In the thirties part of the popular Duivendrecht, a stone's throw from the Watergraafsmeer and the Amstelkwartier, this charming upstairs apartment of 114 m2 is located on its own land. Many of the original details can be found here, such as stained glass, en-suite doors as well as panel doors and a beautiful antique wood burning stove. All windows are double glazed. The balcony at the rear has been enlarged to almost 2 meters deep. From April to September you can sit here and enjoy the afternoon and evening sun.
The upper house has its own entrance on the ground floor with a staircase to the living floor. From the hall you can reach the living and dining room, the toilet and a room that is now in use as an office. There is also a staircase to the sleeping floor. The living room, room and suite, has an attractive appearance with authentic details due to the original fireplace, the en-suite doors and the fitted wardrobes.
The 2.72 m high living room has French doors to the enlarged balcony / terrace at the rear. The semi-open kitchen is simple but attractive. This entire floor has a beautiful wooden floor.
The spacious and attractive terrace has an unobstructed view of the green surroundings.
The landing provides access to 2 very large bedrooms, the bathroom and a niche where the washing machine is located. Both bedrooms have dormer windows. Here, too, the authentic panel doors are still present and there is a beautiful old wooden floor on this floor. The bathroom has a shower, a sink that overlooks the green at the rear and a bathtub.
Fixed stairs to the top floor. This floor is now equipped with two Velux skylights. Construction calculations have already been made for placing Velux roof conservatories on both sides. There is also a storage space here. The owners association has decided to use the accumulated capital for the renovation of the roof. This offers opportunities for sustainability and the installation of velux roof greenhouses.
- 114 m2 of measured living space including the attic floor
- Attic floor is 8.5 m2 with a headroom of 1.94 m
- Year of construction: 1939
- Own ground
- Original details such as en-suite doors, stained glass, panel doors
- Enlarged terrace (2005)
- Energy label C.
- Heating by means of central heating (Intergas combi boiler from 2006)
- Construction drawings for placing Velux roof conservatory on the
hood floors are already present
- Fixed wardrobes in the bedrooms
- Healthy V.v.e .: 2 members
- Ä 150, - v.v.e. contribution per month
- Storage room for bicycles
- Free parking
- primary schools and shopping center within walking distance
Duivendrecht is a village in the city and is part of the municipality of Ouder-Amstel. In the village center, within walking distance, you can go for your daily necessities. Two primary schools, childcare and a library are also within walking distance. Duivendrecht is known for its particularly good connections to public transport, such as metro and train, both are within walking distance. Duivendrecht is also a good base for the car, all highways such as A1, A2, A9 and A10 are quickly accessible. The city is within reach by bike: both Albert Cuyp and Javastraat are 15 minutes away by bike, and you are on Dam Square within 20 minutes.
Until the 1960s there was the Klooster Sint MichaŽl (a women's monastery of the order of the Poor Clares) at the end of the Kloosterstraat. The statue of the Archangel Michael has been preserved and is now located at the end of the Kloosterstraat, in the former monastery garden.
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