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De Lairessestraat 17 A 1071NR Amsterdam

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
110 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

De Lairessestraat 17-A, 1071NR Amsterdam

Luxury and location come together in this spacious property (approximately 110 m2) with sunny terrace, which has been renovated to a high standard. The property is located in a grand, stylish building in one of the most beautiful streets in Oud-Zuid. Special luxury elements include climate control, build-in closets 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 recently redesigned 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:
Beautiful and stately entrance and the communal stairwell. You may also choose to take the lift that opens into the residence.

First floor:
Entrance to the residence on the first floor. Hall with wardrobe unit and separate toilet with wash basin. Spacious kitchen-cum-living room with central island boasting a dark marble worktop and a brass look. The kitchen is fitted with every conceivable built-in appliance (by Bosch), such as a dishwasher, an oven, a fridge, and an induction hob with exhaust system. A Quooker and an air-conditioned cabinet are currently part of this luxury kitchen. The kitchen also includes an attractive gas-fired fireplace. The entire residence is fitted with double glazing, a mechanical ventilation system, and all the required electricity connections for a Sonos sounds system.
Through the French doors you reach the delightful and sunny terrace. Here, you will find a peaceful view of the well-maintained and green courtyard. The two bedrooms are situated at the front. The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom has high-quality built-in cupboards with lighting and a suede finish as well as original leaded windows with double glazing. The luxury bathroom is done in faux marble and has a design radiator, a double wash basin, a toilet, and a walk-in rainfall shower. The second bedroom overlooks the De Lairessestraat and has original leaded windows with double glazing. This bedroom also has a luxury en-suite bathroom. The hall has a utility room with all the necessary connections for a washing machine. The meter cupboard and technical area can be found here, too. A suspended ceiling is fitted throughout the residence, as well as a wooden floor.

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 of 110.30m² (NEN2580-measured)
- Annual ground rent residence amounts to €3.621,77 per 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 terrace
- Climate control
- New foundation
- New window frames with double glazing
- Renovated to a high standard in 2020
- State of the art systems
- Underfloor heating
- Energy-efficient Hydrolution air-source heat pump
- Lift
- High-quality built-in spots
- Hand-made kitchen with brass look
- Faux marble finish
- Leaded windows
- Built-in cupboards
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-20
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
110 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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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 aren´t 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 17 A 1071NR Amsterdam

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