Fabulous freehold, double upstairs apartment with 97 m² of living space, a 2-metre-deep, south-facing balcony (11 m²) and new foundations, right in the middle of the vibrant De Pijp neighbourhood!
Private entrance on the ground floor. The front door on the first floor leads into a hall with room to hang coats. Stairs to the fantastic living room on the second floor, with three windows covering the entire width and solid jatoba flooring. A sliding door leads into the dining room/open-plan kitchen, which features all the mod cons and plenty of storage space. French doors in the kitchen open onto the sunny, extra deep balcony. A large cupboard in the middle of the property houses the central heating boiler, connections for a washing machine and dryer, and more storage space. Stairs to the third floor and a separate toilet with handbasin are in the hall. This floor has two good-sized bedrooms. The bedroom at the front has its own bathroom with a washbasin, toilet and shower. A trapdoor with a ladder in the hall ceiling takes you onto the roof. A second spacious bedroom at the rear of the property also has its own bathroom with a washbasin, toilet and jacuzzi bath. The position of the apartment, with no opposite neighbours and a 40-metre garden at the rear, provides a wealth of natural light and privacy.
The property is on Govert Flinckstraat, just around the corner from the River Amstel in the Hemonykwartier quarter of the De Pijp neighbourhood. De Pijp is the liveliest (and friendliest) neighbourhood in Amsterdam, a place where young and old enjoy daily life side-by-side. It offers a huge diversity of restaurants, trendy cafés, bars and shops. There’s a supermarket within 120 metres, or on Ceintuurbaan and Van Woustraat. The River Amstel is a few paces from the apartment, so you can walk to Royal Theatre Carré, the Hermitage and the Ysbreeker. The Netherlands’ best known outdoor market, Albert Cuyp market, is close by. Marie Heinekenplein square, Frans Halsstraat and Gerard Douplein square are all within biking distance, and Utrechtsestraat with its range of quirky shops and cafés is just around the corner. But this is also a quiet neighbourhood, partly thanks to the proximity of Sarphatipark. The North/South metro line makes the location even more appealing. Public transport (tram lines 3 and 4, bus line 284 and 246, and Weesperplein metro station) is just a stone’s throw away, and it’s a five-minute drive to the A1, A2 motorways and A10 ring road. There’s plenty of parking space, with a secure car park opposite where you can rent a parking space for your car or motorbike.
- Freehold property
- 97 m² of living space (NEN 2580)
- Unique, 2-metre-deep, south-facing balcony with a glass floor, across the entire width
- New foundations (2016)
- Small-scale homeowners’ association (VvE), monthly contribution of €80
- Energy label C
- Remeha Avanta central heating boiler (2021)
- Street parking or the possibility of renting a space in the car park opposite
- Transfer subject to agreement, can be arranged quickly
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