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Alexander Boersstraat 12 A 1071KX Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.450.000 

Year of construction
2006
Floor space
165 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Alexander Boersstraat

Extremely comfortable & generous double ground floor apartment of 165 m2 in a recently built, small-scale apartment complex in the much-loved Concertgebouw neighbourhood.

As culture vulture, this exclusive location is the place to be! The apartment is extremely spacious and has a stunning layout. The property also has a spacious and charming garden as well as a patio that runs along the master bedroom. The complex was built in 2006, is in outstanding condition and has high ceilings.


Layout:
Ground floor: features marble flooring with underfloor heating and a ceiling height of 2.85 metres.
The stately entrance with stone staircase from the street provides direct access to the spacious hallway, which is located in the heart of the property. To the right there is a spacious living room with three large windows to the front and a semi-open luxury Eggersman kitchen at the rear. The kitchen is equipped with Miele built-in appliances.

Garden floor: features marble flooring with underfloor heating and a ceiling height of 2.60 metres.
The garden floor is accessed via a comfortable hardwood staircase and accommodates two good-sized bedrooms, each with its own luxury en-suite bathroom. The rear master bedroom has patio access.

A further extremely spacious room is located on the left of the property and also has three windows at the front. This could form a stunning office or could be converted easily into two bedrooms. There is also a spacious toilet, built-in wardrobe and storage closet. A third bathroom could be created here. The stunning city garden, which extends the full width of the property, can be accessed from the hallway. It’s a beautiful haven in which to enjoy a chilled glass of wine or sparkling water on those warm summer days.


Surroundings:
Alexander Boersstraat is a stately and quiet street connecting two well-known national monuments; the Concertgebouw and the Vondelpark. A huge range of restaurants, cafés, fashion boutiques and museums are just a stone’s throw away, and Cornelis Schuytstraat, PC Hooftstraat and Van Baerlestraat are also just around the corner. Every Saturday a farmers’ market on Zuidermarkt offers delicious organic produce. The neighbourhood is also home to excellent schools, including the British School. Parking is arranged via a parking permit, which can be obtained immediately, and plenty of parking is available on the street. Public transport services in the area are also excellent, including trams 2, 3, 5, 12 and bus 397 to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Access roads to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, The Hague and Utrecht are also within easy reach.


Particulars:
* Built on freehold land;
* A top location in Amsterdam Zuid;
* Living area 165 m2 (NEN measurement report available);
* New development from 2006;
* Well-insulated, Energy label A;
* Marble floors with underfloor heating;
* Three bedrooms;
* Potentially four bedrooms;
* High ceilings
* Sound and active homeowners’ association (VvE) (4 members);
* Service fees of €309 per month;
* Spacious storage space of 12 m².


We have compiled this information with the utmost care. However, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All indicated dimensions and areas are approximate.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
12/10/2019-12/10/2019-12/10/2019
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2006

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
165 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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