This former mayor?s residence was built in 1905 and is located in the centre of the Drenthe village of Gasselternijveen, between the forested landscape of Drenthe and the lowlands of the peat colonies. The residence is completely restored keeping the many stylistic elements from the Art Nouveau period. The house radiates the old, distinguished atmosphere of the period, with beautiful warm colours, lovely ornamental ceilings and marble fireplaces. You will be transported back to the 1900's. The English garden (4400 m2) radiates relaxation with the hundred year old trees and the beautiful peat moor. The house has all of the 21st century comforts in addition to the authentic elements. Thus you can relax in comfort in the hot tub in the garden, but also in the sauna and in the heated pool (6.40 m x 4 m), which have been installed in what was previously the coach house. The bedrooms are decorated in the style of the ?old? Dutch masters. Each room has as its theme one painter and his repertoire. You will find reproductions and books on the relevant painter in the rooms. The environment offers many options for young and old; a plethora of nature, culture and cities such as Groningen (35 km), Emmen (29 km) and Assen (25 km). In short, a veritable recommendation! EXTRA INFORMATION: The residence is accessible for the disabled. On the ground floor there is a bedroom and a bathroom which is suitable for wheelchairs. The residence is allergy friendly. WARNING! The swimming pool will be removed in September of 2016. Instead of the pool, the following facilities will be made available: - Large spa area (50m2) with a 5 to 6 person jacuzzi and sauna. Includes shower, toilet, and ample seating area. Located in the old coach-house. - Quaint bar area with beer tap. Cinema area, Wii, football table, chess table, and assorted other games. The bar area is located in the rear of the house and can be accessed through the inside. - Large playroom (over 30m2) for children. Includes a climbing area, slide, play-house, television and games.
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