House with huge garden in little town in the mountains, close to Goslar

House with huge garden in little town in the mountains, close to Goslar




May 2008

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our vacation home is built around 1800 and completely renovated by us. It's cosy and comfortable at the same time. It is situated in a street at the borders of a small town called Sankt Andreasberg. The name of the house is Das Alte Haus, named so by the former owners, the Alte family that lived there for 70 years.

From the rooms at the front you look over the beautiful little town, from the windows of the living room you see our huge garden and the mountains behind it. For more pictures see our website LET OP: wij zijn Nederlands, dit is ons vakantiehuis en wij wonen in Nederland. Daarom ruilen wij niet met huizen in Nederland, op de Waddeneilanden na.


More about us

  1. We are Renske (52) and Jouko (53), a married couple with three children (all boys, 18, 16 and 14 years old). We both have our own company, Renske does projectmanagement for the Red Cross and Jouko works on interim basis as a director of a highschool.
    We've done several exchanges so far, in the USA, France, Denmark and Germany. We really love this special way of travelling!

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Where is it?


Sankt Andreasberg is a little town in the Harz, a beautiful National Park right in the middel of Germany. The town is on a 600 - 900 meter altitude and has a history of mining. After the mines closed, people came to Sankt Andreasberg because of the fresh air. Right now it's the ultimate place for an active holiday: there are lots of opportunities for hiking, mountainbiking and skiing. If you like cultural things you are at the right place too: lots of beautiful towns around, like Goslar. Sankt Andreasberg itself has steep streets and colorful houses, the shops and restaurants you need and really nice and welcoming people.

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