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Johannes Verhulststraat 202 H 1075HE Amsterdam

Year of construction
1910
Floor space
140 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Characteristic and high-quality renovated two-floor ground floor property with a fantastic living area and luxury open-plan kitchen, and an adjacent, generous, west-facing garden.
The apartment has approx. 140 m² of living space, is part of a full-scale renovation project, and has three well-sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. The premises were fully renovated last year, including new foundations, and stand out due to the tasteful finishing and high quality of the materials used.
LAYOUT
Renovated communal entrance with access to the apartment. Lift and stairwell to the upstairs apartments.
Ground floor
Entrance with separate toilet and closet space.
A striking feature of the property is its width, in combination with the high ceilings. The large windows allow in a tremendous amount of light at both the front and back of the property.
Your eye is immediately drawn to the glass façade at the rear which offers access to the garden, as well as the attractive custom-made bookcase with built-in gas-fired fireplace. At the rear is the kitchen with a central island fitted with various built-in appliances. The kitchen offers considerable storage space thanks to its many drawers and cupboards. At the front is the seating area which is extremely light and spacious thanks partly to the large, almost floor-to-ceiling windows.
Semi-basement
A set of open stairs takes you to the hallway with separate toilet with handbasin and space for the washing machine and dryer and an extra closet. All the rooms are fitted with large tilt-and-turn windows and the generous dimensions mean there is plenty of space for cupboards. The first bedroom is at the front and features a walk-in closet and its own en suite which is fitted with a vanity unit, a bath, and walk-in shower. The second and third bedrooms are located at the rear.
At the centre is the second bathroom with a shower and vanity unit.
LOCATION
The building is in a wonderful location in the Oud-Zuid neighbourhood, just around the corner from the Valeriusplein square, Koninginneweg and Vondelpark. Residents can find plenty of places to do their daily shopping nearby, for example at Bakkerij Simon Meijssen (bakery), Kooy's Deli (delicatessen), Wijnhandel Koninginneweg (wine merchant), George Bistro and the unforgettable Arti Choc chocolate shop.
Cornelis Schuytstraat, which is also referred to as 'little Paris in Amsterdam', with its exclusive boutiques and charming cafés, is within walking distance. All these aspects together produce a charming and fashionable environment for people who love life and fine living. There is also excellent accessibility by car and a tram stop (line 2) around the corner.
Various primary and secondary schools are located in the immediate vicinity, and cultural venues, such as the DeLaMar theatre, the Paradiso concert hall, The Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum and Stedelijk Museum, are all within a ten-minute cycle ride from the property.

Division & Homeowners’ Association (VvE)
The building was recently divided into 4 apartment rights, and the deed of sale and the deed of delivery will therefore be drawn up by the civil-law notary associated with the project, namely Hartman LMH Notarissen.
The service fee currently amounts to €203 per month.

DETAILS
- Freehold property
- Fully insulated
- Gas-fired fireplace with remote control
- Furniture and accessories from, among others, The Grand Interior, can also be included in the sale
- A non-owner-occupier clause will be included in the deed
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-8-31
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1910

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
140 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Johannes Verhulststraat 202 H 1075HE Amsterdam

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