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Ruysdaelstraat 24 2 1071XD Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.040.000 

Year of construction
1923
Floor space
125 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Elegant and recently remodeled 4-room, 125 sqm apartment with a balcony. Excellent design choices and premium materials lend the apartment a sense of serene presence. The view of a green buffer zone and its south-facing positioning are absolute bonus features.

The complex has a new foundation, a spacious stairwell, with wide and slow-rise steps. The 2019 renovations were completed under the supervision of Studio Dierdorp.

Entrance to a beautiful, octagonal reception hall. The living space, with pocket doors, features French doors at the rear to the balcony with an uninterrupted view of the courtyard gardens below. From the front, the apartment has a view toward the church and overlooks the square. The front and back rooms showcase beautiful marble fireplace mantels and gorgeous wooden flooring.
The inviting family kitchen is at the rear, its generous proportions allow for a breakfast table. The modern kitchen is fitted with a range of appliances, and also showcases original details, leaving its original character intact. Adjacent is a large pantry.

There are two good-sized bedrooms at the front, and a spacious luxury bathroom with natural daylight entry. The master bedroom includes a small walk-in closet. The bathroom features an elegant vanity with a matching mirror. The backsplash tiles, rain shower and light Winckelmans floor tiles lend the space added appeal. There is also a separate restroom and a large storage closet. The property has several fitted wardrobes.

A turn-key apartment - in impeccable condition. Welcoming and bright.

Area:
Situated in a central, remarkable location in the city.

The peace and quiet of Zuid, the hustle and bustle of De Pijp and the history of the Canal Belt - all are within walking distance.
The property is 800 meters from Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, and 500 meters from Concertgebouw.

Groceries are available from a nearby large Albert Heijn and Albert Cuyp market. Café Loetje and restaurant Le Garage are close-by.
The space where the tram once drove will become a green buffer zone. Public transportation is within walking distance: there are tram stops on Van Baerlestraat and Ferdinand Bolstraat and there is a nearby stop for the Noord Zuidlijn metro.

Good accessibility by car. Resident parking permits are available for the area. A new parking garage is being built just around the corner.

Specifications:
• High-end renovation
• Bright apartment with a view of a historic church
• Gas fireplace in the living room
• Double glazing
• Prime location nearby Concertgebouw and Albert Cuyp market
• Built in 1922 in Amsterdam School architectural style, designed by Abel Anton Kok
• Situated on ground lease land. Current lease period: 01-03-1987 until 28-02-2037. General terms and conditions for continuous ground lease 1994. 5-yearly lease indexation. Annual ground lease € 324.36
• Timely application for the switch to the GT&C 2016
• The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.

For more information, the brochure and floorplan, please consult our website!

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-9-11
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1923

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
125 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Ruysdaelstraat 24 2 1071XD Amsterdam

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