Luxurious and newly renovated apartment of approx. 58 m2 with 2 bedrooms and a great roof terrace of approx. 41 m2 in the Amsterdam Pijp on the Amstel!
During the renovation of this house much attention was paid to the details and finishing. Throughout the apartment is an oak floor and there are Maretti spotlights. There is also underfloor heating which can be regulated per room. Furthermore, a very efficient layout has been chosen.
Entrance, you enter at your own front door on the third floor. Through the staircase you have access to the hall of on the fourth floor which provides access to all rooms. The bright living room with its many windows is characterized by a charming beam structure. The space can also be arranged to your own liking.
The open kitchen is equipped with all kinds of appliances including a microwave-oven, fridge and freezer, induction hob, wine cooler and Quooker. The countertop with a marble look is made of ceramic.
The 2 bedrooms are separate from each other and the bathroom is located in the middle of the house. It has a spacious walk-in shower with custom made oak furniture with washbasin. Nice detail are the brass taps.
Spectacular is the large roof terrace of approx 41 m2 with a great view over the entire city! Here is more than enough space for a large seating area and a lounge area.
The house is centrally located in Amsterdam South; in the cozy Pijp with stunning views over the Amstel River and near the Albert Cuyp market, the Utrechtsestraat, the child-friendly Sarphatipark, the beautiful Oosterpark and the Amstel Quarter. De Pijp is very popular because of the diversity of restaurants, charming stores and nice cafes. The train stations Amstel, Rai and Zuid are a short cycling distance and offer good connections to Schiphol Airport for example. Both the North South line and the East line are nearby. The apartment is convenient to drive to from the A10 and A2 and there is relatively easy parking.
The Amsteldijk is located outside the former city walls of Amsterdam and until 1896 only the part North of the current Ceintuurbaan was within the municipal boundaries (the remaining part was in the municipality of Nieuwer-Amstel, now Amstelveen). Previously the Amsteldijk was called "Utrechtsezijde", which name was still used until around the beginning of the twentieth century, even after "Amsteldijk" was established as the official name. At the beginning of the Amsteldijk (as seen from the city) the barge used to leave for Utrecht.
- Living area approx. 58 m2
- Recently renovated to a high standard
- 2 bedrooms
- Underfloor heating
- Own land
- Spectacular views
- Project Notary Hartman LMH
- The service costs have yet to be determined
- Delivery in consultation, can be done quickly.
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