This house breathes a nostalgic atmosphere both inside and out. Many accents from the time of construction (1951) have been preserved, such as the original kitchen and the panel doors. But, for example, the insulation of the house has been adapted to the requirements of our time. This is a very special house (maisonette) on the first and second floor with a bright living room with mantlepiece, a dining room and three bedrooms. Both front and back you have a sliding door to a balcony with a view over the green surroundings.
About the neighbourhood:
This attractive, sunny maisonette is situated on a quiet road in the Randwijck-Oost district. This is a beautiful and child-friendly neighbourhood with lots of greenery, almost on the city border of Amstelveen and Amsterdam. As a result, the centre of Amsterdam can be reached by bicycle or public transport within 20 to 25 minutes. The supermarket is just a few minutes' walk away, and the same goes for childcare, primary and secondary education. The International School of Amsterdam is a fifteen-minute bike ride away. The large, indoor shopping centre Stadshart is about 10 minutes by bike. Here you'll find a large selection of shops and restaurants, as well as the library, the Cobra Museum and a music venue. The many sports facilities in Amstelveen are within walking or cycling distance, and the Amsterdamse Bos is also nearby.
Bus stop, tram stop and metro station are all within walking distance. Both the A9 motorway and the A10 ring road can be reached within a few minutes by car. The A10 ring road provides connections to motorways to all parts of the country.
Layout of the house:
Through the front garden you reach the covered front door. Entrance, small hall with stairs to the maisonette.
Entrance with cloakroom, neat light tiled toilet, access to the dining room, the staircase to the first floor and access to the living room with open connection to the kitchen. The dining room is located at the rear of the house, has a closet and a large glass sliding door to the romantic balcony with storage closet. The balcony is large enough for a lounge area and you have an unobstructed view of the green surroundings. Through the dining room you enter a separate closed storage room with the connection for washing machine and dryer.
At the front the cozy living room is situated. The living room has a mantlepiece and there is enough space for a sitting area. Also this room has a glass front with sliding doors to a small balcony overlooking the quiet street. The living room has an open connection to the nostalgic kitchen. The kitchen has wooden fronts, cream tiling and a separate gas cooker with extractor hood and a separate fridge. In the kitchen there is room for a breakfast table. The entire floor has parquet flooring and the walls and ceilings are neatly finished.
Via the stairs you reach the landing of the second floor. This floor has a dormer on the front as well as on the backside. Here you will find three bedrooms and the bathroom. The bathroom has blue tiles up to the ceiling and you will find a walk-in shower and a washbasin with mirror. On the floor of the cozy and neatly finished bedrooms is laminate and also here the authentic accents have been preserved.
There is paid parking around the house.
Characteristics of the house:
• Attractive and sunny maisonette (1951) with preserved authentic elements, including panel doors
• Bright, sunny living room with mantlepiece, dining room, nostalgic kitchen and bathroom and three bedrooms
• Two balconies with pleasant views and two dormers
• Neatly maintained
• Synthetic sliding doors and windows with double glazing
• Roof fitted with acoustic foam, new roof tiles and chimneys (1990)
• In a beautiful, child-friendly neighborhood with all amenities within walking distance
• You can get to the centre of Amsterdam by bike or public transport within 25 minutes
• Many sports and recreation facilities in the area
• Full ownership
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