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Koninginneweg 158 4 1075EE Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.050.000 

Year of construction
1913
Floor space
119 m²
Number of rooms
5
Lot size
119 m²

Description

This spacious and very bright apartment (119mē) with a fantastic roof terrace, 4 meter high ceilings and very spacious living room has a modern Bulthaup kitchen and a luxurious bathroom. The two bedrooms are generously sized and the second bedroom has a mezzanine floor for extra space. The house has recently (2021) been completely renovated using high-quality materials and is fully equipped. The apartment is located on the fourth floor and is part of a stately building on the Koninginneweg which is located on OWN GROUND.

Layout:
Entrance on the landing, luxury staircase (2021) to the entrance on the third floor, hall with its own staircase to the fourth floor, hall, separate toilet with hanging closet. Thanks to the high ceilings, it was possible to create extra storage space above the toilet. The luxurious open Bulthaup kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances. The two spacious bedrooms are located at the front. The very luxurious bathroom has a washbasin with double washbasin, washing machine connection, a walk-in shower and a whirlpool.
On the fifth floor is a roof house with a central heating cupboard, washing machine connection and access to the beautiful spacious roof terrace (59mē). The entire house has a beautiful oak herringbone parquet floor.

Surroundings:
Located in Oud Zuid, a very short walk from the popular Vondelpark, with a diversity of cozy catering establishments, such as restaurant George and George WPA, Affourtite and the Blue Dragon. You can shop for daily groceries at the Jumbo around the corner and / or the greengrocer, bakery and fishmonger on Amstelveenseweg.
Various specialty shops are also located a stone's throw away, such as the famous chocolate shop Artichoc, Wijnhuis Amsterdam and the trendy Cornelis Schuytstraat with its diverse range of shops / restaurants. The Koninginneweg is easily accessible by public transport (including tram 12 towards Central Station / Amstel station) and by car

Particularities:
- Living area: 119mē
- Year of construction: 1913
- Own ground
- Generous roof terrace
- High-quality renovated in 2021
- Herringbone parquet floor
- Very high ceilings (approx. 4 meters)
- Fully equipped with double glazing
- Active Owners Association
- Service costs € 100 per month


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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-29
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1913

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
119 m²
Lot size
119 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Koninginneweg 158 4 1075EE Amsterdam

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