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Jan Luijkenstraat 2 /D 1071CM Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
318 m²
Number of rooms


Located next to the Rijksmuseum on a special spot in this street, a wonderful penthouse of approx. 318 m2 in a beautiful monument with luxurious entrance with elevator directly from the house and a super roof terrace directly located next to the kitchen. Now this semi-penthouse is available on a 4-bedroom floor. The house was completely renovated in 2016 with international allure and equipped with a completely new design at a very high level. Because of the location on the corner the house has daylight on all sides and the living comfort is equal to detached living in the city. A unique experience at one of the most beautiful points of Amsterdam with a view at one of the most famous musea in the world and the Singelgracht.

own entrance via spacious entrance hall, elevator to the house
2nd floor, elevator to the house, hall, living room, dining room, luxury kitchen with roof terrace, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
basement a large storage room

Located close to the Spiegelkwartier right next to the Rijksmuseum at the end of the Jan Luijkenstraat, in the immediate vicinity are sufficient shopping facilities available, P.C. Hooftstraat as most important a street close to it, everything you expect from the Center is within walking distance.

- house on one layer with its own monumental entrance
- very beautiful national monument
- own ground
- beautiful spacious entrance with elevator
- 4 bedrooms
- A total GBO BBMI 318 m2, report available
- completely renovated in 2016
- parking for several cars in closed garage at 150 meters walking distance
- roof terrace
- delivery immediately
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Floor space
318 m²


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Jan Luijkenstraat 2 /D 1071CM Amsterdam

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