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De Lairessestraat 56 III 1071PD Amsterdam

Year of construction
1913
Floor space
157 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Beautiful, exceptionally spacious top-level home with ideal layout and high ceilings, approx. 157 sqm living area divided over two levels with four bedrooms and a large and sunny rooftop terrace situated along the stately De Lairessestraat in Amsterdam Zuid.

Layout
Communal stairwell to the entrance on the third level. Spacious hall with toilet and sink and French doors leading to the expansive designer kitchen. Modern Italian kitchen featuring Gaggenau built-in appliances, including exclusive coffee machine, and a stately island in the centre. The half-open kitchen borders the spacious sitting room with charming fireplace with original mantle. Pleasant balconies situated at the front and rear. Large bedroom/study/playroom along the back.
Access via private stairwell to the upper level with three good-sized bedrooms including built-in wardrobes and desks. Bathroom features walk-in shower, bathtub and double washbasin. Second separate toilet on the landing. Access via the landing to a sunny west-facing private rooftop terrace of approx. 25 sqm.

Many original features found within the property, such as the elegant stairwell and ornamental ceilings. The apartment features high ceilings, large windows and is equipped with beautiful oak parquet floors.

Location and accessibility
In 1912, the De Lairessestraat in Amsterdam-Zuid was named in honour of the 17th-century painter Gerard de Lairesse (1641-1711), who worked from Luik in Amsterdam in 1667. The street stretches from the Concertgebouwplein to the Valeriusplein. This beautiful home is situated in the Museum Quarter with excellent restaurants and shops around the corner, such as along Cornelis Schuytstraat and Beethovenstraat. Within walking distance of Vondelpark.

Excellent location with access to the A-10 motorway, Station Zuid/ WTC as well as the connection with Schiphol.

Particulars
- Elegant top-level home situated along the stately De Lairessestraat;
- Classic, well-maintained property;
- Surface area of approx. 157 sqm;
- Spacious private rooftop terrace of approx 25 sqm;
- Owners’ Association with three members under private management, monthly contribution € 143.25 per month;
- Leasehold cannon is € 475.70 per year until 31 January 2038, application for perpetual leasehold was submitted in 2019;
- Delivery up on mutual agreement.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-25
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1913

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
157 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

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De Lairessestraat 56 III 1071PD Amsterdam

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