A home in a former school
Bright and completely single-level Loft apartment spanning ca. 149 sqm in De Notenkraker, a former school dating back to 1930. The building was thoroughly renovated in 2014-2015 and includes an elevator.
The apartment is characterized by nearly 3.5m-tall ceilings, an open floorplan and a sunny terrace directly off the living space.
Central entrance with the original stairwell and elevator.
Entrance on the second floor to the hall with a coat area. Spectacular living space with a soaring ceiling and extra-large south-facing windows.
The modern kitchen/lounge with Pitt Cooking, Miele fitted appliances and a Quooker can accommodate a large dining table. Adjacent is the lounge, with large windows toward. the terrace and a separate work area. directly off the living space is the south-facing terrace spanning 15 sqm.
Modern pocket doors divide the living space into two areas - the lounge and a family room. The loft features two bedrooms, the master bedroom features custom closets. The elegant bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, walk-in shower, toilet, vanity and a European laundry.
The entire loft is fitted with cast flooring with underfloor heating.
Usable residential floor area ca. 149 sqm
Ceiling heights of nearly 3.5 meters
This former school was redeveloped and transformed into a residential building with 10 apartments in 2014
Shared bicycle parking unit
Energy label B
Dual aspect windows, easy to keep cool in the summer.
Recently installed sun screens
Small and active HOA
Building repainted by the HOA in 2020.
Professional HOA management by De Nieuwe Wereld Vastgoed Beheer.
Long-term HOA maintenance plan in effect.
The apartment is situated on ground lease land owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The switch to everlasting ground lease (GT&C 2016) has been made, annual lease of 3,106.46
Situated on a quiet, family-friendly street in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, 200 meters from Vondelpark and within walking distance of Hoofddorpplein.
Foodbar 63, a fabulous restaurant, is on the corner of the street, and the area is home to countless other wonderful eateries and cafes, including Gent aan de Schinkel, Oslo, Indonesian restaurant Blauw and Ron Gastrobar with a magnificent sidewalk terrace. Zeilstraat, Amstelveenseweg and Hoofddorpplein offer a range of delis, and the neighborhood has a wide selection of further amenities.
The property is in a central location relative to the A10 beltway (S-106) and is also easily accessible by public transportation (trams 1, 17 and buses 15, 62 and 358).
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