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Egelantiersstraat 141 huis 1015RA Amsterdam

Year of construction
2020
Floor space
184 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Exceptionally welcoming and bright 184 sqm apartment in a former school building. The apartment was renovated to a high, luxury standard and features a quirky yet practical layout. The living area is comprised of an inviting family kitchen and a living room with a 5-meter tall ceiling. The property showcases unique, studio-like features including numerous windows with abundant daylight entry, soaring ceilings, and a patio garden with ample sunlight exposure.

The property includes three bedrooms, two bathrooms, custom fitted wardrobes and an extra playroom/study/home office.

The apartment is at the end of Egelantiersstraat, close to Lijnbaansgracht, Lauriergracht and bustling Tuindwarstraat side streets. Jordaan quarter is widely known for its traditional pubs, culinary restaurants and the lovely markets on Noordermarkt, Lindengracht and Westerstraat.

In short: an urban home in a remarkable building and apartment, within walking distance of a full range of amenities.

The building's central entrance leads to the apartment on the ground floor. The hall features the coat area, a separate restroom and ample storage space. Double doors open to the generous family kitchen which is fitted with a range of appliances.

The living room is characterized by the tall windows of the former classroom. The space features a cozy wood burning fireplace and French doors at the rear open to the city garden.

Next is a large room. This space is ideal as a study, playroom, or home gym.

The large closet under the stairs includes the fittings for the laundry station.

First floor:
The beautifully designed stairs with a railing leads to the home's bedroom area.

There are two (children's) bedrooms and a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom with a bathtub, toilet, double vanity and a walk-in shower.

The second bathroom is equipped with a shower, vanity and a toilet.

Specifications:
• Listed national heritage building (Rijksmonument)
• Freehold property
• Patio garden approximately 15 sqm
• Two bathrooms
• Three bedrooms
• Active and professional HOA
• Service charges of € 225 per month

Area:
The apartment is in a quiet location in Jordaan Quarter. An area with squares, small side streets and side canals, including stunning Bloemgracht and Egelantiersgracht.

Within walking distance of Noordermarkt, Westermarkt and the Anne Frank House. Mere minutes' walking distance to 9 Straatjes, home to numerous popular cafes, restaurants, boutiques and museums.

Excellent connectivity by public transportation. Central Station and Spui are within walking distance. Trams 13, 14 and 17 and several bus lines stop on Westermarkt.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-7-24
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2020

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
184 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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MVA neighbourhood information: Jordaan

The Jordaan is one of the most well-known neighbourhoods in Amsterdam. It is an amazing area to live, go out and have some fun. The Jordaan’s best features are created by their history, the residents and its urban character. Within the Jordaan you can find several small streets with beautifully restored buildings, there are plazas and public gardens, but also canals and streets where you can find marketplaces and small shops. These attractive features of the Jordaan can mostly be found on the North side of this neighbourhood, the southern part is in comparison to the North more described as residential area.

Egelantiersstraat 141 huis 1015RA Amsterdam

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