Unique family home, designed in the 1960s by architect Greiner. Extraordinary in terms of its floor area of ca. 275 sqm but also because of the home's quintessential sixties elements and bright character.
Entrance via the front garden. Front door followed by a spacious foyer with a coat area. Restroom and hall. The hall's most prominent feature is the steel stairwell with a partial 'floating' effect
Living room spanning the full length of the house with French doors at the front and back opening to the garden. Extremely bright space with a central feature fireplace. The kitchen/lounge is at the rear, adjacent to the dining room, also accessing the garden.
The garden is deep and sunny. Convenient back gate and a garden house.
First floor with 4 good-sized bedrooms and a bathroom. Characteristic of the property is that the doors appear to be floor-to-ceiling. This level also features large windows and is extremely bright. At the rear a view of the lush block adjacent to Messchaertstraat.
The second floor features 2 beautiful and spacious bedrooms, with a central bathroom. At the front (with a view of Beatrixpark) is a terrace spanning the full width of the property. This level also accommodates two smaller rooms.
Stairs lead to the top floor, which currently consists of a single open space. Ideal for storage or for conversion into 2 bedrooms.
The property also includes a basement which is easily accessible by a staircase and features standing height ceilings.
The front and rear gardens exude a sense of tranquility. The rear garden faces north, but due to the dimensions of the garden it enjoys sun exposure nearly throughout the entire day.
Architect Greiner's design has taken the appearance of the street as a whole into account. All 4 newly built homes match the existing row of 1930s homes. However, his designs implemented larger windows, and as a result are much brighter. This home also still features the beautiful original door fixtures, typical floor finishes and kitchen, in addition to the stunning staircase.
In a lovely location across from Beatrixpark, close to Beethovenstraat and nearby a range of schools in Zuid borough.
Sunny south-facing front facade and a lush garden at the rear, with leafy surroundings and an expansive interior block with gardens.
The property features excellent accessibility, relative to both the A10 beltway and Zuid and De Pijp boroughs as well as Scheldestraat.
Station RAI and WTC are within walking/cycling distance, as is the NoordZuid metro.
- Usable residential floor area approximately 275 sqm
- Front garden approximately 37 mē and back garden approximately 137 mē
- Situated on ground lease land, GT&C 2000, current lease period until 31-03-2059, annual lease 6,027, Lease will be amended in 2034.
- As of October 1, 2017, the municipality of Amsterdam offers leaseholders the option of settling the annual ground lease payment for eternity by means of a single lump sum payment. Our office can provide more information and an indication of the costs associated with eternal settlement of the lease for this property based on the municipality's most recent policy.
- The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.
- This information was drafted with the utmost care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission or inaccuracy, etcetera nor any consequences related thereto. All measurements and sizes are indicative only.
The purchase agreement will include the following clauses;
- non-owner-occupied clause
- asbestos clause
- property age clause
These clauses will be included because the sellers have not lived in the house themselves in recent years.
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