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Banstraat 5 . 1071JV Amsterdam

Asking price € 6.100.000 

Year of construction
2014
Floor space
311 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Unprecedented luxury apartment of approx. 311 mē, entirely located on one floor, including 2 private parking spaces in the widely renowned complex project More in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid!

This caliber of living is very rare in Amsterdam and it therefore happens only rarely that an apartment becomes available in project More. The building has undergone a transformation from a former office building to an apartment complex with 11 apartments of absolute international allure. The whole is according to the design of architect Roberto Meyer, known from many projects of stature spread all over the world. The building is a clear statement, while it nevertheless blends in with the streetscape of 19th-century buildings.

Not only is the complex unique from the outside, but internally the apartment has also been finished at the highest level. Only the best materials have been used for the finishing of the apartment. This is reflected, for example, in such things as the floors, wall coverings, lighting, faucets, etc. Additionally, as is to be expected, all technology is state-of-the-art. For example, a Gira 9 home automation system is available throughout the house. This can be operated by means of multiple panels throughout the house, or using your smartphone or tablet. Through this system you can, among other things, regulate lighting, curtains, climate and security.

The large windows are a part of the design of Roberto Meyer. The outer walls of the apartment are almost entirely made of glass. This ensures that the apartment is in contact with the beautiful environment at all times, without the feeling of security being compromised. Furthermore, the choice of colors and materials provide a particularly warm and homely feeling.

Layout
Entrance, using the communal entrance with doorman you reach the front door of the apartment on the ground floor. The communal entrance breathes the feel of exclusivity of the entire complex. You enter into the hall of the apartment. This has access to the living area by means of steel doors. The living area has been divided into multiple segments, so it feels very intimate despite the large surface. There is, for example, a very charming seating area. Here you can enjoy the serenity of the apartment while you have a view over the Jacob Obrechtkerk which is located behind the complex.
Linking up is the particularly richly equipped living room-cum-kitchen with bar area. The kitchen is provided with all sorts of equipment that you can expect from a home of this caliber. Moreover, this equipment is mostly from Gaggenau and there is more than enough storage space available.
Both the kitchen as well as the seating area have access to the more than spacious terrace at the rear of the complex by means of outward-opening doors. The terrace has a surface of approx. 69 m2 and is therefore definitely an extension of the living area of the apartment. This is also 1 of the apartments with the largest outdoor space of the complex.
Through the lounge area you reach the living room in the front. The living room is located on the junction of the Banstraat and the Valeriusstraat. Therefore you have a beautiful view of the Valeriusstraat from the couch. The living room is divided into multiple zones so that it never feels too massive. There is also a large gas fireplace present which creates an extra pleasant effect.

In total the apartment contains 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom is located in the back and can be called particularly spacious. The master bedroom covers a large part of the rear faįade. In total the bedroom including the corresponding part is over 7 meters wide. Apart from the sleeping area there is also a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with, among other things, double showers, double washbasins and a freestanding bath. A separate wellness area has also been created with plenty of storage space for the usual morning rituals.
The second bedroom is also located in the back of the apartment. All bedrooms are provided with their own bathroom which has been executed in the same style.
The third bedroom is located in the front. This is currently in use as a gym, but the dimensions are also ideal for a bedroom. Furthermore, this room has its own entrance from the street side. Therefore, this chamber can also be extremely suitable as a room for, for example, an au pair.

There is a secure car park for the residents in the substructure of the complex. The apartment concerned is provided with two private parking spaces which are located behind each other. There is also a separate spacious storage present in the substructure.

Surrounding area
Located on an absolute prime location on the corner of the Johannes Verhulststraat and the convivial Cornelis Schuytstraat. In addition to the parking garage there is also plenty of parking in the area ensuring you can still quickly get to and from the beltway with your car. The Vondelpark, Royal Concertgebouw, Museumplein and the PC Hooftstraat; due to this central location in the nicest neighbourhood of Oud Zuid literally all amenities are located within walking distance.

In summary
Living on an international level with only the best facilities on the most beautiful location of Amsterdam Oud-Zuid!

Particularities:
- Living area approx. 311 mē;
- Terrace of approx. 69 mē;
- Including 2 private parking spaces;
- Freehold land, no ground lease;
- 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms;
- 2 entrances;
- Extensive Gira 9 home automation system;
- Luxury residential complex including doorman;
- Including all movable property.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
16/4/2019-16/4/2019-16/4/2019
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2014

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
311 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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