EXCLUSIVE FORMER “HEERENHUIS” MANSION IN A SOUGHT-AFTER AREA IN A’DAM-ZUID
At the heart of Apollo district in Amsterdam, in Zuid borough, is this exceptional 7-room home that is
part of a unique collection of homes designed by prolific architect Eduard Cuypers in 1925. The
property, including the basement, spans four levels. At the rear, facing south, is a well-kept secret: an
expansive courtyard garden with English landscaping. The garden is a quiet haven amidst the hustle
and bustle of the city, its countless trees offer ultimate privacy. The spacious sun terrace, which
overlooks the courtyard garden and Veroneseplantsoen square, can be accessed both from the living
room and the kitchen.
Due to the coronavirus we schedule our viewings with maxium 2 persons. In addition, we offer virtual viewings of the property.
Titiaanstraat, directly behind Apollolaan, is a low-traffic street in an excellent location: within walking
distance of the shops and restaurants on both Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat. The
property is also nearby Vondelpark and Beatrixpark, in addition to several green squares.
Zuidas and Station Zuid WTC are also within a mere stone's throw of the house, and accessibility by
car and public transportation is excellent. Residents may currently still apply for two parking permits
per address, without a waiting list.
Amsterdam's best schools, including a number of elementary schools, secondary schools and British
School are in the immediate vicinity, as is a wide selection of sports amenities.
The basement, with a reinforced concrete foundation, can also be accessed from the courtyard garden
and features an office area with a kitchen. There is also a separate bicycle parking area. Spanning
approximately 64 sqm of extra space, the basement's floor area has not been included in the overall
number of square meters of the property.
Ground floor: the entrance opens to the foyer, through to the hall and the coat area. The hall opens to
the living room, the kitchen, and includes the stairs to the first floor and to the basement. The
magnificently bright living room with French doors to the terrace, showcases features including a
fireplace, built-in bookcase and herringbone parquet flooring.
The first-floor landing leads to the main bedroom (spanning the full length of the house), with a
balcony at the rear which overlooks the courtyard garden. This bedroom also connects to the first
bathroom with a bathtub, walk-in shower, toilet and double vanity. The second bedroom - currently
used as a study - is at the front.
The second-floor landing accesses three more bedrooms (one of which is now used as the laundry
room), and the second bathroom with a shower and toilet.
The storage attic is above the second floor and can be accessed via a hatch. This attic can be
converted into a fully functional fifth floor.
Every level, with the exception of the ground floor, features multiple fitted closets and storage areas.
The house is on ground lease land owned by the Municipality of Amsterdam. The current lease period
came into effect on January 13, 2003 and ends on January 15, 2053. Subject to the general terms and
conditions for continuous ground lease from 1915. The lease is prepaid until the end of the current
The seller has applied for the offer from the Municipality of Amsterdam for everlasting ground lease
under the favorable conditions in place until 31-12-2019, and is awaiting the final offer.
- Fabulous family home in a leafy, family-friendly area.
- NEN measurement survey available: 215 sqm residential floor area, 63.94 sqm further indoor
space, 28.9 sqm building-related outdoor space.
- Heating and warm water: privately owned central heating unit.
- Closing upon mutual agreement.
"This information was drafted with due care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor any consequences related thereto. All given measurements and dimensions are indicative only. The general terms and conditions of the NVM apply."
''This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker"
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