“We will miss that fantastic view, living in one of the bends of Amstel river, with a view reaching from Hotel de L'Europe to the Magere Brug. This is truly a house with a soul; each floor feels different. It is very difficult for us to leave this magnificent place after more than 25 years!” These are the words the current owners used to describe this special house along the Amstel. This property is located in the bustling heart of the city, in between Waterlooplein and Rembrandtplein, near the gorgeous Hermitage. The property consists of six floors and is formally split into two apartments, making it extremely suitable for double or multiple occupation. Each floor offers a spectacular view and lots of sun at the front. The basement currently houses a shop, but this floor is equally suitable for residential use. Curious to see this unique house? Make sure you view this property!
The property is situated along the Amstel, in Amsterdam city centre, next to the Amsterdam Town Hall, the National Opera & Ballet and opposite 212, a Michelin-rated restaurant. You can find all the amenities within walking distance, such as the Marqt supermarket (near Rembrandt square), all the shops, bars and restaurants in the bustling Utrechtsestraat. You can find various supermarkets and chain stores near the Waterloo metro and tram station, such as Hema, Kruidvat, Blokker and AH. This area has excellent public transport links: Tram 14 and night buses and Waterloo metro station (metro 51,53 and 54) are just around the corner, and the stops of other tram lines and the North-South metro line are within easy reach. The taxi rank is also just around the corner.
The A10 motorway can also be reached via Wibautstraat/Weesperstraat or the IJtunnel (both approx. 10 minutes). The two apartments are each eligible to receive a parking permit (€ 267.50 per 6 months). Parking is also always possible in the parking garage of city hall. The property is on the edge of the city centre and the east of the city, so you can enjoy the best of both areas, e.g. Hortus botanical garden, Tropical Museum and Artis Zoo.
Lower house (33A): The basement has a street entrance just a few steps down. Atelier space underneath the whole property with tiled flooring, toilet and shower, kitchenette and at the rear winding stairs to the elevated ground floor. This floor also has a private front door, living room, open-plan kitchen, toilet with small washbasin, the covered patio and stairs provide access to the upper floor. This floor has a front and back room with ornamental ceilings and original fireplaces, large bathroom with toilet, bathtub and washbasin. The elevated ground floor apartment and the first floor both offer an excellent view of Blauwbrug and Amstel.
Upper house (33B): Wide staircase to the second floor, with spacious front and back room with French doors and French balcony at the front, ornamental ceiling and hard stone fireplaces. Kitchenette and bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet at the rear. The third floor has a living room at the front and at the rear the kitchen, the landing, a toilet and a shower. Both floors offer an exceptionally panoramic view across the river. The attic floor has a good ceiling height and a bedroom at the front with walk-in wardrobe and at the rear a utility space for the washing machine and central heating boiler and a separate bathroom with bathtub, shower, toilet and washbasin.
Year of construction approx. 1880
The property is freehold
Listed building and inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list
Living area 258 m2
Central heating (two boilers: Remeha, 2017)
Floor heating in bathrooms on the second and fourth floor
Windows have insulated glass
Communal foundation with number 35 was renewed in 2014
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