This detached house from the '60s of the last century has an attached garage and utility room. The attachments belong to the original and are not built on later, as is often the case.
The use of sand-yellow bricks, large windows with as few window styles as possible and a generally simple and tight modeling make this building recognizable from the 1960s.
The house is built of sand yellow bricks in random pattern and equipped with Dutch tiles covered saddle roof.
The garage has a flat roof with bitumen. Depending on the taste of the residents, the roof terrace is provided with tiles or not.
Through the side door one comes from the utility room in the backyard. Windows and doors are made of varnished hardwood.
The chimney of the fireplace is located on the outside of the house and is made from a dark brick. This accentuates the modern but also chic appearance of this building.