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De Lairessestraat 176 B 1075HM Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.290.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
293 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Unique sized one level apartment on the first floor of complex de Lairesse in Amsterdam South, accessable with lift, double private storage and possibilty to park a car in the basement. Located around the corner of the Valeriusplein, the Emmaplein and Vondelpark, The Cornelis Schuyt anf Jacob Obrechstraat but also the Olympiaplein, Stadionweg and Beethoverstraat nearby. Indeed this is a very attractive location.

In 1933 the physics and chemistry laboratory was built by architect B.T. Boeyings, a member of the Amsterdamse school. This characeristic building was renovated in 1997 and partly redeveloped into an apartment complex. At the time, two apartmentrights were merged on the first floor, resulting in a spacious apartment with a floorsurface of 315mē. During the renovation details of the Amsterdamse school were brought back, a wooden floor laid over the whole and the home was divided with various rooms, a total of 4 lavatories and 2 bathrooms. Of course, this special space is suitable for diverse uses such as an office or studio at home ar as a family home.

Lay Out
Shared entrance on the de Lairessestraat, stairs and elevator to the first floor. Access to the home, spacious hall with panelling in Amsterdamse school style. The livingroom is located at the back and gives access to the balcony (W). Adjacent the semi open kitchen, fully equipped and again of spacious size. The dividing wall in between can easily be removed. Also at the rear the (guest) bedroom with access to a bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. Laundry room with space for the wash/dry combination accessable from this room and from the hall. Next to the kitchen a (study) room which is also connected to the hall, the master bedroom with access to logia and bathroom. The spacious bathroom has a bath, separate shower, toilet and double sink. The long hallway leads to the front where the second livingroom is situated, used as a study/music room and installed with tailor made cubpoard wall, seat and desk. The loggia connects this room with the master bedroom.

Details
-Listed monumentla building (only the facade)
-Leasehold bought off until 2095
-Professionally managed HOA
-One level apartment on the first floor
-Complex with elevator, wheelchair friendly building
-Rail system for hanging paintings thouhout the home
-Right to rent a car parking in the basement
-Double storageroom in the basement.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-21
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
293 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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De Lairessestraat 176 B 1075HM Amsterdam

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