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Nicolaas Maesstraat 92 - boven 1071RE Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.600.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
206 m²
Number of rooms



The Nicolaas Maesstraat is a green and child-friendly street in the Museum Quarter of Amsterdam Oud-Zuid. The house is therefore within walking distance from the Van Baerlestraat, the Museumplein and the prestigious P.C. Hooftstraat, Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. There are many shops, restaurants and cosy cafes in the area. The same goes for the Concertgebouw and the various museums in this neighbourhood. The Vondelpark is also in the immediate vicinity. In short, a beautiful place in the elegant heart of the city, situated between the busy city centre and the Zuidas. Good connection to the Ring A-10 by car. Paid parking is by means of a permit system, for which there are no waiting lists for. Excellent accessibility by public transport (tram, bus and North-South line). With tram line 5 you will get to the Zuid-As in no time. Schiphol and central station are also easily accessible by public transport.

Layout second floor:
You can reach the appartment from your own entrance. You enter the spacious living room. The large windows, the high ceilings and the view through to all floors of the flat give a spacious feeling. The living room has underfloor heating. The built-in gas fireplace breaks up the room, so that despite the open space there are still several sitting areas. In the living room you can easily put a large dining table to entertain your friends and family, but a cosy evening by the fireplace is also an option. Furthermore, the living room has a top to bottom built-in closet where the meter cupboard, central heating boiler, intercom and boiler are concealed. At the front of the house there is a French balcony and at the back we find a larger balcony. At the rear of this floor there is a separate toilet.

Layout third floor:
Via the stairs you reach the third floor of the house. You enter the impressive industrial kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a 5 burner cooker, double sink, extractor and several appliances such as an oven, refrigerator and dishwasher. The metal kitchen top flows beautifully into the wooden and spacious dining table. Because of the different skylights there is a lot of natural light in this room. From the kitchen you can reach the balcony at the back of the house. This room can rightly be called an entertainment room.
The front offers space for two bedrooms, these bedrooms have large windows and the stained glass provides a beautiful light in the morning. On the landing you have a bathroom with toilet, washbasin and spacious walk-in shower. As well, on this floor we find a laundry room where the washer and dryer are neatly concealed.

Layout attic floor:
Via the beautiful industrial spiral staircase you reach the fourth floor. What immediately stands out is the glass floor that gives a view through the entire house. The master bedroom is located at the front of the house and is wonderfully spacious. The en-suite bathroom with black marble floor has a toilet, a his-and-her washbasin, a spacious walk-in shower and a lovely bath. The bathroom also has three skylights that provide the necessary natural light. Who wouldn't want to read a book on a Sunday morning in this beautiful bath while the morning sun slowly comes in through the window?

This floor has is also equiped a spacious home office, which can also be used as a walk-in closet.
At the back of the house is the spacious roof terrace. On the roof terrace you can enjoy the beautiful weather in complete privacy and see the peaks of the Rijksmuseum.

Special features:
- Situated on your own ground
- Special architecture
- Roof terrace
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
206 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

Welcome to the Museumkwartier, Apollobuurt and Willemsparkbuurt. This area is bordered by the Vondelpark, Stadhouderskade, Boerenwetering, Zuideramstelkanaal and the Oplympiaplaza. Characteristic for this area is the Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Concert Hall as tourist spots. The Museumplein attracts more than 1 million visitors a year, also big events are held at the Museumplein on a regular basis. The residential area mainly consists of big villa’s which in most cases arenīt available for rent. Most houses are in the Amsterdam School style especially the houses at the Minervalaan. Museumquarter is an absolute must for lovers of art, antiques and curiosities: the area has been at the heart of the Dutch art and antiques trade for over 80 years.

Nicolaas Maesstraat 92 - boven 1071RE Amsterdam

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