Historical monument in the middle of the country

Historical monument in the middle of the country

Jared

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6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

Built as a town mayors house in the year 1841, this dutch historical monument has been our house for 18 years. We have completely upgraded the insides without losing the historical character of the building. There is a large garden in the back with the village within 5 minutes walking distance. Being in the middle of the country with a river in our back yard, we are 25 minutes from Utrecht. 45 minutes from Amsterdam, and 30 minutes to Rotterdam by car. The nearest train station is 10 minutes away which then can take you all over Europe.

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Who we are

  1. We are a family of 5, 1 dogs and three cats. Our children our ages 22,18, and 14 years. We have our own business at home with the offices being in the carriage house next to the main house.We are both involved with classical music. I travel a good deal for my business and take my family often during the summer to see these countries. As long as my youngest is still in high school, we are bound to the summer vacations. We are looking for vacations away from the crowd!

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Our house is built on a dyke with many trees and apple orchards. A new dyke has been made behind the property to protect the house from the occasional high water that can occur when the river Waal which flows from the Alps through Germany travels past our house to the port of Rotterdam. Many barges travel on this river.

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