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Pieter Cornelisz. Hooftstraat 169 A 1071BW Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.495.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
214 m²
Number of rooms


Stunning apartment with a surface area of approx. 214 m˛ just a stone’s throw away from the lovely Vondel Park. There is an air-conditioning system throughout. The apartment has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and is beautifully appointed with a discerning eye for detail. It features many built-in cupboards and a lovingly designed south-facing garden.

It is part of the prestigious ‘VONDELSTAETE’ apartment complex, which embraces no more than eleven apartments. It was designed by the architect Dik Smeding and constructed in 2001. The materials, craftsmanship and facilities in the complex and apartment are top-of-the-line.

The apartment can be purchased in combination with P.C. Hooftstraat 169-B (117m˛), which would yield a very spacious apartment with a surface area of 330m˛, four parking spaces on the bottommost floor, and a fantastic south-facing garden.

Among other things, the complex boasts a swimming pool, sauna, solarium, whirlpool, gym, and of course the underground car park. In short, we would love to show you around this extraordinary apartment!

The apartment building is situated in the quiet part of the prestigious P.C. Hooftstraat, virtually adjoining the Vondel Park. This part of the street is not a thoroughfare. The bustling Amsterdam Zuid district is just a short walk away, with the chic shops on the P.C. Hooftstraat, Museumplein, Rijks Museum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum, and of course the Cornelis Schuytstraat. The location is very easily accessible by both private car and public transport.

Via the spacious entrance, the lift conveys you to the garden floor. Apartment entrance, spacious hallway, two bedrooms with a private bathroom each overlook the quiet street. The master bedroom is situated on the garden side and features a large adjoining bathroom and walk-in closet. High-end Bulthaup kitchen, naturally with every possible built-in appliance. Spacious pantry/laundry room. The living room boasts a stunning sun lounge with French doors giving into the beautifully appointed garden. The living room features a wonderful fireplace, several built-in cabinets, and beautiful recessed lighting. Large home office/study giving into the living room (en-suite arrangement). The apartment includes a storage space and two parking spaces on the bottommost floor.

* Extremely luxurious complex with international allure
* Features, among other things, a concierge, swimming pool, sauna, solarium, gym, garage, double lift, etc.
* Private property, i.e. no ground lease
* Heavily secured apartment with alarm system and composite safety glass
* High-end, small-scale apartment complex with just 11 apartments
* Built in 2002; designed by the architect Dik Smeding
* Two parking spaces in the underground car park; additional cost per parking space €150,000 (plus costs)

This information has been compiled by us with all due care. However, we cannot accept any liability for incomplete or inaccurate information or otherwise, nor can we be held liable for consequences thereof. The buyer is responsible for investigating all matters that are of importance to him or her. With regard to this property the estate agent acts as the seller’s advisor. We recommend relying on an expert (NVM) estate agent to guide you in the purchase process. Should you have any specific wishes with regard to the residence, please notify your consulting estate agent and commission an independent study or expertise in a timely manner. Should you decline to call upon an expert representative, you are deeming your own expertise adequate in understanding all matters relevant to you. The NVM’s General Terms and Conditions apply.

The usable area has been calculated in accordance with the NEN 2580 standard for the residential market. As such, the surface may deviate from that of similar buildings and/or older references. This has to do primarily with this (new) calculation method. The buyer confirms having received adequate information with regard to the aforementioned standard. The seller and his or her estate agent have made every effort to calculate the correct surface and volume on the basis of their own measurements and to provide floor plants specifying measurements to assist you in assessing the property. Should the measurements not comply (in full) with the standard, the seller accepts this. The buyer has been offered every opportunity to verify the measurements or have them verified on his or her behalf. None of the parties can exert any rights on the basis of deviations in the specified measurements and dimensions, nor can they claim adjustment of the purchase sum. The seller and his or her estate agent cannot be held liable in any way for any deviations.
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Floor space
214 m²


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