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Nicolaas Witsenkade 28 2/3 1017ZT Amsterdam

Year of construction
1876
Floor space
165 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Nicolaas Witsenkade 28-2/3

Very light, large residence on the upper floors located on the desirable Nicolaas Witsenkade of at least 165m2 (NEN measurements) spread over two spacious floor and FREEHOLD. The residence was renovated, with plans provided by an architect, keeping the historical details such as the marble fireplaces and gorgeous decorative plasterwork on the ceilings.

LAYOUT:
The communal marble entrance takes you to the staircase and then into the high hallway of the apartment on the first floor, where there is plenty of space for a good cloakroom. The huge and high U-shaped living room is situated on the second floor and has an unimpeded view out over the Singelgracht, gorgeous with its stately trees, from the front of the building. The unique location, which is not overlooked from either the front or the back of the building, encourages the feeling of privacy. Double French windows offer access to the charming balcony, which faces the sunny south.
The half-open kitchen lies at the rear of the building. Despite the fact that the building was built in 1876, the apartment is very pleasant in the winter (please see the energy label A!), as all the window and doorframes have been fitted with double-glazing.
The third floor, of 80m2, has two large bedrooms, the rearmost of which has a walk-in wardrobe and its own access to the spacious bathroom. The bathroom is very large and is fitted with a bath, a separate shower and toilet. Large windows provide plenty of light. The third floor is so spacious that it would be easy to create three bedrooms, a walk-in wardrobe and two bathrooms (please see plans). The Owners’ Association has two members and has agreed to the yet to be laid out roof terrace.

The Nicolaas Witsenkade is located in the Centrum urban district, between the Frederiksplein and the Weteringschans. This means that the residence is in the heart of Amsterdam with the Utrechtsestraat, the Amstel, the ring of canals and the Vijzelstraat all around the corner. The range of shops in the immediate surroundings is very wide and there are many high quality culinary shops.

In brief, a gorgeous apartment that is part of a majestic property located in a quiet, leafy area.

Consult our plans for the possibilities and the current layout of this apartment.

GENERAL:
-Built around 1876
-Freehold!
-Project notary Schut en Van Os

SURROUNDINGS AND AMENITIES
-Quiet surrounding in the middle of a leafy area and with all amenities, such as the shops and restaurants on the Vijzelstraat or the Utrechtsestraat, with the Albert Cuyp market and the Amstel within walking distance
-various tram lines and the Vijzelgracht metro station also within walking distance
-You can be on various arterial roads within a few minutes by car
-Parking in front of the door is almost always possible
-Enclosed and welcoming play park with an international character around the corner
SURFACES:
-Total living floor area approximately 165 m˛
- Total cubic meterage 606.05 m3

ELECTRICAL CENTRAL HEATING AND HOT WATER SYSTEMS:
-Central heating and warm water from the high efficiency boiler (Remeha, 2009)
-Insulation: All window and doorframes fitted with double-glazing and additional floor insulation has been fitted.
-Energy label: A

Owners’ association:
-The owners’ association consists of two members
-Long term maintenance plan available (2020)

Age of the property, non-residential and asbestos clauses will be included in the Deed of Purchase.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-25
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1876

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
165 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: De Weteringschans

This area is known as the quiet part of Amsterdam Centrum. Amsterdam East is an environmentally friendly area with canals and important cultural buildings. These characteristics make this part of Amsterdam ideal as a residential area. Unlike downtown this area consists of many young couples who are starting with their careers. East and the eastern islands and the old harbor-area is still relatively vacant, but that will change in the upcoming years with the Weesper- and Plantagebuurt still in development.

Nicolaas Witsenkade 28 2/3 1017ZT Amsterdam

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