This 18th century monumental mansion located just outside Heusden's city centre is in perfect condition. Featuring many original details like beamed ceilings, magnificent stairs, fireplaces, as well as a practical layout, representative outlook and a landscaped garden with a private parking space, this mansion offers the possibility of working and living in a historic environment. See below for a general layout of the property.Ground floor:Above the entrance is an alliance coat of arms of the families Wendholt and Engelenberg.HallThe magnificent panel door in the facade built in Louis XVI style gives access to the spacious hall with fuse box, staircase and access to the basement. The hall and the area behind have a diagonally laid marble floor.The hall leads to the gateway of an intermediate room, with a toilet featuring white sanitary installations and white tiles.The floor of this intermediate room has a glass plate allowing a great view of the ancient, deep water well with its crystal clear water.This room also provides access to the adjacent rooms and suite.Behind the intermediate room is a room with a door to the terrace.Both rooms have a beautiful chimney and beamed ceilings.The room at the front has high 40-pane sliding windows and a marble floor.The backroom has parquet with a herringbone pattern and French windows to the terrace.The rooms can be separated by arch-shaped sliding doors. Remaining roomsBehind the intermediate room are two more offices, one of which includes a room with a sink. This room also gives access to the garden. First floor: The magnificent staircase leads to a corridor on the first floor.Above the main building are three rooms/offices, a kitchen and a toilet.Opposite the stairs are two large rooms with open arch connection.Both rooms have a beamed ceiling and strip flooring.The front of the property features a smaller room with wooden floors and beamed ceilings.Behind the stairs leading to the attic, there is a small toilet with a washbasin as well as a simple kitchen, equipped with four hotplates, a sink and cupboard.Next to the toilet is a door that gives access to the storage room, which stores theboiler.Light enters through two tilt windows.AtticThe stairs next to the kitchen lead into the large attic.The attic features two rooms: a first large room encompassing the entire width of the property. Light enters beautifully through the four large windows at the front of this room.The second attic is located at back of the property and can be accessed through a small staircase. Next to the staircase on the ground floor is a stone spiral staircase leading to the basement.The basement, which is high enough to stand up in, encompasses the entire width of the property and features a double cross vault. The floor is made of old tiles.Outside:The outside terrain is very large, stretching all the way to the Ridderstraat.A large iron gate gives access to the outside terrain with private parking space.The beautifully landscaped garden is partly walled and features many different terraces and boxwood platforms with plants and trees.The paths and several terraces feature large stone tiles. A terrace at the rear features yellow clinker bricks.In general:• The property is a monument • Built around 1750• The attic has a double cross vault.• Many authentic details, such as panel doors and beamed ceilings.• In great condition (both indoors and outdoors)• The mansion is about 58,269 ft3• Total living space is about 5,597 ft2 • The land plot is about 5,166 ft2



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