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Geschutswerf 25 1018AW Amsterdam

Year of construction
1840
Floor space
172 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Unique loft of 172m2 located near the water with views over Artis, lift, storage room and indoor parking.
Located on the second floor of "October" within the historical complex ‘De Kalenderpanden’, in a car-free area within the center of Amsterdam.

Waking up to the sound of gibbons and elephants. Take a fresh dip in the water right at your doorstep, or sail your own boat through the city's canals. It’s all possible.
The property is a rare find and not often on the market, there are only a few apartments in this building with this generous 6.5m width.

‘De Kalenderpanden’ were built in 1840 and have the status of national monument. After a tumultuous period between squatters and the municipality, the warehouses has been developed into apartments which have been sold.

Format:
Main entrance via the Geschutswerf, beautiful landscaped courtyard, entrance stairwell with elevator to the second floor, private entrance to the house.

This spacious ground floor apartment offers a spacious living room with open kitchen, french doors on the south side, with un fairly overlooking the nature of Artis (the Savannah landscape of the African Springbok).
Along the entire length of this loft (30 meters) the old steel pillars are preserved, these form a beautiful column from the bedroom to the living room and provide a special character.

The large open kitchen (Siematic) was recently renovated and equipped with new kitchen appliances. By applying a steel back wall and black steel racks, the kitchen has a modern industrial feel.
The large living room has a clear view of Artis, with a French balcony on the South side. In the summer with open doors, the sun on the front and the sound of the elephants in the background this will leave you feeling on safari.

Central to the house is the entrance, guest toilet and bathroom, which features a semi-detached design bathtub, double sink, shower stall, design radiator and a second toilet.
There is also a large storage room with built-in cabinet, washing machine connections, the central ventilation system, and the boiler (newly installed in 2018) including hot water amplifier for the kitchen. The house is also equipped with a large number of white built-in cabinets for additional storage.
At the rear of the apartment is a spacious bedroom of 37m2 with a closet room inside. Two large glass fronts border the green courtyard, and because there are no neighbours, you have complete privacy here. The bedroom can be separated from the rest of the house via a (hidden) sliding door. With a partition, it is easy to create an extra bedroom.

The adjoining courtyard garden is beautifully landscaped under architecture and equipped with permanent outdoor benches and planters in Cortenstaal. Within the VvE a number of members are actively working on the garden.

The entire house features an oak herringbone parquet floor and a ceiling with monumental wooden beams. Underneath the building there is a private storage room and there is its own spacious parking lot (offered separately for € 85.000 k.k.).

Features:
- National monument
- Leasehold canon bought off until 2050!
- Active and professionally managed VvE
- Parking space, offered separately for € 85.000 k.k.
- Recently, major maintenance has been carried out in accordance with the MJOP
- Quiet waterfront location opposite Artis, on a car-friendly street
- The property is in excellent condition, so move and enjoy!

Location/environment:
Nearby are several museums (e.g. Maritime Museum, Nemo and the Hermitage), the Stopera, parks and a variety of nice restaurants and cafés.
The Plantagebuurt, Artis, Hortus and Wertheimpark are in the immediate surrounding. Within walking distance are necessary shops and supermarkets, the Dappermarkt and the OLVG hospital. You can reach the Piet Heintunnel and the A10 ring road by car via the Hoogte Kadijk and the Czaar Peterstraat. Public transport is just around the corner, Waterlooplein, Central Station and the city centre it's all within cycling distance.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-1
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1840

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
172 m²
Volume
525 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
Number of bedrooms
1
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