At last… A FABULOUS ground-floor apartment with approx. 177 m² of floor space, new foundations and five bedrooms, all in one of Amsterdam’s loveliest streets. This freehold property was totally renovated in 2003 and offers a north-west-facing garden measuring 52 m².
Private entrance on the ground floor opens into a spacious hall. This leads to a well-arranged living room/diner, with a high-end open-plan kitchen on the garden side. The kitchen features various fitted appliances, including a two-door American style fridge with an ice cube dispenser, and a large range cooker. The property is strikingly wide (approx. 6.80 metres), and the ceiling height in the living room/diner is 3.30 metres. The beautiful original hearth has been retained, and parquet flooring adds to the stylish allure of the apartment. Separate toilet. The neat garden (with shed) is approx. 8 metres long and 6.50 metres wide.
A wide staircase leads to the first floor, where there are three sizeable bedrooms and a luxury bathroom, featuring a modern bath with various options, a walk-in shower and double basins. The master bedroom at the front of the apartment has a bay window and a walk-in closet for fashionistas! Separate space for a washing machine and dryer.
Another two bedrooms are located in the semi-basement, which has a ceiling height of 2.20 metres. Both bedrooms are on the garden side, with plenty of natural light. There is currently a large storage room at the front of the semi-basement, housing the new central heating boiler. The second bathroom has a shower and a smart vanity unit.
Paid parking is available on the street (free from midnight to 9 a.m. and on Sundays), or residents can park via a permit system. The City of Amsterdam website indicates that there is no waiting list for permits in the Zuid-8 Willemsparkbuurt and Museumkwartier permit district (information on 12 February 2021).
The apartment is in a top location in a quiet part of the Oud-Zuid neighbourhood, within walking distance of Vondelpark, with space for all kinds of leisure activities. Lomanstraat is an elegant, wide, shady street with ample parking space beneath the characteristic rows of leaning plane trees. Local children are often seen playing on Okeghemplein. Around the corner on Amstelveenseweg, the neighbourhood features numerous inviting small shops, bars, cafés and restaurants on one side, and Cornelis Schuytstraat and P.C. Hooftstraat on the other. Schools and sports facilities are close by, as are opportunities for cultural activities, such as the Rijksmuseum and The Concertgebouw. Public transport is within walking distance (including Haarlemmermeer station), and there is an easy route to the A10 ring road.
- Fantastic family home with approx. 177 m² of floor space: 166.30 m² of living space and 10.70 m² of storage space in the semi-basement
- Semi-basement perfect for an au-pair, for example
- New foundations and renovations in 2003
- Currently five bedrooms and two bathrooms
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