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Hagedoornplein 24 1031BV Amsterdam

Asking price € 849.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
111 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Very special, beautifully renovated. 5-room apartment in a former convent school in Amsterdam North!

You rarely see an apartment like this !. Former classrooms in the Sint-Rosaschool in Amsterdam Noord have been renovated with great eye for detail and a sense of design by renowned architects Hoope & Plevier (hoopeplevier.nl/en/project/rosa-monastery-loft-gdl/) to this fantastic, bright and 5-room apartment of approx. 111 m2 GBO with a nice communal GARDEN of approx. 250 m2 on the southwest that is almost private !!

The ground area is much larger (163 gross floor area). The sloping roofs create a feeling of space and clever use has been made of the space under these roofs.

Unique object in a monumental building, less than 5 minutes by bike from the ferry!

The apartment was completely renovated in 2018/2019, with the original elements such as the wooden frames now with double glazing, robust doors and doorposts, original door handles, the tiling in the corridors and the entrance. New elements are of high quality and selected for durability.

The high ceilings of more than 3.5 m give a wonderful feeling of space

The building stands on its own land, has a large, communal courtyard of approximately 250 m2 on the southwest and is less than 5 minutes by bike from the ferry to the Central Station. In the summer, cozy barbecues and drinks are held in the courtyard and children can play and run around freely, but the garden also has quiet, intimate spots. This, together with the (possibility of) 4 bedrooms, makes the house (also) very suitable for families.

The house is so special that it has appeared in a number of magazines (including Eigen Huis & Interieur) and has even been used for a TV program (Binnenste Buiten)!

THE SAINT ROSA MONASTERY:
The former Sint-Rosaschool is part of the beautiful Sint-Rosa Monastery complex. Between 1926 and 1927, the complex, consisting of a church with rectory, a large sister monastery with chapel, five schools and a few houses, was built under the architecture of Alexander Kropholler. Given its size, it was popularly called "the Second Vatican" in Amsterdam. The monastery school was completely renovated in 1998 and converted into nine apartments. Many of the original details have been preserved, such as the corridors and the beautiful central entrance. The building is a Rijksmoment.

LAYOUT:
Entrance through the original wooden entrance door of the former school. Via the beautiful original stairs and the impressive hallway you reach the house on the second floor.

You enter a spacious hall with a closed and very cleverly built storage room, there is plenty of storage space and also the connection for the washing machine and dryer. The natural stone floor gives a characteristic but modern feeling.
Next to the entrance is the toilet (floating) with a fountain by Clou. At the front of the house is the spacious and very bright living room with open kitchen.
The living room is closed from the hall by means of a metal glass partition (kid-proof glass). The kitchen was designed by the architect and custom made and is equipped with a 4-burner induction hob, combi oven, dishwasher, extractor hood, fridge and Quooker. All equipment is from Miele. Very special is the counter top and the back wall of the kitchen. This beautiful Fior di Bosco marble has been selected by the residents themselves!
From the living room / kitchen you have a beautiful and spacious view over Amsterdam Noord and even the tower of the Westerkerk is visible!
High-quality slats from the Dotshop ensure a beautiful finish to the whole.
Behind the kitchen, the hard stone staircase to the upper floor (s) is very cleverly located. The staircase has a built-in handrail with LED lighting. On this floor are the 2 children's bedrooms, with sloping walls, and one of the two rooms has a very high ceiling. In addition to the children's bedrooms, you will also find the beautiful bathroom with underfloor heating, walk-in shower with rain shower and separate hand shower, double sink and as a showpiece the freestanding bath. The marble on the floor and on the wall is Calcutta marble. Next to the bathroom the separate toilet with hand basin.
The room that is now used as a closet room is very cleverly arranged. Here too, a window and ingeniously designed and custom-made cabinets. This room could also serve very well as a fourth bedroom or as an office.
The master bedroom is one floor higher. Below the ridge is this open, loft-like bedroom with a Velux skylight in the sloping roof.
There is hardwood parquet throughout the house. The stairs to the third floor are also made of hardwood.
During the renovation, all pipes were replaced and the entire house was insulated again and extra (ceilings).


LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY
The apartment is 5 minutes by bike from the ferry behind Central Station. Stop (Noorderpark) of the North-South line is around the corner. Living in Amsterdam Noord is living near the city center without the crowds. The neighborhood around Hagedoornplein is developing very positively at breakneck speed. On the renovated van der Pekplein are Café Modern, restaurant Il Pecorino, bakery Dolzon, Juf Bloem and Fromagerie Kef. There are also lively markets on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays such as the Farmers and Bio markets. The Mosveld shopping center, including an AH, Deen and Bakkerszonen, is around the corner. Landmarkt (Schellingwouderdijk) and the Jumbo Foodmarkt (Hamerstraat) are also worth a visit! The Tolhuistuin, the Ceuvel as well as the Eye and the ADAM tower are a 4-minute bike ride away. You can cycle to the NDSM site with Pllek and Noorderlicht within 10 minutes. Just behind the Rosa Monastery is the Noorderpark, where live music can be enjoyed in the summer. By bike you are very quickly in the rural part of Noord. the Twiske, Waterland and Landsmeer are in the vicinity. In short, you have the best of both worlds here; peace, greenery, cosiness and close to the center!

VvE
Healthy and active, very involved, VvE; Service costs approx. € 200 per month; There are several committees of residents, including the building committee, the garden committee, the party committee and soon probably the sustainability committee

PARTICULARITIES
Located on private land, so no leasehold!

National monument

Former school building

High ceilings

Communal courtyard of approx. 250m2

Plenty of storage space in the apartment and a separate storage room

North-South line within walking distance

Healthy and Active VVE with professional manager, service costs € 200 per month

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-2-24
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Maisonette
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
111 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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