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Frans van Mierisstraat 27 III 1071RJ Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.450.000 

Year of construction
1910
Floor space
153 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

This fantastic apartment was ingeniously renovated in 2018 to high specifications. The double upper corner apartment of 153 mē has an abundance of natural light, three bedrooms, a shared roof terrace, and a beautifully designed kitchen. A fourth bedroom can be easily realized on the living floor. The apartment is located on privately owned land in the most popular part of Old South, the Museum Quarter.

LAYOUT
Well maintained and recently renovated communal entry area and apartment entrance on the third floor.

Entry to this beautiful apartment with a wardrobe and storage cupboard. The very spacious living room with a gas-lit fireplace has a vast amount of natural light due to the corner location. Adjacent to the dining area, you will find an eye-catching SieMatic kitchen, equipped throughout with Gaggenau professional appliances. The kitchen has two induction hobs, a teppanyaki plate, two built-in edge extractor fans, dishwasher, 90 cm wide oven, vacuum sealer, plate warmer, combi steamer/oven with sous vide functions, and plenty of storage space. Through two large double doors, you have access to a lovely eastward-facing balcony. The presence of three balconies in the dining and living areas provides natural lighting and extra ventilation. Behind the kitchen, there is a scullery with plenty of storage cupboards, connections for a washer and dryer and a separate guest toilet. The apartment boasts fully built-in and recessed ceiling air conditioning throughout (all rooms), which is hardly visible. At the rear, there is currently a music room with a French balcony. By placing a door, this room can be used as a fourth bedroom or study and is ready for conversion with existing built-in wardrobes.

On the fourth floor, there are three spacious bedrooms, of which the middle one is currently used as an office. The master bedroom is located at the rear of the apartment and has beautiful built-in closets and a French balcony. The luxurious bathroom comes with a double sink and mirrored cabinets, free standing bathtub, towel radiator, walk-in rain shower with hand shower. Everywhere are convenient niches, and there is even a laundry basket/shute, which connects the bathroom to the laundry room on the third floor. Next to the bathroom is a separate toilet with fountain.

On the fifth floor you will find the sunny communal roof terrace with stunning views over the city! The terrace is currently only used by the current residents.

LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY
The property is located in the highly sought after district of Old South, in the Museum Quarter in a quiet, green and child friendly street. This neighborhood is characterized as friendly and calm. The famous Rijksmuseum is within walking distance, as well as the Vondelpark and exclusive shopping streets P.C. Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat, Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. The green Museumplein presents a variety of museums and the Royal Concert Hall. The neighborhood itself is richly endowed with terraces and restaurants. All facilities, such as well regarded schools, public transport (various street, car and bus connections), nurseries and gyms are within walking distance of this fine house.

PARKING
On the public road there is paid parking possible (from 09.00 to 00.00), as well as permit parking. According to the Amsterdam municipality website, there is currently a waiting list of 4 months for a parking permit (Zuid 8.1).

SPECIFICATIONS
- Double upper house of 153 mē (NEN2580 measured)
- Very luxurious finishings
- Daikin air conditioning throughout the apartment
- Orbit OptiLED dimmable recessed lighting installed throughout
- SieMatic kitchen with Gaggenau 400 Series appliances and Quooker boiling/sparkling water system
- Professional wifi network supports all home automation (electric curtains, LED mood lighting, Nest Protect, underfloor heating)
- Water softening installation and induction water pressure pump
- Underfloor heating in toilets and bathroom
- Communal roof terrace
- Well-functioning VvE (5 members), professionally managed, very high reserve fund, contribution: €303, - per month
- Three bedrooms (with a fourth easily added)
- Located on privately owned land
- Sale after consultation
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-9-27
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
1910

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
153 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Frans van Mierisstraat 27 III 1071RJ Amsterdam

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