Along the Amstel River, near the bridge at Ouderkerk, you will find this characteristic and attractive monumental house (135 m2) with a huge deep back garden on the Southwest and a plot of 405 m2. This house still has all the beautiful original details such as stained glass, ceilings with ornaments and all panel doors. A house to fall in love with!
This municipal monument (1910) that is part of a row of 16 historic residences is located in the protected townscape 'Buurt over Ouderkerk', on the border of Amstelveen and Ouderkerk aan de Amstel and 10 minutes from Amsterdam.
The house borders the polder landscape at the rear, where you look out over cows with calves
The Schneider houses consist of two rows of houses, which are situated at a slight angle with respect to each other. This creates a more or less half-public space for the houses. The front gardens are accessible via a narrow wooden walkway.
Via a bridge and the common front gardens you will reach the front door.
Beautiful authentic entrance with decorative ceiling. Stairs to the floor. At the end of the corridor are two spacious built-in cupboards under the stairs where the boiler and the electrical installation are located.
At the front of the house is the seating area with a cozy gas heater, stained glass windows and a beautiful herringbone parquet floor.
The dining room is located at the rear and is separated by beautiful en suite doors with fitted wardrobes and stained glass sliding doors. This room also has beautiful ceilings
The kitchen is located in the extension behind the original house. Through a hatch in the kitchen cupboard, you can go to a basement of approximately 6 m2 with a staircase. The kitchen is equipped with built-in appliances.
Behind the kitchen is a bathroom with sink, shower and toilet plus a utility room that is now furnished as a bedroom.
The garden is beautifully landscaped and measured from the original house is 45 meters deep !!. Here is also a wooden garden shed with a small terrace behind it. From there you have a beautiful view over the meadows where the cows graze wonderfully with their calves. A hopping past hare completes this picture.
Very spacious landing with a separate toilet with window at the rear.
At the front is the master bedroom with a view over the river Amstel over the entire width.
Furthermore, here is a spacious bedroom and a second bathroom with a shower and sink.
This floor is accessible via a fixed staircase. The room covers the entire house and has a new Velux roof window. Cam height: 1.83. This room is often used as a playroom by the neighbors.
-Year of construction 1910
- Original ceilings in the living room, dining room and hall
- Many stained glass details
-405 m2 own land
-Garden is 45 meters deep
-135 m2 of living space plus the top floor and a basement
-Ability to extend over the entire width at the rear,
both on the ground floor and first floor.
-Roof renewed in 2017
-CV boiler HR, 2014
-And suite doors
Complex of 16 town houses in the 'Buurt over Ouderkerk', consisting of two rows of houses. They were built around 1910 by order of C.H.Schneider, a landowner from Amstelveen. The complex is a municipal protected townscape.
Casper Hendrik Schneider was a landowner from Amstelveen, who in 1906 applied for a building permit for sixteen stone dwellings in two blocks along the Amstel. The houses were delivered in 1910. The facades of the houses were originally all equipped with sliding windows with shutters and stained glass upper windows. Characteristic are the roof shape and the dormer windows. The houses were built on the grounds of the former homestead 'Veen and Veelust'. The entrance gate of this homestead is now in the garden of the Rijksmuseum.
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