Graeterhof

Graeterhof

 

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Monumental mansion

Gemeente Roermond - Sectie D

Nummers 3478 en 3479

± 6.105 m2

± 2.800 m3

± 1.125 m2

Garage, 4 cars

Central heating

In 1358 a farm stood on the site where Graeterhof is now situated. Up until the French period the farm had been in the possession of the Catholic Church for more than three hundred years. In the first half of the 19th century, Graeterhof became the property of the Strens family and remained under its ownership until 1967. The Strens family carried out major renovations, the most significant being the addition of a hunting lodge to the front of the building, in the middle of the 19th century. It was one of Dr. Pierre Cuypers' earlier works.

 

At the beginning of the 20th century another major renovation took place, this time designed by the architect Frans Dupont from Roermond. During this phase the hunting lodge acquired the chalet- like appearance it still has today. After having been used as a hotel and restaurant for thirty-four years, Graeterhof was purchased by the current owners in 2001 . In the same year it was designated a listed national monument. In 2002 and 2003 the building underwent extensive restoration and currently serves as a residential property again.

 

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Living space:

Parking:

Heating:

Basement:

Several storage cellars. Rustic vaulted wine cellar and boiler room.

 

Ground floor:

Magnificent porch. Spacious entrance hall with grand staircase. A cloakroom with guest toilet. Exclusive family kitchen equipped with all comforts imaginable. Spacious TV room / library, office space, dining room and lounge area.

Garden room / conservatory with monumental troughs.

 

The living room with adjoining study / office is located in the left wing. Both rooms have rustic furnishings. The elegant dining room and lounge are located in the right wing.

 

First floor:

Landing. Spacious balcony with a stunning view. Three bedrooms with generous en suite bathrooms with a variety of comforts. Dressing room / walk in closet.

 

Master bedroom with separate dressing room and a luxurious bathroom with all modern facilities. Guest apartment with living / sitting room and bedroom with bathroom.

 

Second floor:

2 bedrooms, a bathroom and two large attics.

 

Other:

Large covered terrace with lounge area.

Beautifully landscaped park.

In the garden there is a charming fully equipped cottage. Furthermore, a large outbuilding which can serve as a business premises or could be used as a garage for several cars, hobby / party room, etc.

 

Detached cottage:

Ground floor:

Lobby with boiler room. Spacious living room with open kitchen. Bathroom with various comforts.

 

First floor:

3 Bedrooms. 2nd bathroom.

 

The manor house, named Graeterhof, is located between the villages of Swalmen and Boukoul. Swalmen lies between Roermond and Venlo and is bordered on the West by the river Maas and on the East by Germany. To the East of Swalmen there is a vast forest which stretches across the border to adjoin Brüggenerwald and Elmpterwald. It is an excellent area for walking and cycling.

The manor house is, for the most part, built in a T shape and is made up of three floors, predominantly, under a hipped roof with smaller saddle roofs, and flat roofs. The property is brick built with a rustic rendered facade and a grey cement plinth. The rear walls are in the style of cross bond brickwork and are painted white. The windows are mainly rectangular in shape, some of which have shutters with ventilation louvres.

 

Graeterhof

Graeterweg 23

6071 ND Swalmen

the Netherlands

Düsseldorf

63 km - 46 min.

Düsseldorf Airport (DUS)

64 km - 41 min.

Maastricht

56 km - 46 min.

Maastricht Airport (MST)

46 km - 32 min.

Eindhoven

57 km - 59 min.

Eindhoven Airport (EIN)

65 km - 63 min.

Graeterweg 23 - 6071 ND Swalmen - the Netherlands