Boeren Biezen farm
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Boeren Biezen farm.
A quiet farm in “de Biezen”, fully renovated in country style.
Margaret Willems and Freddy van Daele bought this farm in 2010 and worked it during 5 year to convert it to a rare jewel.

Various animal species of Scottish, Irish and American origin complete the farm. Scottish highlanders, several woolly sheep, many breeds of chickens, Tennessee wolking, Quarter
and mini horses.
It has several options as a holiday residence or apartment, to where you can bring your own horse or bike for recreational or sporting rides through the beautiful polders.
There is also a place, where workshops are given such as
making silver jewelry, yoga, knitting, cheese making, or Thai cooking. It is very suitable for special occasions like a
tailored birthday party or staff outing.
Margaret has been an independent hairdresser and Freddy is an independent roofer. The creativity of these professions was useful for the renovations. Freddy rebuilt the entire top floor of the existing house into a holiday residence. It is fully furnished in a romantic country style.
Behind the house a few buildings are converted into a chalet for the owners, decorated with all kinds of old building materials in robust style. Everything at hand was incorporated like old stones, old beams, rusty iron frames and even the trees that are cut down, hang on the walls as sawn boards. The combination of the stone house, attached to the wooden chalet and surrounded by a wooden deck with small rocks gives it the flavor of an
American ranch.
In their spare time Margaret and Freddy devote themselves to their American hobbies, country riding in the polder or in the nearby woods, occasionally riding the Chevrolet Custom, an oldtimer from Arizona or a small motorcycle holiday with the Harley Davidson.
They try to be as self-sufficient as possible with a large vegetable-, herb- and fruit garden
of which the products are sterilized or frozen.
Each year together with friends they fatten a pig and an ox for meat.
The sheep wool is home spun to knitting wool or used for comforters.
Behind the house a few buildings are converted into a chalet for the owners, decorated with all kinds of old building materials in robust style. Everything at hand was incorporated like old stones, old beams, rusty iron frames and even the trees that are cut down, hang
on the walls as sawn boards. The combination of the stone house, attached to the wooden chalet and surrounded by a wooden deck with small rocks gives it the flavor of an American ranch.
It has several options as a holiday residence or apartment, to where you can bring your own horse or bike for recreational or sporting rides through the beautiful polders. There is also a place, where workshops are given such as making silver jewelry, yoga, knitting, cheese making, or Thai cooking. It is very suitable for special occasions like a tailored birthday party or staff outing.
Margaret has been an independent hairdresser and Freddy is an independent roofer. The creativity of these professions was useful for the renovations. Freddy rebuilt the entire top floor of the existing house into a holiday residence. It is fully furnished in a romantic country style.
Boeren Biezen farm.

A quiet farm in “de Biezen”, fully renovated in country style.
Margaret Willems and Freddy van Daele bought this farm in 2010 and worked it during 5 year to convert it to a rare jewel.
Various animal species of Scottish, Irish and American origin complete the farm. Scottish highlanders, several woolly sheep, many breeds of chickens, Tennessee wolking, Quarter and mini horses.
In their spare time Margaret and Freddy devote themselves to their American hobbies, country riding in the polder or in the nearby woods, occasionally riding the Chevrolet Custom, an oldtimer from Arizona or a small motorcycle holiday with the Harley Davidson.
They try to be as self-sufficient as possible with a large vegetable-, herb- and fruit garden of which the products are sterilized or frozen.
Each year together with friends they fatten a pig and an ox for meat.
The sheep wool is home spun to knitting wool or used for comforters.