This house from 1994 earned a makeover after 24 years. The simple clear design made a good renovation possible. The entrance door, which was rather hidden behind the garage, was brought forward 1.5 meters and was transformed into a prominent entrance facade by means of a wooden finish together with the garage. At the rear, the end façade has been fully opened in the extension, allowing maximum views of the water. The master bedroom, which was located on the front, has been moved to the rear, giving a view of the water from the bedroom and making the living room twice as large. The kitchen is placed centrally in the home, so that contact with the water is now experienced from all living areas. By removing the floor at the entrance, a void has been created that immediately gives a great feeling on entering, despite the 240 cm free height that the house has; a consequence of the construction decree from 1994. The ground floor has become an open space that gives a loft feeling, but where security is nevertheless experienced. A beautiful spacious bathroom has been created on the first floor, where an extra skylight provides natural light. The room on the first floor with a view of the mezzanine above the dining room and the large window overlooking the water, serves as a workplace. Two spacious bedrooms complete the whole. The house has been made as sustainable as possible with new floor heating fed by an air heat pump, 25 solar panels, a heat recovery system, triple-glass glazing in aluminum frames and has been made gas-free. The outdoor life is painted in color and the end façades are fitted with Fraké Noir wood, which will turn gray.