped garden all around is characterised by amazing views (on the floodplains and the Ijssel). The terraces all around allow you to enjoy this at any moment of the day. Living at De Stoevenbeld, with nothing but natural beauty all around can truly be called Outside Living, for which all facets belonging to that are present.
Layout Manor: Royal wine cellar Ground floor Entrance, hall, toilet, living room with beautiful view, robust fireplace, flagstone floor and trusses, study.
Kitchen diner with fireplace and built-in appliances.
Bedroom annex bathroom with bathtub and shower, washstand, toilet and wall closet.
Bedstead room with washstand, annex bathroom with bathtub and shower. Rear entrance with hall. Upper floor: Fixed stairs to upper floor, bedroom, dressing room, bathroom with bathtub with shower, washstand and toilet and another spacious attic room.
Guest accommodation with living room including sleeping area, bathroom with shower, washstand and toilet, pantry and loft. The wagon shed and carport provide plenty of space for parking your vehicles. The authentic baking house has been renovated and can be used for various purposes. The stilted haystack is currently in use as a hobby area, animal accommodation and garden storage. It does not get any better than this: such an amazing location and carefully realised beautiful manor, at a suitable distance from arterial roads, this is truly Outside Living.
The possibility exists to classify De Stoevenbeld as an estate under the Nature Conservation Act 1928 (NSW).