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De Lairessestraat 101 1071NX Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
332 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
230 m²


Located in the Amsterdam South district and the lovely museum area, we offer you this spectacular town house of 332mē (GFA 412mē) with no less than 11 rooms and big south-facing back garden of 83mē.

The De Lairessestraat is one of the main streets in the Oud Zuid neighbourhood close to the Van Baerlestraat and only a stone's throw from the Concertgebouw, with many shopping streets around the corner such as the Van Baerlestraat, the Cornelis Schuytstraat where you will find various restaurants, cafés, schools, and of course the popular Vondelpark.

This beautiful building was built in 1921 and is part of a row of ten town houses. The wide front door immediately draws the attention, as do the leaded windows. These distinguished buildings used to belong to prominent Amsterdam families.

Schiphol Airport is a mere 15 minutes by car. This location is also easily accessible by public transport (train/bus/underground Station WTC). The car will take you within five minutes, via the Amstelveenseweg, to the A10 ring road. The many good restaurants and shops, the Museumplein, Vondelpark and easy accessibility by car, bus, and tram make this a very attractive location.

Ground floor:
Separate entrance with vestibule. Beautiful en-suite room with herringbone floor and a 3.49-meter high ceiling. The French doors in the kitchen and in the living room lead you to the sunny back garden. The charming kitchen/dining room is fitted with various appliances. This house benefits from a second pantry at the front, as the current owners run a business from home. The stately hall has a separate toilet.

First floor:
This floor has 4 bedrooms and a big bathroom in the centre with a walk-in shower, a bath, a double washbasin, and a bidet. In addition, there is a separate toilet.

Second floor:
The landing boasts access to another 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with a shower, washbasin, and a toilet. Spacious roof terrace of approx. 48mē!

De Lairessestraat:
Gerard de Lairesse (1641-1711), painter of allegories, murals and ceiling paintings. He moved from Luik to Amsterdam in 1667. In 1707 his book 'Groot schilderboek' was published. Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam.

- Town house with living area of approx. 332mē (GFA 412mē)
- South-facing garden of approx. 83mē
- Basement of approx. 35mē
- Fire place
- Roof covering was renewed around 5 years ago
- Annual ground rent residence amounts to € 1,787.88 per year, up to 31-07-2041, AB 1915
- Many original features such as high ceilings and ornaments
- Asbestos and age clause apply
- Parking via the Amsterdam permit system
- Completion in consultation
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sold conditionally
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By mutual agreement


Type of house/apartment
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Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
332 m²
Lot size
230 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

Welcome to the Museumkwartier, Apollobuurt and Willemsparkbuurt. This area is bordered by the Vondelpark, Stadhouderskade, Boerenwetering, Zuideramstelkanaal and the Oplympiaplaza. Characteristic for this area is the Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Concert Hall as tourist spots. The Museumplein attracts more than 1 million visitors a year, also big events are held at the Museumplein on a regular basis. The residential area mainly consists of big villa’s which in most cases arenīt available for rent. Most houses are in the Amsterdam School style especially the houses at the Minervalaan. Museumquarter is an absolute must for lovers of art, antiques and curiosities: the area has been at the heart of the Dutch art and antiques trade for over 80 years.

De Lairessestraat 101 1071NX Amsterdam

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