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De Lairessestraat 15 HS 1071NR Amsterdam

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
250 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

De Lairessestraat 15HS, 1071 NR Amsterdam

Luxury and location come together in this spacious downstairs property (approximately 250 m2), which has been renovated to a high standard and has a sunny back garden (approximately 116 m²). The property is located in a grand, stylish building in one of the most beautiful streets in Oud-Zuid. Special luxury elements include a sauna, climate control, a walk-in closet and a hand-made kitchen with marble worktops.

Location and accessibility:
The property occupies a prime location, just around the corner from the Museumplein and the Van Baerlestraat. The area benefits from a wide range of luxury shops and boutiques, which you will find on the Cornelis Schuystraat and the P.C. Hooftstraat – amongst other streets. The property is also conveniently located for restaurants and welcoming terraces. Lovers of art and culture will find that their needs are amply met too: various prominent museums – including the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Van Gogh Museum – and the Koninklijke Concertgebouw are just some of the many advantages of living in the beautiful museum quarter. De Lairessestraat was redesigned recently and now has wider pavements and less road traffic.
The property is easy to reach by various modes of transport: a number of tram and bus stops (including tram lines 2, 5 and 12) are all within walking distance of the property. Station Zuid/WTC and De Pijp underground station are a short bike ride away. By car, the property can be accessed via the A10 ring road (S107 and S108) in just several minutes. Parking is arranged via a permit system. De Lairessestraat is one of the main streets in Oud-Zuid; it is a wonderfully quiet place to live but still within easy reach of the bustling city centre of Amsterdam.

Layout:

Ground floor:
The property has its own entrance and a grand front door. The spacious hallway has steel pivot doors. All of the doors in the property are just short of ceiling height. To the right, there is a utility room with a cloakroom/storage cupboard. The property’s meter cupboard is located here too, neatly tucked away in a separate cupboard. Adjacent to this, there is a separate toilet with a marble-look washbasin. The very spacious living room on this floor has double-glazed, stained-glass windows and a view of the Lairessestraat. The living area has an attractive gas fire and a number of built-in cupboards. The various alcoves are very comfortable, have electrical connections and valuable storage space and make perfect coffee corners.
Steel doors give access to the kitchen and dining room, which are located at the back of the property. A gas fire and built-in cupboard can be found here too. The hand-made kitchen has a cooking island, marble worktops and black finishing and features all of the built-in (Bosch) appliances you might expect, including a dishwasher, oven, fridge and induction hob with an extractor system. A Quooker and cooler are just two of the many luxury aspects this wonderful kitchen has to offer. Double French doors lead out into the property’s sunny garden. One unique feature of this property – by Amsterdam standards – is its rear access, which can be reached via the Jacob Obrechtstraat. It’s the ideal place to keep a bicycle, scooter or Birò electric city car. In the garden, you will see daylight access provisions for the lower ground floor and also the patio below.

Lower ground floor:
The lower ground floor is accessed via stylish, lit stairs and has a parquet strip floor and underfloor heating. The master bedroom is located at the back of this floor. The patio behind can be accessed via a large sliding door. The walk-in closet on this floor comes complete with a number of luxury, lit built-in cupboards that have been finished with suede. Walking on, you will find the property’s sauna and a separate toilet (opposite the sauna). The opulent bathroom on this floor has a designer radiator, double washbasin, bath and spacious walk-in rain shower. The second and third, well-proportioned bedrooms are located at the front of the property on this floor. Adjacent to them, there is a second bathroom with a designer radiator, toilet, washbasin and large walk-in rain shower. The laundry, which has all of the connections you might need for laundry appliances, is located on this floor too. The property has a ventilation system throughout and has all of the electrical connections necessary for a Sonos system.
No expense has been spared on the design and finish of this property, which features beautiful materials, floors, lighting, door furniture and taps throughout. The very best technology has been installed too, including lighting, climate-control, security and electricity-related technology.

De Lairessestraat:
Gerard de Lairesse (1641-1711) was a painter of allegories and wall and ceiling paintings. He came to Amsterdam from Luik in 1667. His Groot Schilderboek book was published in 1707. Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam.

Details:
- Apartment right 250.40 m² (NEN 2580 survey standards)
- Ground lease € 1.993,65/year as of 1 May 2021. Term runs until 30 April 2041 (2000 General Terms & Conditions apply)
- The application to buy out the ground lease in perpetuity was submitted on time
- South-facing garden (116 m²)
- Rear access (unique for Amsterdam)
- Climate control (inlet and outlet)
- New foundations
- New double-glazed windows throughout
- Renovated to a high standard (2020)
- Fitted with the very latest technology
- Hand-made kitchen
- Black detailing
- Marble-look finish
- Stained-glass
- Sauna
- Built-in cupboards
- Spotlights

We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. However, we will not accept liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or any other matter nor for the consequences of such. All measurements and surfaces stated are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. We advise you to engage an (NVM-registered) expert estate agent who will guide you through the purchasing process. Should you have any specific desires with regard to the residence, we advise you to make these known as soon as possible to your purchasing estate agent and have an independent investigation carried out into such matters. If you do not engage an expert, you will be deemed as considering yourself to be sufficiently expert to be able to oversee all matters that could be important. The NVM terms and conditions are applicable.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-17
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
250 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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