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Stadhouderskade 17 - D 1054ES Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.000.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
143 m²
Number of rooms


Unique apartment of approximately 143 m2 with stunning views over the Stadhouderskade, located in the bustling heart of Amsterdam and the beautiful, lush Vondelpark.

Through the communal entrance with doorbells, mailboxes and camera surveillance you enter the stately hall of the exclusive apartment complex Byzantium. The luxury complex was designed in the late 1980s by the famous architect Rem Koolhaas. The apartment meets many contemporary living requirements, such as: supervised basement car parking exclusively for residents, complete with washing facility and bicycle storage, organised waste collection, private storage and a communal roof garden. In addition to a caretaker living in the complex, there is also a perfect cleaning team and permanent video surveillance. The apartment is well insulated and offers a lot of privacy.
By lift or stairs, you get to the third floor where the apartment is located. You enter a spacious hall with intercom. The apartment consists of two floors. On this floor there is a spacious bedroom with walk-in closet with fitted wardrobes and a modern ensuite bathroom with bathtub, shower cabin with rain shower, washbasin and floating toilet. The bathroom is luxuriously finished with beautiful grey tiles, design radiator and recessed spotlights above the large mirror above the washbasin. From the bedroom you have a beautiful view of the Stadhouderskade. Go down the staircase to the second floor within the apartment. Through double doors you enter the spacious and light living room with beautiful sitting area and luxurious open-plan kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with various appliances including 5-burner stove with hood, oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer and also has a pleasant kitchen island with lots of storage space. Over the entire width of the apartment are floor-high windows allowing lots of daylight into the apartment. Sliding doors give access to the wide balcony with awning facing southwest. From the balcony you have a view of the quiet and well-kept courtyard garden and also of the beautiful, lush Vondelpark. Through patio doors from the living room or a single door from the hall you reach the second spacious bedroom with two fixed closets. This bedroom is also equipped with a luxurious, modern ensuite bathroom with bathtub, washbasin with large mirror and recessed spotlights and rain shower. In the hall you will find a toilet area with toilet and sink, built-in closet with space for washer and dryer and an intercom.

Location and accessibility
This unique apartment is located between the Vondelpark neighbourhood and the Museum Quarter on the corner where the Leidseplein and the P.C. Hooftstraat meet. A respected neighbourhood known for its beautiful shops, good restaurants and cosy cafes. The cultural heart of Amsterdam is also within walking distance, with the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum around the corner. The apartment is easily accessible via the ring road Ring A-10 and by public transport (various tram and bus lines).

- Please note: the apartment can only be sold including the corresponding parking space in the underground basement car park. This parking space amounts to € 100,000 k.k. (purchasing costs payable by the purchaser) and is not included in the asking price;
- Lift;
- 24/7 caretaker;
- The Owners' Association is managed professionally by NeWoMij; the monthly service costs are € 442.74 per month for the apartment and € 11.30 per month for the parking space;
- The property is located on leasehold land. The ground rent is bought off until 30-09-2038.
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Floor space
143 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Vondelbuurt

The Vondelparkbuurt is a neighbourhood between the Overtoom and the Vondelpark. This area has an appealing residential area with several big houses on favorable locations. The housing prices are high but that doesn’t stop many people from settling down in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a lot of inhabitants with a high income level, and a low percentage of ethnic people. The most western part of this neighbourhood the Zochterstraat and the Frederikstraat can be compared with the Cremerbuurt.

Stadhouderskade 17 - D 1054ES Amsterdam

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