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Ceramiquelaan 19 1031KG Amsterdam

Asking price € 695.000 k.k.

Year of construction
Floor space
108 m²
Number of rooms


Beautiful and very luxurious apartment with private parking located on the second floor in the beautiful building De Zee-Arend in a very central location in the city.

The house has a beautiful terrace of approx. 10 m2 on the southeast with a wide view over the Eye film museum, the Adam tower and the IJ.

The small-scale apartment complex “de Zee-Arend” was designed by the Portuguese architect Alvaro Sizo. The complex is just not right on the water, but due to the design, this house has a direct view of the water on both the left and right of the EYE film museum

As the owner of this complex, you can use the gym, sauna and guest apartment in the De Europa building.

De Zee-Arend is located in the trendy and popular Overhoeks district opposite Central Station. Overhoeks is a very centrally located residential area for everyone who loves the city, but at the same time also loves water, tranquility and privacy, good accessibility and architecture by top architects. The district is growing into a versatile, beautiful and trendy living environment for young and old with facilities such as various restaurants, cafes, terraces and also cultural facilities such as the EYE Film Institute Netherlands and the NDSM site. Within a few minutes you are on the Dam, you are at the Bijenkorf or on the canal belt.

This beautiful, spacious, well-laid out and quietly located apartment with a view of the IJ is located here!

Entrance on both sides possible (2 bells)
The apartment is on the second floor and has a practical layout. Upon entering, the hallway runs past the formerly 2 bedrooms where part of the second bedroom is now involved in the master bedroom. This has been transformed into a very spacious and pleasantly arranged bedroom with a view of the IJ. The remainder is a practical and nice walk-in closet / wardrobe. You could create a second bedroom in a fairly simple way. Opposite the bedrooms is the spacious bathroom with a bath, walk-in shower and beautiful double sink, the bathroom has beautiful white wall tiles and gray floor tiles. There is also a separate toilet with hand basin in the hallway.

The hallway offers direct access to the spacious living room with the new (November 2019) luxury open kitchen with various built-in appliances, including a Miele oven / microwave, spacious fridge-freezer, Atag dishwasher, a 4-burner induction hob with BORA (integrated ) extraction system and a Quooker. The kitchen offers plenty of storage space by means of chests of drawers.
Behind the kitchen is a work space where the washing machine and dryer connections are also located.

The apartment has a beautiful Mosa tiled floor, plastered walls and blunt doors.

Throughout the apartment, an adapted lighting system and a hanging system for paintings have been installed in the suspended ceiling. Even after lowering the ceiling, the height is still 275 cm.

The apartment is gas-free and equipped with a collective, sustainable underfloor heating system, based on heat-cold storage (ATES). The temperature is controlled by a thermostat in the living room, and room controls in the bathroom and bedroom. With the same system that you use to heat the apartment in winter, you can cool the apartment in summer, so that the house is always pleasantly warm.

In the parking garage (entrance next to the De Zeven Provinciën building) is the parking lot, the communal bicycle shed and your own external storage room.

- very luxurious renovated apartment

- Delivered in 2012.

- 108 m˛ floor space plus approx. 10 m˛ balcony

- Annual lease payments surrendered to April 30, 2057

- The surrender for perpetual leasehold has been applied for on very favorable terms!

- Own indoor parking space, located under the building

- Extra storage and closed bicycle shed in the parking basement

- Healthy VVE.

- Service costs for the apartment are € 183.44 per month

- Service costs for the parking lot are € 26.02 per month

- Service costs for the Management Association (for maintenance and management of the communal gardens) amount
to € 14.40 per month

- Delivery in consultation.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
108 m²
External storage space
5 m²
364 m³


Total number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
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