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Jan van Eijckstraat 19 huis 1077LG Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
240 m²
Number of rooms



Groundfloor home of three floors, renovated to a high standard, with a beautiful south-facing garden, designed by DIS STUDIO.

The property has a habitable area of approximately 240 sqm. It has been renovated into a very tasteful family home with a great eye to detail. The layout is practical, surprising and organic. Strikingly large facade provides a lot of light, beautiful materials and also functional.

Entrance, spacious living room with attractive gas fireplace (Boley) and a large glass front with black metal powder coated frame at the rear. Access to the garden and to the other floors.

A customized BOFFI kitchen diner equipped with all luxury built-in appliances including Gaggenau ones. By creating the void the living room and the kitchen diner have been connected to each other in an organic way. The garden can be accessed from both the living room and the kitchen diner. The sheltered back garden faces south and functions as an extension of the house. On this floor also a utility room and a guest room with private bathroom.

A particularly spacious floor. The master bedroom at the front has a walk-in wardrobe and a private bathroom. This splendid bathroom with Italian design furniture and marble has got a freestanding bath, a walk-in shower, a vanity cabinet, a toilet and a bidet. All by BOFFI.

The other three bedrooms at the rear all give access to the balcony. The third bathroom is accessible from the landing and made of the same quality.

The living and bedroom floors have got oak herringbone flooring. The kitchen diner has got a self-levelling screed.

The property is located in the Beethoven area, near Beethovenstraat and Apollolaan.

A neighbourhood with many wide pavements and plenty of play facilities for children. The location is very central to schools and shops.

Beethovenstraat is very favourably situated in relation to Station Zuid and the A10 orbital motorway, and well connected to the Oud-Zuid area and the city centre.

Beethovenstraat is excellent for daily shopping thanks to its wide range of shops and also for a cup of coffee or lunch.

This location is also within walking distance of Cornelis Schuytstraat and the Musuemplein area.

- Usable area approximately 240 sqm
- Garden approximately 75 sqm
- Renovated to a high standard
- Possibility of an additional room
- Ground rent currently approximately € 2,384 per year. Period runs until August 31st, 2053. General provisions of 1994. Indication of the annual ground rent as from 2053 approximately € 5,168 per year. Indication of buying out the ground rent in perpetuity approximately € 92,766. For more information, see sales file.
- Favourable terms of buying out the ground rent in perpetuity!

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sold conditionally
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By mutual agreement


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Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
240 m²


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Jan van Eijckstraat 19 huis 1077LG Amsterdam

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