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Cornelis Schuytstraat 8 II/III 1071JH Amsterdam

Year of construction
1894
Floor space
120 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Exclusive apartment located at the Cornelis Schuytstraat, completely renovated by the Dutch designer Jan des Bouvrie. In walking distance from the Vondelpark amidst all renowned retailers, brasseries and restaurants of Oud-Zuid.

Entrance through the upholstered staircase. You enter the second floor into the spacious living room with open kitchen and cooking island. This room offers sufficient space for a spacious sitting area at the front (street side) and a cozy dining area at the rear of the house. The living room is about 6 meters wide and has a balcony at the front.

The kitchen has built-in appliances from the Bosch brand, ample storage space and plenty of worktop. There is a 4 burner gas stove with a wok burner from the brand Bosch Flame Select and a dishwasher of the Silence type, a combination oven and a spacious fridge-freezer. At the cooking island, apart from a lot of work space, there is the possibility for a breakfast bar. The kitchen has a spacious balcony facing southwest.
In the opposite of the kitchen island is a wardrobe. In addition, a spacious guest toilet with fountain furniture, hanging toilet and round mirror.

Through an internal staircase you enter the landing. Here is a long closet wall where the technical installation, washing / drying connection and a wardrobe are built. There is also a separate toilet.

At the rear is the master bedroom with en suite walk-in shower and private toilet. The bathroom has a double sink in a custom made furniture and mirror wall with storage cupboards. At the rear is an extra deep balcony which can be accessed through French doors.

At the front is a spacious bedroom with a large Velux skylight and a separate bathroom with walk-in shower and sink in a furniture with mirror wall.

Through the entire house there are dimmable ceiling spots.

Location and accessibility
The property is located in the chic neighborhood Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, between the Willemsparkweg and the Van Breestraat. On the Cornelis Schuytstraat itself you will find numerous exclusive shops as well as others nearby on the Van Baerlestraat and P.C. Hooftstraat. The well-known Vondelpark is within walking distance and is located in the immediate vicinity of many facilities such as shops, schools, nurseries, museums, terraces and restaurants. There is a good connection to the A-10 ring road and public transport is practically at the doorstep.

Parking
Paid parking is available on public roads (from 9 am to 9 am) with the exception of Sunday and parking through a permit system. According to information from the website of the municipality of Amsterdam, there is no waiting list for a parking permit (waiting list data per 20 August 2018, license area South 8).

The entire house has been completely renovated and you are the first occupant after renovation.

Particularities
- approx. 120 mē
- High ceilings
- Renovated by Jan des Bouvrie
- Spacious living room with balcony at the front
- Open kitchen with Bosch appliances
- Kitchen has a balcony located on the west
- Spacious bedrooms with private bathroom
- Master bedroom with balcony on the west
- Custom built-in cupboards
- Double glazing everywhere
- Upholstered
- Available in consultation
- Costs gas / water / electricity for tenant
- Located in the charming Cornelis Schuytstraat
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-17
Status
under option
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1894

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
120 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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