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Modern and energy-efficient (E-0!!) living in a peaceful location

House with an E-level of E-0 that has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The price excludes VAT and registration fees. You enter the house through a spacious entrance hall with cloakroom and guest toilet. There is also access to a separate office space. Furthermore, the ground floor has an open living space, a dining area with large windows, and a spacious storage room. From the kitchen, you have access to the garden with a beautiful view of the forest. The staircase in the hall leads to the upper floor, where there are 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a dressing room. Our homes are offered Casco, i.e. wind and watertight with a finished facade. Provided that they are finished using the right techniques, they achieve E-level 0 or even lower! You can do this work yourself or have it done by the client. The house will be built according to the concrete insulation system: the combination of this construction method with the technologies we use ensures that the house is exceptionally well insulated and that you achieve an extremely pleasant and economical climate. You will be amazed at the savings that this construction method will bring you. Additionally, a battery system can be provided to store solar energy. The revolutionary ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) construction system is the ideal solution for modern construction requirements. ICF combines a solid concrete structure with high-quality insulation, resulting in a construction system that is not only energy-efficient but also exceptionally durable and versatile. - Energy efficiency at its best: prepare for significant savings on your energy bills. The superior insulation value of ICF ensures a consistent temperature in your building, dramatically reducing the need for heating and cooling. - Build quickly, build smart: with ICF, you are assured of a faster construction time. The simplicity and efficiency of the system mean that your project can be completed faster than ever, without compromising on quality. - Unparalleled durability: a building that withstands the test of time. ICF structures are resilient to extreme weather conditions, from powerful winds to earthquakes. - A haven of tranquility: enjoy a peaceful living environment thanks to the excellent sound insulation of ICF. Ideal for both commercial and residential buildings where peace and quiet are a priority. - Environmentally friendly construction: with ICF, you contribute to a greener planet. By reducing waste and low energy consumption during use, ICF is an environmentally responsible choice. - Safety first: increase safety with ICF's fire-resistant properties, an essential aspect for any commercial or residential building. Choose ICF and set the standard for modern, efficient, and sustainable construction. The ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) construction method is a modern building system that uses pre-formed, hollow blocks made of insulation material (expanded polystyrene (EPS), which are filled with concrete. The blocks have a dual function, namely insulation and formwork. This method is used for building walls for both residential and commercial buildings. The ICF system works as follows: 1. Foundation: just like with traditional construction methods, the process starts with a solid foundation. Even in this phase, care is taken to ensure that the foundation is insulated, thanks to the use of a U-shaped insulation formwork to avoid any form of thermal bridging. 2. Placing ICF blocks: the ICF blocks are stacked on top of each other to build the walls. These blocks interlock like building blocks, creating a continuous insulation shell. They have a modular design, which means they can be easily adapted to different wall heights and lengths. 3. Reinforcement: before the concrete is poured into the blocks, reinforcement (steel bars) is placed inside the ICF blocks to provide additional strength and stability. The reinforcement also helps to prevent cracks in the concrete. 4. Pouring concrete: next, liquid concrete is poured into the hollow space inside the ICF blocks, forming the structural core of the wall. The concrete is poured to the desired height, usually in multiple stages to prevent pressure buildup in the blocks. 5. Curing of concrete: after pouring the concrete, it needs some time to cure and develop strength. 6. Finishing: after the concrete has cured, the interior and exterior surfaces of the ICF wall can be finished. On the outside, this can be various types of cladding, such as stucco, (brick) stone, or wooden siding. The inside of the walls is plastered. ICF construction is known for its energy efficiency, sound insulation, speed of construction, and resistance to natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes. It also provides excellent thermal insulation, resulting in lower energy costs for heating and cooling. These homes have E-label 0, which means they are energy neutral. Contact us to make an appointment!


Construction typeConcrete
Year of construction2024
Width of plot31 m
Depth of plot21 m




living roomYes
Garden Qualitynormal
Garden OrientationNorth West


Energy ClassA+

cadastral data

Cadastral Numbers0939/00V002

Information obligation

Building permitNo
Pre-emption rightNo
Judicial decisionNo judicial remedial measure or administrative measure imposed
Subdivision permitNo
Area ApplicationResidential area with rural character
MonumentNo protected heritage
flood proneNot a flood prone area
flood zoneNo defined zones


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€ 509.183,38

Schom 6 2230 Herselt


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