Berkeloord is a small residential area of villas, developed in 1907 in the English landscape style by order of prominent Lochemer - and also the lane’s namesake - Marinus Naeff. There is no right angle in the street plan; the lanes, flanked by old beeches and oaks, just meander playfully. The atmosphere is created by the stately green, the wide lanes, spacious plots and special monumental villas, all designed by architects who made a name for themselves. No wonder that this district is a protected cityscape. Its monumental character does not stand in the way of renewal, which has resulted in a beautiful blend of old and new.
Berkeloord is a beautiful piece of Lochem. So close to the Berkel, the deer park, the Enk and the Lochemse Berg, but also to the town center. The market, a restaurant or the theater are almost literally a stone's throw away. In this district is a beautiful, spacious villa, built in 2002, on a large plot of 3.030m2. The white carved walls and the red slate roof give the house a classic character, but the facilities are modern. The house has three indoor garages, so plenty of storage space. Wine lovers can indulge themselves in this house; the basement offers a wine cellar and a hobby room.
The garden is a paradise with lots of privacy because of the shelter offered by the mature beech hedge. The design of the garden breathes serenity and tranquility. There is room for footpaths, sculptures and arbours. The house is surrounded by stone terraces, so inside and outside are closely connected, and in the garden there are several seating areas to enjoy the sun and the green during the day.
Covered entrance, spacious hall (with wardrobe, toilet and design sink which gives access to the different rooms and the central staircase. Spacious living room (85m²) consisting of the dining room (35m²) with sliding doors to the south and the sitting room (50m²) with French antique marble fireplace and sliding doors to the rear terrace.
Accessible from the hallway is the master bedroom (45m²) with fitted wardrobes and a luxury bathroom with jacuzzi, steam sauna annex shower, toilet and wide marble double washbasin.
Luxury kitchen (Boffi) with worktop of Belgian bluestone, Gaggenau equipment including steamer, double hob, wok burner, microwave, Miele dishwasher and Quooker. From the kitchen and living room a beautiful view over the private garden.
The utility room with closet, washer and dryer connections, sink and back entrance with covered walkway to the adjacent garage. The entire ground floor has a marble floor with underfloor heating.
Accessible through a classical staircase is a very spacious landing with a walk-in closet, a second bedroom or study (27m²), a third bedroom (37m²) and a fourth bedroom (27m²). Luxury second bathroom with bath, shower, washbasin and third toilet. The second floor offers ample attic storage, accessible by loft ladder.
The basement is equipped with a sliding cabinet wall, a large wine cellar and a hobby room (35m²), which also has an outside entrance. The detached and insulated garage (60m²) with tiled floor and concrete attic can be reached via a glass roof as well as from the utility room. It can accommodate three cars and is equipped with electrically operated sectional doors.
- Ground floor with marble floor and underfloor heating;
- Central vacuum system;
- The entire ornamental garden has an automatic watering system;
- Copper gutters and rainwater drains.
- Roofs covered with English slate (3-layer)
- The house is equipped with bulletproof glass and an alarm system.
- The only house on Berkeloord built on piles (46 pieces) to prevent cracking.
Total volume: 1,520 m³
Living area: 323m²
Lot size: 3.030m²
Acceptance: in consultation