Graeterweg 23
Graeterweg 23 Swalmen, Limburg, 6071ND Niederlande

$1,818,071USD
1.495.000 €EUR
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1.495.000 €EUR
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Schlafzimmer
35
Zimmer
12,109.5 Sq Ft.
Wohnfläche
.28 Acker
Außenansicht
Villas / Stadthäuser
Immobilienart
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Über Graeterweg 23


Graeterweg 21 and 23.
For sale here we have the beautifully located, Villa Graeterhof, former hunting lodge with cottage and guest house for a grand of 6105 m2 large.
The high quality finishings of the villa have been designed with an impeccable taste and the attention to detail is not missed. Its authenticity is a combination of modern comfort and luxury living, equipped with all possible amenities.

Because of its open fields and tranquil surroundings, you can enjoy every piece of nature and relaxation the property has to offer.
The villa is also conveniently situated with regards to reaching various highways, the A73 to Venlo and Maastricht as well as the A52 to Dusseldorf.

The villa has wide rang of facilities for you and your guests to enjoy. From various accommodation possibilities, large rooms for meetings and seminars, office area’s and it’s even equipped with a wellness and sauna area.

Because of its historical value and beauty, the property has been registered by the national government as a national monument with, among other things, exemption from the transfer tax. With its renovations this property has resulted in a top monumental estate with attributes that are guaranteed for the coming centuries.
Graeterweg 21 and 23.
For sale here we have the beautifully located, Villa Graeterhof, former hunting lodge with cottage and guest house for a grand of 6105 m2 large.
The high quality finishings of the villa have been designed with an impeccable taste and the attention to detail is not missed. Its authenticity is a combination of modern comfort and luxury living, equipped with all possible amenities.

Because of its open fields and tranquil surroundings, you can enjoy every piece of nature and relaxation the property has to offer.
The villa is also conveniently situated with regards to reaching various highways, the A73 to Venlo and Maastricht as well as the A52 to Dusseldorf.

The villa has wide rang of facilities for you and your guests to enjoy. From various accommodation possibilities, large rooms for meetings and seminars, office area’s and it’s even equipped with a wellness and sauna area.
Because of its historical value and beauty, the property has been registered by the national government as a national monument with, among other things, exemption from the transfer tax. With its renovations this property has resulted in a top monumental estate with attributes that are guaranteed for the coming centuries.

Year of construction: originally 1854, 2002 and 2003 restored.
Plot: 6105 m2
Capacity: approx. 2800 m3, outbuildings m³
Living area 1,125 m2
Window frames: hardwood
Heating: central heating system, central heating boiler 1985.
Destination: living
Details Rijksmonument nr. 524394.
Alarm system, B&O system built in.

Acceptance: in consultation

Layout Villa

Ground floor
Covered entrance, which is accessed by a stone double staircase.
The stairs to the double front door invite you to enter!
The foyer with the staircase is also grand.
On the left side of the villa is a sitting room with wooden floor and a beautiful marble fireplace.
From this living room there is access to the current offices with tiled floor.
There is also the cloakroom with toilet, sink (granite) and bidet and a storage closet.
On the right is the living room situated which is finished with an oak floor. To the far right of the building is a beautiful room with wooden floor (former horse stable) with glass stairs to a level difference.
From these rooms there is access to the garden.
Behind the living room is the dining room which is finished with an oak wooden floor.

The modern kitchen is equipped with a U-shaped kitchen which is finished with a granite worktop and which contains the following equipment (Siematic): two electric ovens, microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher, extractor fan, ceramic hob, gas hob and grill.
The kitchen is finished with a tiled floor and gives you access to the terrace behind the villa which is partially covered.

First floor

The landing provides access to a covered balcony at the front to the living functions at the right and rear and the separate apartment on the left side of the villa.

The right side of this floor is currently classified as a separate apartment in which the following rooms are located:
Living room with access to a beautiful terrace
1 bedroom with access to:
- bathroom with walk-in shower, toilet, design radiator, double washbasin with furniture
- with simple kitchen (built in cupboard)

The rear provides access to a hallway with stairs to the second floor, storage cupboard and access to a bedroom with oak flooring with a bathroom which is equipped with a shower, sink, toilet and radiator.

On the left are the following rooms:
- master bedroom which is finished with a wooden floor
- complete luxury bathroom which is equipped with a shower, bath, two sinks, radiator and a toilet.
- dressing room with very nice cabinets.

Second floor.
On this floor there are two bedrooms, a bathroom with bath, toilet and sink and on both sides of the building a spacious attic.

