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Gerrit van der Veenstraat 151 H 1077DZ Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
217 m²
Number of rooms


A truly contemporary design envisioned in a Grand way.

Amazingly renovated and state-of-the-art ground floor apartment of approx. 217 m2 with a south facing garden, in the most sought after street of the Beethoven neighbourhood in Amsterdam South!

A house suitable for those who appreciate extreme luxury. In the total renovation, only the best materials and brands have been used. No expenses have been spared. The design of The Grand Interior is completely focused on special sightlines, everything is connected in one line. Warm tones and fine textures can be found throughout the apartment.

You enter through your own entrance directly from the street. The hallway is characterized by the original marble paneling on the walls and the large steel pivot door. Upon entering the hall a special vibe is immediately set by the louvers at the stairs. Also the famous sightlines are immediately clear here. From the hall you look, through the gas fireplace, directly to the extension and garden. Large closets also provide space for storing your coats and shoes. Through double doors you have access to the spectacular living room which stretches from front to back of the property. Literally the centerpiece of the house is the huge kitchen with bar area. The worktop has a total length of 5 meters and is made of very rare Italian marble called Calacatta oro. Nice details are the smoked glass behind the sink and the way the marble continues in the sink area. The kitchen is equipped with appliances from top brands such as Gaggenau and Miele. You will find, among other things, a large wine climate cabinet, large oven, combination microwave, large size refrigerator and large size freezer, Quooker and a hob with both gas burners, an induction section and a teppanyaki plate. The lighting at the top of cabinets creates a floating effect. The built-in cupboards also offer an enormous amount of storage space.
Eating is not only done at the bar area, but in the newly realized extension there is room for a huge dining table. Here you can easily accommodate 10 people or more. The extension has a large skylight and the sliding harmonica doors ensure that inside and outside become one. The garden is south facing and thus enjoys a lot of sunshine. The green surroundings and large amount of privacy make this truly a quiet oasis in the middle of the city. Especially in the evening you can create a very romantic atmosphere through the exterior lighting,. In the extension a luxury pantry has been created where, among other things, an ice maker can be connected.
The seating area is spacious and at the front of the house. Here you have the opportunity to place a very large sofa. Also here are again fitted closets. These are also covered with nubuck leather and there is a bio ethanol fireplace which contributes to the very peaceful atmosphere.

The staircase leads to the landing of the 1st floor. Because of the doors that reach up to the ceiling you get the feeling that you are in the corridor of a hotel. The spacious master bedroom is located at the rear of the house and has a private balcony of approximately 5m2 which is accessible through double doors. Also in the bedrooms is plenty of closet space. Special feature in this bedroom is the sink which is integrated into the closet. The 2nd bedroom is on the front of the house and also has access to a balcony through double doors. The other 2 bedrooms could perfectly be used as a home office or a walk-in closet. The master bathroom has a large freestanding bath, double shower and a very special washbasin entirely made of marble. The 2nd bathroom has a walk-in shower and sink. In the hall is a separate toilet with so-called Italian stucco, handmade decorative stucco in copper color.

In the basement of the house is a wellness to relax. So you not only have a large freestanding bath, but there is also a sauna and a shower with color therapy. Everything is coordinated, from the special Italian stucco to the 3D mosaic walls. Also here is the 5th bedroom. This space can easily be used for other purposes. Think of fitness, children's playroom or residence for your au pair.

The Gerrit van der Veenstraat is conveniently located for various public transport, tram and bus connections (Station Zuid/WTC) and the A10 ring road which can be reached within minutes. A number of well-known luxury shopping streets such as Cornelis Schuytstraat, Van Baerlestraat and PC Hooftstraat are within walking distance, as is the Vondelpark. Furthermore, located near the Museumplein, so within walking distance of the cultural sites in Amsterdam as: the Concertgebouw, the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijks- and Stedelijk Museum. There are also several primary and secondary schools (International School, British School, Barlaeus, Montessori) located in the vicinity. There is a lot of green around the Gerrit van der Veenstraat. In short: an ideal and child friendly environment.

In this part of the Beethoven neighbourhood you can get 2 parking permits and there is no waiting list. It is also possible to rent an additional parking space for your 3rd car in the secure and covered garage across the street.

Ground lease
The house is situated on leasehold land. The annual payment is € 2.211,49 and the period runs until December 31, 2051. The general provisions of 1994 are applicable and the application for perpetual lease is made under favorable conditions.

When design and class are combined...

Living area approx. 217 m2
Spacious city garden facing south
3-storey ground floor apartment
5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
Very high quality finishing
Entirely equipped with fitted wardrobes
Balanced lighting plan
Underfloor heating
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Apartment on two lower floors
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Year of construction

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Floor space
217 m²


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