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Grote Bickersstraat 100 1013KS Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.895.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
248 m²
Number of rooms


A unique object! It is a very luxurious penthouse of approx. 250 m with a passenger lift in the 'Bickershoek' apartment complex, built in 2002, designed by HM Architects. The house is located on the top floor of the complex which is located at the head of the Bickerseiland, between the water of the Westerdok and the Realengracht, with truly stunning views over the Westerdok, the harbor 'Marina Westerdok', the Jordaan and the IJ.

The complex
Bickershoek is a project of 8 apartments, designed by HM Architects. The building is made up of solid and closed volumes, which are completely open on the waterfront. All other facades are made entirely of wood and have blinds / shutters that can be opened horizontally or vertically. Wood has been chosen because it fits the environment which has a long history in shipbuilding. In addition, the wood is tight but not too heavy and in terms of color it corresponds well with the typical red roof tiles of the roofs in the area.

The Grote Bickersstraat is located on the Bickerseiland, which together with the Prinseneiland and the Realeneiland, form the 'Western Islands'. These islands, in the center of Amsterdam, form a unique small world in itself, traditionally characterized by warehouses and shipyards. Although located in the heart of Amsterdam, the Bickers Island is remarkably quiet; a cozy, historic, almost village neighborhood in the bustling city center.
The Grote Bickersstraat is within walking distance of the Jordaan, the Westerpark and perhaps the nicest shopping street of the city: the Haarlemmerdijk. In addition, you will find plenty of entertainment and recreational opportunities in the vicinity, including The Movies, the oldest cinema in Amsterdam. At the adjoining Marina Westerdok you can possibly store a boat.

The apartment is easily accessible by public transport. On the Westerdoksdijk and at the beginning of the Grote Bickersstraat, between Tussen de Bogen, there are stops for various bus lines. Amsterdam Central Station is a 5-minute walk away where you will find stops for tram, bus and metro connections to all parts of the city. Via the S103 and S102 via the newly constructed Spaarndammer tunnel you can reach the A10 and A5 motorways within 15 minutes by car.

As part of the Third Explanation (1610-15), the western islands, Vooreiland, Middeneiland and Achtereiland were constructed. In 1631, Jan Bicker bought the Foreland of the city and laid a shipyard yard there. The Vooreiland, for example, comes to its current name Bickerseiland. Also the other two islands got a new name over the years: Back Island became the "Realeneiland" and Middeneiland became the Prinseneiland. The new islands were in principle intended for storage, industry and shipping companies, but from the beginning of the 18th century, more and more houses appeared, especially on the Bickerseiland. Since the construction of the railway embankment between Westerdok and Westerpoort (1878) for the railway line Den Helder - Amsterdam, the Bickers island is officially no longer an island.

- Unique penthouse;
- approx. 248 m divided over one single floor;
- Brilliant location on the Westerdok;
- Complex with elevator;
- Two covered balconies on the east with a view over the water;
- Fully equipped with windows;
- Well-kept apartment;
- Many indoor storage space as well as an external storage of approx. 9 m;
- It is permitted in the division deed to construct a roof terrace;
- Annual lease payments surrendered to 1 November 2051.

ground floor: Communal entrance with mailboxes and doorbells. Lift to the 4th and top floor.

Entrance, spacious reception hall from which you have access to all rooms in the apartment. Through one of the beautiful frosted glass doors you enter the spacious, almost 15 meters long living room with open kitchen.
The luxury kitchen is equipped with 2 cooking islands with black composite worktop and has all necessary (built-in) equipment: including Boretti 6-burner gas stove with double oven, integrated hood, Siemens dishwasher, Franke sink with Quooker and free standing American fridge and wine fridge, both from Smeg.
The very spacious living room is almost entirely equipped with windows. Because of the larchwood covering on the outer wall, where the wooden parts are placed slightly apart, beautiful natural light shines inwards. The sitting area has a built-in gas fire and television.
From the living room you walk to the adjoining (work) room. Both the living room and the side room have large covered balconies of resp. 12 and 14 m which are accessible through sliding glass walls. From the balconies you have truly magnificent views over the water of the Westerdok and the city. In addition, the balconies can be closed via glass panels so that, as it were, a loggia can be created. Both the living room and the side room are equipped with beautiful bamboo floors and various tailor-made handle-less built-in cupboards in high gloss white.
On the south side of the house are two spacious bedrooms with their own bathroom. The master bedroom has an open bathroom with freestanding designer bath, double sinks and toilet. This bedroom has a very large walk-in closet with the boiler room behind it. The second bedroom has a built-in closet / room divider and a private bathroom with shower and sink.

In the hall you will find a wardrobe, a guest toilet with fountain and a storage room with preparation for washing machine and dryer.

The apartment also has a separate storage room of approx. 9 m in the basement. Finally, it is permitted in the division deed to construct a roof terrace. Of course you need to obtain the necessary permission and permits from the relevant authorities. The seller has not examined this possibility publicly.

The apartment is equipped with the following things, among others:
- High-tech security;
- Honeywell chronotherm modulation;
- Frames fitted with HR ++ glass;
- Luxury kitchen;
- Sprinkler system;
- Video intercom;
- 2 x Remeha Quinta Pro 45 boiler with boiler;
- Floor lighting;
- Recessed spots;
- Gas fireplace.

Living space approximately 248 m excluding balconies of approximately 12 and 14 m. Exact measured in accordance with NEN2580 (request a measurement report from our office).

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Description of registered property
The apartment right, entitled to the exclusive use of the house with two balconies, located on the fourth floor with storage at basement level, known locally as Grote Bickersstraat 100 in 1013 KS Amsterdam, cadastral municipality of Amsterdam, section M number 6925 A-10, constituting the 2,822 / 13,864th share in the community.

Land ownership situation
This concerns the permanent right of leasehold, which has been bought up to 1 February 2051. The "General Provisions for Continuous Ground Lease 1994 apply".

Owners Association
"VvE apartment complex Bickershoek (Grote Bickersstraat 86-100) in Amsterdam". This apartment right (A-10) has 2,822 / 13,864th share in the community and idem votes in the meeting. The service costs currently amount to 584.51 per month and consist of, among other things: insurance, daily maintenance, service costs, management costs, costs for the lift and additions. A House Rules applies.

Subscriptions and Environment
There are no known announcements on the object. This in accordance with the telephone and written information of the relevant authorities.

The apartment complex was newly built in 2002.

Paid parking on public roads and through licensing system, license zone Center 2. For this there is currently a waiting time of approximately 1 month. It is possible to request an overflow permit. For more information see: the website of the municipality of Amsterdam. In the adjacent building there is an underground car park of ParkBee.

Preference is given to a notary office in Amsterdam.

Sale is subject to contract owner / seller.

After an appointment with our office by telephone.
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Floor space
248 m²


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