Charming, characteristic and bright ca. 92 sqm upper-level apartment with three balconies. Situated on one of Hoofddorpplein Quarter's most beautiful streets, around the corner from the Schinkel and Vondelpark.
The house is on the first and a part of the third floor of the building and encompasses two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a spacious living room.
Stone outdoor steps and a private front door on the first floor to the hallway with a coat area and guest restroom.
Bright living space with the living room at the front with French doors to a lovely balcony with morning sun exposure. The dining room is at the rear, and also features French doors to a second balcony with afternoon/evening sun exposure.
The original kitchen can accommodate a small breakfast table. The kitchen also has French doors to the rear balcony.
The hall accesses the bathroom, which is equipped with a bathtub and fittings for the laundry station.
An internal staircase leads to the third floor, with two spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, both rooms open to a third balcony. The second bathroom is fitted with a walk-in shower and sink. This level also includes a second restroom.
The property is on a quiet, wide street in desirable Hoofddorpplein Quarter in Zuid borough.
Within walking distance of a range of shops, supermarkets (Albert Heijn, Marqt, Dirk vd Broek, Deen), delis, bars and restaurants (Van Mechelen, Par Hasard, Lokaal van de stad, Ron Gastrobar, Gent aan de Schinkel).
Vondelpark and Rembrandtpark are just around the corner. The property is nearby the A4/A9/A10 and stops for tram and bus. A few minutes' cycling distance to Zuidas and Amsterdam-Zuid train station.
Usable residential floor area ca. 92 sqm
Three balconies, total of 15 sqm
Monthly HOA charges of 100
Both bathrooms and restrooms were refurbished in 2018
Exterior of the building fully repainted in 2020
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