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Frans van Mierisstraat 38 III/IV 1071RT Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
136 m²
Number of rooms



The entrance to this spacious third and fourth-floor apartment is located on the second floor. The apartment was tastefully renovated in 2014 and has a modern but warm feel. Its features include a beautiful herringbone parquet floor with a Wengé border on the main floor, a luxury open-plan kitchen and bathroom, a very bright living area with high ceilings, big windows and plenty of natural light, large bedrooms and three outdoor spaces that enable you to enjoy the sun throughout the day. The apartment’s attractive layout and excellent location make it a prime property in a prime location!

The owners’ association is called “Frans van Mierisstraat 38” and has three members. The service charges are € 264,30 per month and accounts are kept by the owners’ association itself. Due to the healthy financial situation, the service costs have been reduced to € 132 per month until the end of 2020. In 2016, the property's exterior was repainted entirety. The administration is professionally conducted by VvE NL in Amsterdam. The owners association meets on an annual basis and the VvE has a cash reserve over € 17,000.

The entrance to the apartment on the second floor is accessed via the communal entrance. Exceptionally-wide stairs in the hall lead to the third floor: the main floor of this upstairs apartment.

Third floor:
The landing benefits from a double, ceiling-high, built-in cupboard and gives access to the bedroom floor above and the beautiful, open-plan living space on this floor. The living space has a seating area at the back and a spacious kitchen/diner at the front. Both areas have big windows, which flood them with natural light. French doors to the back of the apartment open out onto a large north-west facing balcony.

The large kitchen/diner to the front of the apartment features an original fireplace and beautiful cut-glass French doors that open out onto a cosy south-east facing balcony. This balcony is big enough to accommodate a small bistro set and looks out over the Frans van Mierisstraat.

The luxury open-plan kitchen is U-shaped and comes complete with a breakfast-bar area on the room side. The kitchen has dark natural-stone worktops, high-gloss white units and drawers with stylish stainless-steel handles and high-quality built-in appliances. A beautiful herringbone parquet floor with a Wengé border has been laid in most of the rooms on this floor. The kitchen has an anthracite tile floor.

To the back of the apartment, an open hall gives access to a separate toilet and a good-sized study/extra bedroom that comes complete with a custom-made desk.

There are two ceiling-high built-in cupboards on the landing. The first doubles up as a coat closet and storage space and also houses the apartment’s meter cupboard; the second contains washing-machine connections and the apartment’s central heating system. The wide stairs on this floor lead to the bedrooms on the floor above.

Fourth floor:
The landing gives access to the master bedroom at the back of the apartment and the bathroom next to it. An extra entrance leads to the front of the apartment. An interesting feature on this floor is the large skylight, which lets extra light into the stairwell.

The master bedroom is large and has French doors that open out onto a north-west facing balcony that spans the entire width of the apartment.

The bright, luxury bathroom has been decorated in a calm colour scheme and has underfloor heating and a large window. The bathroom features a bath/shower combination and a wide alcove and storage space, a beautiful wooden vanity unit with a wide washbasin and two taps, an illuminated mirror and a towel rail.

The spacious hall gives access to the apartment's separate toilet, the second master bedroom and the (children’s) room next to it. The master bedroom still has its original dormer window.

It would be possible to create a large, extra bedroom at the front of the apartment on this floor by reducing the size of the hall and moving the toilet. It would also be possible to create a second bathroom here; see the alternative floor plans for more information.

The property is located in the highly-desirable museum quarter in the Oud-Zuid urban district. The area is pleasant, green, child-friendly and quiet. The famous Vondelpark is within walking distance, as are a number of exclusive shopping streets: the P.C. Hooftstraat, the Van Baerlestraat, the Beethovenstraat and the Cornelis Schuytstraat. The leafy Museumplein boasts a variety of museums and the Koninklijke Concertgebouw. The area also has an abundance of welcoming terraces and restaurants. A wide range of amenities are all just a short walk away too, including a number of highly respected schools, public transport (various tram and bus links), nurseries and fitness clubs.

- A spacious, bright and tastefully renovated two-floor upstairs apartment of 136 m²
- Roof terrace permitted under deed of division; municipal planning permission still to be requested
- Four bedrooms and three balconies
- A large, open-plan living space with plenty of natural light
- A luxurious and modern kitchen and bathroom
- A beautiful (insulated) herringbone parquet floor with a Wengé border on the third floor
- Possibility to increase the size of one of the bedrooms
- The Museumplein, Vondelpark and the bustling De Pijp area are all within walking distance
- A well-organised owners’ association with three members and substantial reserves of € 17.000,-
- Freehold property
- Transfer date in consultation
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136 m²


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