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Ruysdaelstraat 48 H 1071XE Amsterdam

Asking price € 900.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
96 m²
Number of rooms


Luxurious penthouse on freehold land comprising 96 m2 with a lovely west-facing balcony in a prime location between Museumplein and the Pijp. The apartment is located in a building which was completely renovated in 2007 and thus has a new foundation. The apartment can be, if so desired, delivered entirely turn key: complete with the entire interior furnishings, including the light fixtures (installed according to a light architect’s design and domotics-controlled) and all quality equipment (such as Miele washing machine and dryer).
Live as the first resident since the renovation in a spectacular penthouse!

Layout: The layout of the apartment was changed during the renovation, creating a spacious living area with open kitchen and two (bed) rooms, of which one has been designed as a walk-in closet complete with separate laundry. There is a beautiful dark wood herringbone floor throughout the living space, a luxurious marble-clad bathroom, various custom-made built-in storage space and a spectacular bespoke kitchen with marble countertop and backdrop.

The stylish living room with open kitchen is no less than 14 meters long and has windows at both the front and rear, allowing plenty of natural light to seep into the space. The sunny terrace located on the west is accessible via the kitchen. It is wonderful to sit here on a summer day! Because of its location in a niche, you can enjoy the sun here out of the draft and in privacy.

The open kitchen is the eye catcher in this apartment. It has a luxurious look because of the grey marble with mirroring effect, the neat fronts and lighting. The spacious kitchen has lots of storage space, a bar and is equipped with a freezer-fridge combination (Miele), oven (Miele), dishwasher (Miele), induction stove (Bora), cooled wine cabinet (Miele) and a Quooker faucet.

In the current layout there is a working space/study created behind the kitchen. With some adjustment this area can be separated.

The warm living area is on the street side is very light thanks to the skylight in the ceiling.

Through the hallway with a hallway wardrobe cabinet and toilet you can access the other rooms. The masterbedroom is comfortably sized with an oval skylight for extra natural light with built in, electronically powered blackout blinds so you can optimally enjoy your rest. In the current situation the second bedroom is being used as walk in closet made of beautiful materials with an eye for detail. There is also a separate laundry built in with Miele dryer and washing machine accesible in this room. The marble-clad bathroom is equipped with floor heating, a bath, walk-in shower and custom washbasin. There is a nice view of the terrace from both the bathroom and the walk-in closet.

The apartment building (Ruysdaelstraat 44-56) was completely rebuilt in 2007; with only the original facade left standing a complete new building was erected behind it. This means that the building has a new foundation and concrete floors, giving you the comfort of a new home with the charm of an authentic building. Considering the apartment’s location on the top floor and the zoning plan, building a roof terrace is an option. The necessary permits would have to be applied for for this. In 2020, a roof terrace was requested within the owner’s association (VvE) by an owner of another apartment and it has been approved. There is a communal bicycle shed on the ground floor. The location of the apartment is very central. Within a few minutes (walking!) you can be on the Museumplein, Concertgebouw and the PC hooftstraat as well as in the cozy Pijp. In only 7 minutes by car you are on the RingA10. Currently there is no waiting time to apply for a parking permit. The stop of the Noordzuidlijn, various restaurants, shops, the Sarphatipark and the Vondelpark are just a few minutes away.


- Newly and luxuriously renovated

- Prime location and on freehold ground

-New foundation

-Turn-key delivery possible (complete with furniture, lighting, blinds, equipment) - negotiable

-Active Owner’s association

-Sunny balcony on the west

-High-quality oak herringbone and marble flooring

-Lighting following design by a light architect and domotics controlled

-Video intercom

-Common bicycle shed
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