Street-level apartment with an ideal layout, 3 bedrooms and a southeast-facing garden.
The apartment was recently renovated and turned into a modern home, for which optimization of the available sqm and contemporary requirements were key considerations.
The living room is spacious, and flows into a contemporary open-plan kitchen fitted with a range of luxury appliances. The kitchen design aligns perfectly with the open atmosphere of the living room.
The southeast-facing garden can be accessed both from the living room and the kitchen.
All 3 bedrooms are at the quiet rear.
The bathroom incorporates a perfect mix between functionality and luxury. The bathroom is fitted with a large walk-in shower, vanity, toilet and the fittings for the laundry machine/dryer.
The entire home is fitted with engineered oak parquet flooring with underfloor heating throughout.
The apartment is situated in a tranquil area in popular 'de Baarsjes' district in West borough.
The wide and quiet street is the perfect gateway to countless pubs, eateries and coffee bars. Examples include Bar Baarsch, Radijs, Frits, Bartack, Huiskamer van Rembrandt and The Coffee Company.
Public transportation stops (tram and bus) are within walking distance on Hoofdweg and Postjesweg. Main access roads to the A10 beltway can be accessed within 5 minutes via Surinameplein.
Groceries are available on Postjesweg (AH, excellent cheese shop, bakery, etc). Kinkerstraat is just around the corner and also offers a wide selection of great shops and boutiques.
Usable residential floor area approximately 85 sqm
Back garden approximately 60 sqm
Double glazing (front & rear)
Perfect mix of luxury and contemporary living
HOA administration outsourced to VVE Beheer Amsterdam
Project notary: Buma Algera Notariaat
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