Architect-built detached villa (209 m² GO) with surrounding garden. Located in a central location in Amstelveen. Own ground. The 'Huis Dolk', named after the original commissioner, is one of three houses by architect G.Th. Rietveld that were built on the Straat van Mozambique and is the only one still in its original design. Inside Rietveld details are visible Designated as a municipal monument in 2007. The layout makes the villa a pleasant and practical house Large sliding doors connect the house with the abundant outdoor space.The free location makes the location recognizable as special from a distance.
On the east side of Amstelveen, at the intersection of Westelijk- and Oostelijk Halfond with De Evenaar, this municipal monument designed by Rietveld is located. The villa stands on its own land. All urban facilities are available in the area, such as the shopping centers Kostverloren and Bankrashof, a medical center, schools, but also nature reserves situated around the Amstel.
Ground floor: after the entrance, an office and living room with dining area are connected to the central hall. The latter have access to the southern and western parts of the garden through sliding doors. Closed kitchen followed by the utility room. Toilet at the entrance. Garage with storage and separate technical room where, among other things, the central heating system.
First floor: after the stairs follows a spacious landing where a pleasant work and reading corner has now been created. Furthermore, 4 bedrooms, one with a separate work area. 2 bathrooms, a large one with a bath and a smaller one with a shower. 2 relatively large terraces complete the plan of the first floor.
The kitchen is dated but in style, has top and bottom kitchen cabinets with a stainless steel worktop and double sink. Neff equipment including a hot plate, extractor hood and four-burner stove.
On the ground floor is a separate toilet with a sink. The large bathroom has a bath, bidet and a double sink. The other bathroom has a walk-in shower, sink, toilet and connection for a washing machine.
The green garden (approx. 442 m²) is completely around the house with the main areas facing South and West. In addition, on the 1st floor, a terrace at the front (O 18m²) and a terrace at the rear (W 18m²).
The house is finished with many details that can be referred to as "typical Rietveld" such as postless doors with smaller and larger passageways. The outer walls are made of white and gray glazed facing bricks. The floors in the entrance, toilet, kitchen and bathrooms have red mosaic tiles. There is a hidden serving hatch between the living room and kitchen. A pull-out breakfast table in the kitchen. In the utility room, ceiling-high storage and work cupboards. Details such as a so-called milk farmer's cupboard, where groceries can be placed, make this house so charming.
The floor of the ground floor and landing has an Azobé wooden floor. The master bedroom has red carpet. In the garden there are gravel tiles washed outside the greenery. Around a yew hedge. The birch in the garden is an iconic monumental tree.
Electrical 15-group installation. C.V. installation by means of a Remeha Quinta 45 ketel (bj. ca 2007), convector wells. Boiler. Fireplace in the living room.
The crawl space under the entire house is covered with a bottom valve.
The house has a provisional energy label D. As it is a municipal monument, a definitive energy label is not required.
Tram 5 and 6 stop a few minutes walk from the house. The car can be parked on site.
Delivery takes place in consultation, but can be done in the short term.
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