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Johannes Verhulststraat 28 HS 1071ND Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.950.000 

Year of construction
1904
Floor space
254 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

On the most beautiful and most wanted part of the Johannes Verhulststraat in Amsterdam Oud - Zuid, we offer this unique, three-storey ground floor house of 255 m² spread over three fully-fledged floors. This attractive and bright family home is located on its own ground and features high ceilings, a spacious, bright living room with gas fireplace, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, various authentic, characteristic details and a lovely, quiet and sheltered garden where you can last until late in the evening in hot summers.

One of the unique features of this house is the separate 2-room unit in the basement of approx. 40M2 (photos on request); this fully-fledged apartment can be entered independently from the street and is currently rented out, but also ideal for au-pair, studying children or family visits from abroad.

Located in one of the most beautiful and quiet parts of the Concertgebouw area, between Jan Willem Brouwerstraat and Jacob Obrechtstraat. The chic, but also lively neighborhood is characterized by the abundance of greenery, the tranquility, but also by the exclusive shops, good restaurants and cozy cafes. All necessary facilities for comfortable living, such as: local shops, supermarkets, crèches, good primary and secondary schools, the Vondelpark, public transport. Culture is around the corner: the major museums (Rijks, Stedelijk, Van Gogh) and the Concertgebouw are within walking distance. Just like the fashionable shopping streets P.C. Hooftstraat and Van Baerlestraat. By car, the A10, A2, A4 (Schiphol) can be reached quickly and easily. There is ample parking in front of the door and (currently) no waiting list for a parking permit.

Layout:
First floor: entry into spacious hall with the original marble floor and a large (insulated from the outside) stained glass window at the end. The living room and kitchen are entered through the double steel doors. On the floor solid oak herringbone parquet and to complete the atmosphere a gas fireplace. The island kitchen is equipped with all appliances and a Quooker boiling water tap. The garden can be entered via the stairs.

Carrara marble is located in the basement on a heated floor, this floor has its own central heating system. Double, insulated doors give access to the apartment on the street side if desired. The garden can be entered through double French doors. There are bathrooms in both the street side and the garden side room, one of which has a separate toilet and bath. The basement has a full ceiling height.

On the first floor, the very spacious master bedroom on the garden side, flanked by a bathroom with bath. In the middle of this floor and at the front the other 2 very spacious bedrooms, walk-in closet and a large bathroom with walk-in shower and bath. Both bathrooms have underfloor heating.

- Perfect location
- Own land, so no leasehold
- All bathrooms have underfloor heating
- Gas fireplace
- 8 rooms.
- Separate (currently rented) unit with its own entrance on the street side
- Equipped with new foundation in 2007, renovated in 2012.
- Young, recently started VVE
- During the renovation with floor and ceiling renovation and frames with Hr ++ insulating glass
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-11
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1904

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
254 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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Johannes Verhulststraat 28 HS 1071ND Amsterdam

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