Apollolaan 69-3, 1077 AH Amsterdam.
A well-laid-out, two-floor upstairs apartment (approx. 186 m2) with two balconies and a large roof terrace, situated in a complex designed by famous Amsterdam architect Jan Frederik Staal.
Location and accessibility:
The Apollolaan is very conveniently located for public transport links and various arterial roads.
The apartment is also just walking distance from the Beethovenstraat, where the diverse range of shops and cosy restaurants on offer has made this area one of the most popular in Amsterdam. The Beatrixpark and Vondelpark are both easy to reach by foot too.
Separate entrance on the first floor.
A large hallway gives access to all of the rooms on this floor. The first of this apartment’s four bedrooms can be found to the rear of the apartment and has three built-in cupboards. It is next to the bathroom, which has a shower, washbasin and bath. A separate toilet can be accessed via the hallway on this floor too. This property’s kitchen is situated to the rear of the apartment as well and comes complete with various built-in appliances, including a new refrigerator and dishwasher. The spacious, connected living/dining room (stained-glass sliding doors separate the two rooms and are an original feature) and opens onto the apartment’s south-facing balcony. Returning to the front of the property, you will find another bedroom and an extra room adjacent to the living room. With the exception of the kitchen, the entire third floor has been laid with a beautiful large-herringbone-pattern oak parquet floor.
A separate bathroom with shower and toilet can be accessed via the hallway on this floor too. This floor of the apartment also benefits from two good-sized bedrooms, each of which has two built-in cupboards. On this floor, you will find a large south-facing roof terrace to the rear and a large balcony to the front of the property. A separate room has been reserved for a washing machine and dryer too. An oak floor has been laid throughout the fourth floor.
Apollo was one of the 12 major gods of Greek mythology: he was the god of the sun, music and poetry and a patron of the muses (Source: stadsatlas Amsterdam).
- Apartment right (approx. 186 m2); NEN 2580 measurement report available;
- A large roof terrace and two good-sized balconies.
- The apartment has six beautiful stained-glass doors, which are probably the work of Willem Bogtman. Three identical doors can be found in Museum het Schip;
- A new floor covering has been laid on the staircase;
- There is a healthy and active owners’ association. Manager: Ter Linden en Heijer;
- Ground lease; ground rent has been bought out until 31-12-2062;
- The complex benefits from block heating;
- The monthly service charges are € 481.78 (not including energy tax - central heating & hot water €237.73 and monthly window cleaning € 16.60;)
- Transfer date in consultation; possible in the very short term.
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