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Albrecht Durerstraat 31 II 1077LV Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.495.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
231 m²
Number of rooms


Albrecht Durerstraat 31-II, 1077 LV Amsterdam

This charming and characteristic upper level duplex spanning ca. 231 sqm was renovated in 2014 and includes a generous 4 bedrooms, a wonderful and spacious roof deck and a private entrance/ stairwell. Situated on quiet and lush Albrecht Durerstraat at the heart of Amsterdam Zuid, with an unobstructed view from the front - this is a delightfully tranquil and secluded place to call home - just a stone's throw from all amenities.

The area offers a wide range of options in terms of beautiful shopping streets (Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and PC Hooftstraat), culture (Concertgebouw and Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum) and recreation and outdoor sports facilities (Vondelpark, Olympiaplein, Beatrixpark and Amstelpark). Zuidas and grocery shops are just around the corner. In short, everything is within short walking/ cycling distance.
This tranquil neighborhood is also family-friendly. Amsterdam's best schools, including a number of elementary schools, secondary schools and the British School are in the immediate proximity.

Albrecht Durerstraat is easy to access by car and by public transportation. Multiple tram and bus stops, and Zuid/WTC station are within walking distance. The A10 beltway is just minutes away.
The municipality currently allows for two resident parking permits per address, available immediately.

The private front door from the street leads to the private stairwell to the second floor. Ideal for storing your children's bicycles, pram or golf bag.
The spacious hall on the second floor connects all rooms: the large dual aspect living room (height ca. 2.81m) with a fireplace and balcony at the rear; the welcoming kitchen/lounge at the front with a range of fitted appliances and a built-in closet. The laundry/utility room, restroom and spacious bedroom (ca. 4.94 x 4.04m) with a wall-to-wall wardrobe. And finally, a fully equipped bathroom with a walk-in shower, bathtub and vanity.
The third floor accommodates 3 bedrooms: one at the front (ca. 4.20 x 3.45m) with a dormer, a central bedroom with a skylight (ca. 3.10 x 4.17m) and one at the rear (ca. 4.39 x 4.17m) with a private balcony. This floor also features the second bathroom with a shower and sink.
Stairs lead to the attic floor: off the landing with a ridge height of ca. 2.6m is the door to the magnificent roof deck. Plenty of space for a large dining table and (lounge) sofas.

Ground lease:
This property is on ground lease land owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The current lease period became effective on January 1, 2002 and applies through December 31, 2051. The general terms and conditions for perpetual ground lease from the year 1994 apply.
The annual lease currently amounts to € 2,507.19 and is subject to 5-yearly indexation.
A calculation of the costs for extended and eternal settlement of the ground lease is available upon request.

- HOA ‘Albrecht Durerstraat 31’ is comprised of 3 members, service charges currently amount to € 100 per month;
- Front facade repainted early 2019, back facade scheduled to be repainted next year;
- The property is a part of ‘Plan Zuid’ and as such is a designated protected national cityscape;
- The spacious roof deck was built by the current owners (planning permission granted) in 2014;
- NEN-survey report available: 231 sqm residential floor area, 0.5 sqm further indoor space and a total of 50.2 sqm building-related outdoor space;
-Heating: central heating system.
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