Luxurious and high quality renovated studio-apartment of approx 29 m2 with balcony of approx 9 m2, on a prime location in Amsterdam Oud West!
This house is part of a renovation project of a total of 6 apartments. Almost every apartment is unique and has something on offer for everyone. Striking about these houses is the width (approx. 5.7 meters) in combination with the high ceilings (approx. 2.8 meters). The large windows provide an abundance of light at both the front and rear.
During the renovation much attention was paid to the details and finishing. In all apartments is an oak floor and there are recessed spotlights. In addition, the layouts of the apartments are very efficient.
Entrance, you enter on the 4th floor. The apartment is at the rear of the building. The matte white kitchen is handleless and has Bauknecht appliances such as a microwave, refrigerator, induction hob and a dishwasher. The worktop is made of very durable composite. Adjacent to the living room is the spacious balcony of approx. 11 m2. This really feels like an extension of your living area.
The bathroom has a walk-in shower and sink. Again, beautiful materials such as large ceramic tiles with marble look and stainless steel taps from HotBath are used. There is also a separate toilet.
The location is ideal: The Da Costabuurt is perfectly situated between the beautiful Jordaan and the bustling Ten Katebuurt. Here you have the best of both worlds. This child friendly & quiet part of the Da Costakade with its many nice and well known stores, pubs, cafes and eateries is a real joy to live in. The Food District is literally just around the corner! Despite its central location, this street is still quite quiet because there is little traffic. Supermarkets are nearby and schools and child care are in the proximity. Central Amsterdam is 5 minutes by bike and by car it takes 15 minutes to get to the Ring. Central station is less than 10 minutes away. You are exactly in between the Vondelpark and the Erasmuspark. By public transport you can reach the entire city by tram in no time.
The canal is named after the 19th century poet and prose writer Isańc da Costa (1798-1860). Besides the canal and the quay, there are also the Da Costastraat (parallel to the canal) and the Da Costaplein (in the street). On 14 August 1942, at the insistence of the German occupiers, a number of Amsterdam street names were changed by order of mayor Edward Voűte. These were streets named after the Dutch royal family or Jews. Until the end of the Second World War in 1945 it was called the Gouverneurskade.
- Living area approx. 29 m2
- Balcony next to the living room of approx. 11 m2
- Recently renovated to a high standard
- Renovation project of 6 apartments
- New foundation
- Tall ceilings
- Project Notary Hartman LMH
- The service costs have yet to be determined
- Located on leasehold land
- Delivery in consultation.
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