Luxurious and high quality renovated apartment of approx. 45 mē with a terrace of approx. 16 mē , at a prime location in Amsterdam Oud Zuid!
This property is part of a renovation project of 3 apartments in total. The apartments are all recently renovated with high quality materials. During the renovation much attention has been paid to the finishing and details. For example, there is an oak floor in herringbone pattern and there are recessed spotlights. Typical for all apartments is the large amount of natural light.
Entrance, through a newly upholstered staircase you will reach your own front door on the third floor. You enter the apartment in the hallway. Here is space to hang your coats, for example. The spacious living room is located at the rear of the house and is very bright. A real eye-catcher is the huge sliding door which gives access to the terrace which is directly next to the living room. Especially on sunny days you will probably use this as an extension of your living area. The kitchen is equipped with an induction hob, combi-oven, dishwasher, fridge-freezer.
At the front of the house is the bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The bathroom has a walk-in shower and washbasin with furniture.
Here you will experience the tranquility of the South, but at the same time it has a central location in relation to the Museumplein, the Pijp and the Beethovenstraat.
In the vicinity are cozy restaurants, leading delicatessens and fun pop-up stores. On the Van Baerlestraat, Beethovenstraat and P.C. Hooftstraat are luxury fashion stores, a florist, quality butcher, dry cleaner, jeweler, glasses store and a bakery. But also the Pijp with the Albert Cuyp market and popular restaurants and bars is within walking distance.
The apartment is conveniently located for the Vondelpark and near the Zuid-As. Easily accessible by public transport via Station Zuid-WTC and several tram stops on the Van Baerlestraat, Beethovenstraat and De Lairessestraat. By car you are on the A10 highway within 10 minutes.
Anthonisz. was born in Amsterdam around 1505. He was a grandchild of Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen, who probably taught him to paint, and a cousin of Dirck Jacobsz. In 1538 he painted the first complete map of Amsterdam as a commission from the city fathers to present as a gift to Charles V. He is known mostly for his woodcuts, especially the Bird's eye view of Amsterdam, from 1544. This was printed in 12 blocks of wood, and was recopied and reprinted as an accurate map until well into the 17th century.
Liveable surface approx. 45mē
Large terrace adjacent to the living room of approx. 16mē
Foundations renewed 2015
Service costs approx 58,79 per month
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