An elegant, characteristic and above all, bright home. Dating back to approximately 1885 in Neo-Renaissance style (architect W. Langhout) and recently restored in a beautiful, sophisticated manner. With a sense of detail and functionality, the property was transformed into a magnificent, spacious family home.
Encompassing a total of ca. 477 sqm residential floorspace, including the shed/ garden house and 2250 cbm, spanning five expansive levels. Due to the property's tall ceilings, south-facing positioning and large windows, each room is bathed in light. At the rear is a secluded 75 sqm garden and a beautiful garden house.
The atmosphere and character is reflected in stunning paneling, solid oak flooring, original fireplace mantels, smooth wall finishes and adorned ceilings. The kitchen and bathrooms are elegant and contemporary.
The garden level: Separate access from the central hall, opening to the garden. Two bedrooms, one with a shower and sink. Furthermore, a large storage room, hall with a restroom, utility room with the central heating unit and ample closet space.
The raised ground-floor level: The stunning and elegant main floor. Grand entrance and hall. Kitchen/lounge with a dining area and a ceiling height of ca. 3.60 meters. A romantic sunroom with a Juliette balcony and steps to the garden. The hall accesses another staircase to the garden level and the first floor.
First floor: A salon spanning the full width at the front, with a bay and large windows. This room has pocket doors to an equally expansive study. Both rooms have ceilings of over 3.65 meters tall. The study has two sets of French doors to a balcony.
Second and third floors: Two spacious and well-configured levels. With large bedrooms and three bathrooms, all equally elegant. Furthermore, a walk-in closet and plenty of additional closet space. The rooms on these floors are bright and have tall ceilings.
Garden/ garden house: The garden is secluded and is surrounded by greenery. Despite its sun orientation, the garden is sunny. The garden also includes a garden house of over 10 sqm with a guest house and a bicycle shed.
Frederiksplein 12 is a spacious, bright, opulent property, a truly fantastic family home and a unique opportunity.
The building is a listed national heritage property (Rijksmonument), on freehold land on the tranquil and sunny stretch of Frederiksplein.
Situated at the heart of the city center, on Frederiksplein nearby Utrechtsestraat and Amstel river. One of the most sought-after areas in the canal belt district.
Popular Utrechtsestraat offers a wide selection of shops and eateries. The property is within minutes of Rembrandtplein and 5 minutes' cycling distance from Albert Cuyp market. In immediate proximity to Carrι, Amstelveld and Nederlandsche Bank.
Excellent location relative to connecting roads. Close to S100 and trams 4, 7, 10 and 25 stop on Frederiksplein.
Usable residential floor area ca. 477 sqm, including shed/ garden house
Volume 2250 cbm
Designed by architect W. Langhout
Listed national heritage property (Rijksmonument)
For more information about potential subsidies, please consult the website of Nationaal Monumenten Portaal, Restauratiefonds and Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed.
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 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.
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