Spacious detached villa
Plein 1813 4&5
in The Hague
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Current use: n/a (under temporary management), residential possible, former usage was offices
Designated use: residential, offices, etc., mixed usage
Surface (GFA): approx. 1,591 m²
Size of plot: 00.54.38 ha
Year of construction: approx. 1860
Detached villa and national monument with former coach house located at the rear
This unique monumental villa is located at the edge of the historic centre of The Hague. It is a large, detached villa at Plein 1813 No. 4 and 5, built in around 1860. It offers up to 1,591 m2 of gross floor area, with grounds of over 5,438 m2. The property includes two buildings: the main building and a secondary building (a former coach house) in the garden. A large garden at the rear of the property provides privacy and plenty of parking spaces. All this makes this property perfectly suited for use as a stylish office building, an elegant town house or a luxury apartment complex. Opportunities to purchase a historic building in such a beautiful setting and which offers such versatility and potential do not occur often!
For a general impression of the property Plein 1813 4&5
The sale of the former district court building will take place by public tender. The government will allow interested parties to make conditional bids. Only conditions relating to financing will be accepted. Any other requirements imposed by bidders will not be taken into account.
Interested parties will be allowed sufficient time to prepare their bids. They must submit their bids to the notary by 11:00 on Thursday, 30 June 2016 at the latest. The state will then examine the suitability of the unconditional and conditional bids that have been submitted. This will include an assessment of the risks associated with the relevant conditions, in relation to the amount that has been offered. Any uncertainty regarding the purchase process will be a particular factor to be taken into account during the decision-making process. The Central Government Real Estate Agency will decide whether or not to accept the bids that have been submitted and will award the purchase to the party which has submitted the bid that it deems to be the most acceptable. The state is also free to award the purchase conditionally, subject to the outcome of an integrity and/or solvency survey.
A more detailed description of the sale process and the applicable terms and conditions can be found in the bid book. You can order a copy of the bid book for €75.
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