Nature on your doorstep
The story behind the house
Home at last! If you are able to enjoy the wondrous moment of seeing your family again while being thrilled to return to your private living space, you are rich indeed. After all, what is more valuable than time spent feeling absolutely at peace?
The design of your personal living space creates a solid foundation for this. While most home-owners make do with somewhat conventional home and living designs, there are three things that owners of a HUF house are always able to enjoy in equal measure: aesthetics, individuality and energy efficiency.
Home at last!
The owners of this modern HUF house have also created their own personal dream home. Lots of room to relax, a spacious home ambience and enchanting views of the surrounding landscape describe the character of this appealing timber-frame house. A particularly harmonious feature is the fluid transition from dining area in the glazed bay window to the covered outdoor seating area and on to the large garden with pool. Aesthetic and functionality is also present in the open kitchen that guarantees pure joie de vivre.
On the first floor, the owners have created their own private refuge of well-being. A large spa area with sauna and view of the countryside provides plenty of opportunity to relax. The comfortable bedroom is cleverly separated from the open gallery by a semi-transparent sliding door, making it a private place of retreat.
Play of light. Every day.
Land purchase through a stroke of luck
The owner family, who have a passion for cycling, previously lived in a house that was over 100 years old, with many storeys and a cellar.
This type of living situation was something they wanted to change radically.
Fortunately, they came across a wonderful plot of land while cycling and purchased it straight away.
The couple yearned for more modernity and style. They particularly wanted high ceilings and not too many rooms, preferring more openness and fluid transitions.
More details about the house
Living area, ground floor
Living area, first floor
Usable floor space, garage
14.20 m x 10.40 m
Primary energy consumption
Air-to-water heat pump