Basement
Through the kitchen and the stairs at the back of the villa there is access to the basement.
The basement is divided into several rooms including the technical rooms with central heating boiler, laundry rooms and a beautiful vaulted wine cellar.

Cottage
Ground floor
Through the entrance on the side wall you enter the hall with tiled floor and the central heating rooms with the central heating boiler.
The bathroom is equipped with a toilet, sink, bath and drainage for the white goods.
The cozy living room is finished with laminate flooring and is open to the kitchen.
The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, extractor, 4 burner stove, electric oven and a refrigerator.
Through the living room is the basement and the first floor accessible.
This cottage has a separate meter cupboard, central heating system and wooden frames.

First floor
Here are three bedrooms, the toilet and the bathroom which has a shower and sink.
The master bedroom has a dormer window and a sink.

The Rosary

On the left side of this building is a hall with tiled floor which gives access to the toilets and a storage room with the groundwater system.
The Roserie is finished with a tiled floor, and has at the rear two roller shutters for access.
A fireplace in the middle of the building provides extra atmosphere.
At the front of the building is a conservatory realized with tiled floor and sliding doors for direct garden contact.


History of ownership and habitation

The former hunting lodge Graeterhof is situated on the Graeterweg in Swalmen. The name Graeterhof comes from an originally adjacent farmhouse that was mentioned as early as 1358. Until the French period, the farm was owned by the Catholic Church for more than three hundred years.
In the first half of the 19th century Graeterhof came into the possession of the Strens family who remained the owner until 1967, almost one hundred and fifty years.
The Strens family carried out major renovations. The most far-reaching was the expansion of the hunting lodge at the front in the middle of the nineteenth century. It was one of the younger works of Pierre Cuijpers. At the beginning of the 20th century another major renovation took place, this time a design by the Roermond architect Frans Dupont. In this campaign, the hunting lodge was given the chalet-like appearance that it still has today.
After thirty-four years as a hotel-restaurant, it was bought in 2001 by Andrew and Philomena Peat. In the same year it was designated as a National Monument. In the years 2002 and 2003 the building was extensively restored. At the moment Graeterhof functions again as a house.

The Graeterhof complex was originally a medieval farmhouse that was expanded in 1857 by order of the Strens family with a hunting lodge and summer residence. As was customary at that time, the owner used this partly for his own entertainment, while it was partly rented out. As always, the farm remained in the hands of a tenant. From the end of the nineteenth century, the family used the complex for permanent living by one or more generations, in combination with farming. As a leasehold farm, the farm was closed down in the first decade of the twentieth century and then demolished in 1919. From that time on the farm was managed from the main house, which situation came to an end in the sixties of the twentieth century. The complex then underwent a change, whereby it became a hotel as well as a home. In the summer of 2001, the function of guesthouse was abolished. The new owner, the Peat family, started in mid-August 2001 with the restoration of the Graeterhof complex for habitation, conference room and heritage accommodation (Bed and Breakfast). In addition, in line with history, the house is the residence of several generations. The composition of the functions of Graeterhof from 1857 - i.e. living, working, operating and recreating - is a constant in more than a century and a half of user history.

The name Graeterhof is made up of 'Gen', 'Raat' or 'Rade' and 'hof'. The medieval act of 1358 refers to "guede en erve" on the Rat. The term 'rade' or 'red' refers to a grubbed-up place. Like Hillenraedt - the Hillen family in Roermond - Graeterhof therefore points to a settlement in an open area in the woods.

Description Building history.
The hunting lodge has a mainly T-shaped floor plan and two storeys under a hipped roof, smaller gabled roofs and flat roofs. Gutter on consoles.
The building has plastered brick facades in rustica and a cemented grey plinth.
The rear facade has a cross-brick uprising, painted white. In the facades there are mainly rectangular wooden windows with skylights under an extension, partly with double shutters with ventilation grids.
There are also cordon strips and profiled rectangular plaques under the windows.
The PREDICLE has a symmetrical structure and consists of a main volume of two storeys, with a centrally risen volume with an entrance next to it on both sides of which there are two bays with a window in each bays.
The entrance has a covered landing and double stairs.
The stairs have a balustrade with round arches and round and square columns with a decoration of a circle on three vertical lines.
On either side of the double front door there is a round window.
In the second layer is an indoor balcony with balustrade under three arches.
The gable of the risen volume has half-timbered windows and a double window with skylights.
The corners of the facade are bevelled and have one bay per layer.

This Swalmen Villas / Stadthäuser is for Verkauf and has 7 bedrooms. This Villas / Stadthäuser is listed on the Christie's International Real Estate website in zipcode 6071ND and it boasts 12,109.5 ft² of interior space on a lot of .28 Acker. See all properties in zipcode 6071ND.