Op Den Bosch 3 5991 Ne Baarlo

  • 5 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 3,047 sqft
  • 3 ac lot
  • $353/sqft
A unique property in a beautiful location, where you can fully enjoy peace, space and privacy! In recent years, this detached farmhouse has been partly renovated with great care in 17th-century style,
A unique property in a beautiful location, where you can fully enjoy peace, space and privacy! In recent years, this detached farmhouse has been partly renovated with great care in 17th-century style, but with all the comforts of today. There are plenty of opportunities for the next owner to complete the renovation to his or her own wishes and taste.

This detached farmhouse is one of the oldest farms in the area (1369). During the renovation of recent years, the authentic state has been preserved as much as possible and brought back to the 17th century. However, this also included all the amenities to enjoy a comfortable and energy-efficient home, in keeping with the times. Currently, 1/3 of the farmhouse has been renovated and this offers plenty of opportunities to apply your own wishes and taste to the remaining part of the farmhouse.

The property is situated on a plot of no less than 8,243 m², which is further laid out with a landscaped garden and a fruit orchard. From the house and the garden, however, there is also a beautiful view of the plot behind with an area of no less than 2 hectares. This plot offers plenty of opportunities for e.g. hobby horses, other animals or recreational use.

The village centres of Baarlo and Kessel are within cycling distance. The city centres of Venlo, Roermond and Weert can also be reached within half an hour. And there is good access to the A73, A2 and A67 motorways.

The rightmost part of the farmhouse, about 1/3 of the entire farm, is currently renovated and furnished with a generous living kitchen, a practical cloakroom, a cosy upstairs room, a toilet room, a cellar and a cosy living room. A fixed staircase from the kitchen provides access to a multifunctional space on the 1st floor, which currently serves (temporarily) as a bedroom.

The living kitchen is finished with a French tiled floor with underfloor heating, stucco (loam) walls and an oak ceiling with beams. The characteristic, wooden trusses are visible and a French door provides beautiful views of the garden and the (associated) land behind. The bespoke kitchen fittings include a 17th-century blue stone top with a wide sink and hot water tap, an induction hob with built-in extractor fan, an oven, fridge, dishwasher and plenty of cupboard space.

The kitchen provides access to the living room utility room, upstairs room, cellar, toilet room and garden.
The cloakroom is fitted with a fixed cupboard, which houses the alarm system, network cupboard, underfloor heating unit and meter cupboard, among others. Power is available and the fibre-optic connection is also located here.

The cloakroom is finished with the same tiled floor, stucco (loam) walls and ceiling. A window provides natural light.

The upstairs room is accessible from the kitchen by a wooden staircase of several steps and furnished with several shelves, the WTW system and the heat pump unit.

The toilet room features a porch which is equipped with the original, fixed sink and underfloor heating. The toilet room is equipped with a toilet, natural light and underfloor heating.

The cellar with its vaulted ceiling is the most authentic room in the house and dates from around 1600. An excellent space for creating a beautiful wine cellar!

A fixed staircase provides access from the kitchen to the multifunctional space on the 1st floor, which is currently arranged as a bedroom. However, there are also connections here for creating a bathroom, as well as connections for washing equipment and plenty of network and electricity points for setting up a home office/workplace. The room is finished with a wooden floor, the walls are partly timbered and partly in (loam) stucco. A large window, which follows the slope of the roof, provides plenty of light and a beautiful view. The beautiful wooden trusses are also visible in this room.

The cosy living room also enjoys wonderful light through several large windows in the roof slope, a large window in the front façade and double doors in the rear façade. The living room has an oak floor with floor heating, stucco (loam) walls and ceiling. An impressive fireplace adds atmosphere to the pleasant living space. The fireplace is currently not in use, however, this is possible. Despite the difference in level of 1 step, the living room is wheelchair-accessible.

There are still several rooms in the middle part of the farmhouse, which have not yet been included in the renovation. These rooms consist of several (bed) rooms, the bathroom, a toilet/shower room, a laundry room and a workshop. On the first floor are a (work) room and an attic.

After renovation, this part of the farmhouse was intended to create 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a workshop/garage, a stairwell and a laundry/machine room.

Notably, the bathroom and laundry room are currently still in use. The partly tiled bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, a walk-in shower, a double washbasin with a storage cabinet, a floating toilet and a bidet. The laundry room is also partly tiled and equipped with connections for washing appliances, a terrazzo worktop with a sink and a terrazzo sink. A wicket door provides access to the front yard.

In the past, the left part of the farmhouse housed an indoor swimming pool. This pool has since been removed and the concrete basin has been filled with sand. The room is further finished with a tiled floor and stucco walls and a plastic panelled ceiling. French doors provide access to the rear garden.

After renovation, this part of the farmhouse would be furnished with several multi-purpose rooms, which would allow the pursuit of a hobby, the setting up of a home office or practice and also a care home.
The garden has a rural and park-like layout with a raised, wheelchair-accessible terrace at the rear and a large lawn surrounded by perennials and trees. The terrace is equipped with electricity (power current) and water connections. The right part of the garden is fully equipped as an orchard with authentic standard fruit trees, such as apples, pears, plums and cherries. The garden also has a well, which is currently not in use.

Also on the plot is a former horse stable, built of masonry and with an insulated and partly renovated roof covered with tiles. In the past, this building was equipped with 3 horse boxes and a storage room. The divisible doors and concrete partitions are still present. The water connection is disconnected. Currently, all spaces are in use for storage and stabling.

At the rear of the house is a plot of land, which is separated from the plot with the house by a stream. The land is sown with grass and surrounded by a green belt with large trees and shrubs. There is no fence.

- When the farmhouse was renovated, the outer walls were retained, only part of them were rebuilt, and an insulated shell/inner wall was built on the inside.
- All renovated facades have new pointing.
- The renovated part of the farmhouse is equipped with hardwood window frames with triple glazing. The remaining part of the farmhouse has wooden window frames with partly double and partly single glazing.
- During the renovation, all provisions were made for airtight insulation and sustainable heating without using gas.
- There is no longer a gas connection in the house.
- The renovated part is equipped with authentic Bakelite switches for the electricity points.
- There is an air-water heat pump system (2019) with sufficient capacity for 2/3 of the house, of which 1/3 is now in use. The heat pump system can also provide hot tap water. In addition, a separate electric boiler (2016) of 120 litres/85°C is present for the current bathroom.
- Full balanced ventilation (Type D) with the WTW system.
- The floors in the renovated part of the farmhouse are equipped with underfloor heating and cooling.
- Preparations have been made for the installation of a Domotics system.
- An alarm system is in place.
- Preparations are in place to collect and reuse rainwater within the house or in the garden.

- When renovating the left part of the farm, luxury and high-quality materials were used, with an appearance dating back to the 17th century.

- This site is zoned ”Residential”.
- For more information about the possibilities at this location, a policy check is available. This is available through our office.

- Magnificent unobstructed views to the rear!
- Plenty of privacy and located on a quiet road in the outskirts of Baarlo.
- All necessary daily amenities are available at a short distance in the village centres of Kessel and Baarlo.
- Good accessibility due to its location near various arterial roads, such as the A67, A73 and A2 motorways.
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In Detail


  • Garden
  • Pool
  • Terrace
  • Garage
  • Indoor Pool
  • Equestrian
  • Wine Cellar
  • Fireplace
  • Renovated


  • Privacy
  • Panoramic / Scenic View
  • Renovated
  • Equestrian


  • Indoor Pool
  • Office
  • Laundry Room
  • Wine Cellar
  • Fireplace


  • Terrace
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Pool

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