Want to explore Vinkeveense Plassen lake district this summer with your own boat, canoe or SUP? Construction is well underway, and the homes are expected to be completed before the end of the summer in 2023.
Demmerik 7 has a living room that spans over 12 meters wide, with daylight pouring in through the triple aspect windows. The soaring ceilings on the ground floor, approximately 3 meters tall, are another exquisite feature of this home, leading to an exceptionally spacious effect.
There is room for a terrace at the front, as well as to the side of the home by the water.
The property also includes a wonderful plot of land at the back. In a sense, it is an island in the meadow: ample space for a vegetable patch, or room for the children to play. There is room for two cars to park out front of the home. The front door, to the side of the house, opens to the spacious entrance. French doors lead to the living room, with triple aspect windows. These allow for abundant daylight entry on this floor. The living space consists of the living room and the open-plan kitchen. The kitchen offers a view of the water and the meadow behind De Veenhoeve. French doors open to the front and side terrace. The garden can also be accessed from the utility room, which also accommodates the fittings for the laundry station. The storage can be accessed directly from the home.
The first floor features three bedrooms. The primary bedroom, approximately 19 sqm, has room for a generous walk-in closet and a private connecting bathroom. The other two bedrooms feature dormers for extra space and light. A loft ladder accesses the storage attic, with plenty of room to store the items you don't use on a daily basis.
De Veenhove is set to be developed on a plot on Demmerik. Three villas with residential floor areas in excess of 200 sqm, each on a large plot. Explore the lakes with a small boat, canoe or stand-up paddle board. Living in De Veenhoeve is a choice for country living, with room to breathe and relax, yet only a 20-minute drive from Amsterdam and Utrecht.
The three villas
The architecture is based on the farmhouse that once stood here. With classic country architectural details, such as paned windows, and the dark trim along the bottom of the facades and dormers. The garden house of Demmerik 7A is reminiscent of a haystack. The villas will be extremely energy efficient, fitted with triple glazing, solar panels, floor heating and a heat pump. Floor cooling also ensures a comfortable indoor climate during the summer. Construction will start in September 2022, and the total build is expected to take approximately one year to complete. Sales will start soon. Register at the project website, and we will send you regular updates.
Living in Vinkeveen
Historically was set in a polder landscape, the. town is now particularly known for the Vinkeveense Plassen lakes and the unique infrastructure of the meadows where the peat was left too dry. Today, a section of the Demmerik polder is currently designated as a ‘wetlands’ nature reserve, where the land gradually gives to the water, an ideal, tranquil habitat for water and grassland birds.
Groceries are available nearby, from one of the local country shops for example. There are also hidden gems here, including coffee bars and terraces, spots that have not yet been discovered by tourists. Visit the Thursday market in Abcoude or go to Lindenhoff market shop in Baambrugge on Saturday for delicious organic produce. Vinkeveen is home to three elementary schools, a daycare center and a secondary school.
Tiffany de Raad-Baro & Nanneke Koopman are happy to tell you more about this project