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Jan Willem Brouwersstraat 17 huis 1071LH Amsterdam

Year of construction
1888
Floor space
156 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Extremely elegant and extraordinary ground-floor home spanning 156 sqm with a beautifully landscaped sunny garden of over 50 sqm. The home features charming original style elements and an ideal floorplan with a living space with pocket doors, four bedrooms and ample storage space. The property is generous in size and has a wonderful width at the front.

Jan Willem Brouwerstraat is a quiet street in Oud-Zuid, in immediate proximity to Concertgebouw, Museumplein and beautiful streets such as Johannes Verhultststraat and Van Breestraat.

Layout:
Private entrance to a beautiful foyer, spacious hall with a restroom and closet.
The back room features a dining area with French doors to the sunny garden. The living room is at thee front, with the original pocket doors, mantel, stained-glass windows and stunning tall ceilings.
The kitchen is at the rear and is fitted with a range of appliances and an original sideboard in Amsterdam School architectural style.
The hall and living room showcase solid oak herringbone parquet flooring.

First floor:
Landing with a restroom, large bedroom/study at the front. The central bathroom is fitted with a bathtub and double vanity. The master bedroom is at the rear and features French doors to a Juliette balcony. This level also includes two side rooms.

The property includes a storage basement with the fittings for the laundry station. The basement has a standing height of 2.06m.

Garden:
Sunny south-facing garden with ample privacy, professionally landscaped by a gardener.

Location:
The property is in Oud-Zuid, within walking distance of Museumplein and Concertgebouw and nearby the amenities on Van Baerlestraat, P.C. Hooftstraat and Beethovenstraat.

Jan Willem Brouwerstraat is a quiet street nearby excellent schools and playgrounds.

Favorable location relative to the A2 and A4 highways via the A10 beltway exits 108 and 109. Several tram stops nearby on De Lairessestraat and Baerlestraat and close-by stops for buses with service to Schiphol and Amstelveen.

An extremely central location relative to the bustling city center, cultural hub Oud-Zuid, Beethovenstraat and beautiful Vondelpark.

Specifications:
• Ground lease of € 2,086 per year, current lease period effective until 31-08-2050
• Application for the settlement or pre-fixing of the ground lease submitted on 19-12-2019
• Very bright
• Extra sound insulation on the first floor
• Healthy and well-organized HOA
• South-facing garden

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-19
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1888

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
156 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

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Jan Willem Brouwersstraat 17 huis 1071LH Amsterdam

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