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Van Breestraat 153 III 1071ZM Amsterdam, Oud-Zuid

Asking price € 2.350.000 k.k.

Year of construction
1902
Floor space
180 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Spectacular, double upstairs residence of approx. 180 m2 plus a large roof terrace offering 360° views. The beautiful building, renovated to a very high standard, lies on freehold land in the heart of the Museum Quarter in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid. This impressive residence is around the corner of the Cornelis Schuytstraat and offers quality and refinement in every small detail. The property was entirely and elegantly renovated in 2019, resulting in a unique and exclusive interior with large open spaces, high ceilings, lots of natural light, beautiful natural stone and bespoke features, a custom-made lighting plan, and a premium-quality finish. This spectacular residence offers nothing but high-quality and exclusive living. The layout includes comfortable living spaces, including a large living room, an exceptional kitchen-diner, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large roof terrace offering 360° views of Amsterdam-Zuid. Additional features such as air conditioning throughout the entire residence, the zoned underfloor heating system, insulating glazing (HR++), and a lighting plan that allows for setting various separate lighting scenes, ensure even more comfort. The building itself is also in top condition. The foundation was restored in 2004, and the façade was cleaned and then regrouted with an extruded joint technique in 2019. Furthermore, the renovation works included the replacement of all lead and zinc elements, new roofing, the outside paintwork, and restoring the natural stone at the entrance. Living at Van Breestraat 153-III means exclusive living in an oasis of luxury and comfort in a premium location in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid.

The area offers all the amenities one may need. The Cornelis Schuytstraat is right around the corner and the Royal Concertgebouw, the Museumplein, the Vondelpark, and the P.C. Hooftstraat are all within easy walking distance. And this is exactly why the area is one of the most popular and coveted locations in Amsterdam.

Layout:
Entrance
The welcoming entrance, with the beautiful staircase made of exclusive natural stone, leads to the private entrance to the residence on the second floor. Here, you find a cloak area and the staircase to the third floor. The entire stairwell, from the ground floor to the roof terrace, is finished in the same style and materials.

Third floor
First, you reach the vestibule with bespoke closets and the guest toilet, which has a natural stone wall and lavatory, black cast flooring and plastered walls. Double glass-in-steel pivot doors give access to the living quarters, comprising a wonderful living room and an impressive kitchen-diner. This floor has herringbone oak flooring with a decorative border and brass strip; a beautiful bespoke cabinet unit along the wall, with separate compartments, lighting and drawers; a gas-fuelled fireplace; and a built-in 65-inch TV. The bespoke cabinets continue very stylishly into the kitchen, which includes an oak-veneered wall unit, an impressive back-lit natural stone island plus breakfast bar, and various built-in appliances (Miele), such as an induction hob, an extraction unit integrated into the ceiling, a fridge, a climatised wine cabinet, a freezer, two washing machines, an oven plus a combi-oven/microwave, a Quooker tap, and a Dornbracht tap. The dining area is certainly big enough for a large dining table. The façade at the back includes large, Minimal Design, (sliding) panels with sun-reflecting HR++ safety glass.

Fourth floor
A landing with a toilet – again with a natural stone back wall, matt black cast flooring, and a design washstand –, a laundry closet and additional storage space. The master bedroom suite features a bespoke room divider with open compartments, drawers, integrated lighting, and a built-in TV; a walk-in closet with a skylight; and a glass-in-steel pivot door leading to the en-suite bathroom featuring a double walk-in shower – finished with a splendid back wall in natural stone in a so-called ‘book-matched’ pattern – two back-lit natural stone washbasin units, a free-standing bath, matt black cast flooring, underfloor heating, Dornbracht taps, and a skylight. The second bedroom includes a bespoke wall cabinet with integrated lighting, a built-in TV, and an integrated desk. The third, comfortable bedroom with a similar bespoke wall cabinet with lighting and a desk. The second bathroom, featuring matt black cast flooring, underfloor heating, a toilet, a washbasin unit, and a large walk-in shower, also with a stunning natural stone back wall in a ‘book-matched’ pattern. The fourth floor is also finished with oak herringbone flooring with a decorative border and brass strip.

Roof terrace
Large roof terrace of approx. 56 m2, featuring a roof cabin with a natural stone pantry with a fridge plus freezer compartment, a jacuzzi, and a sliding wall. The weight of the jacuzzi was included in the renovation plans in 2019. The composite wood-look floorboards and coated aluminium fencing with broad bannisters ensure that the roof terrace requires very little maintenance.

Features:
-The separate pieces of furniture can be included in the price.
-Freehold land.
-The entire property was completely renovated to a very high standard in 2019.
-NEFIT HR CW6 central heating/boiler unit (2019).
-Underfloor heating can be set separately per room via Honeywell Evohome.
-Bticino video/intercom system, which can be operated via a smartphone.
-Both the communal entrance door and the private entrance have an automated closing system. Keyless entry option.
-Air conditioning throughout the entire residence (Mitsubishi).
-Multiple Nest smoke alarms.
-All bespoke pieces of furniture are professionally made and finished with sprayed oak veneer.
-Dark-coloured oak herringbone flooring with a decorative border and brass strip on both floors.
-All oak interior doors have invisible hinges.
-Formani by Piet Boon fittings on all interior doors and window frames.
-The service charges are €133,33 per month
-Transfer date in consultation.

Measurements according to the NEN2580 standards. This Measurement Instruction allows for a more uniform measuring method to give a sound indication of the available usable surface area. The Measuring Instruction does not wholly exclude differences in measuring results caused by differences in interpretation, rounding, or limitations during the execution of the measurements.

This information has been compiled with the utmost care. However, we are under no circumstances liable for omissions, inaccuracies (actual or otherwise), or for any result thereof. All given dimensions and surface areas are indicative. The buyer is obliged to investigate all issues that they deem to be important. With respect to this property, we operate as the real estate agent on behalf of the vendor. We recommend that you employ the services of an NVM/MVA estate agent as they have the expert knowledge to advise you during the purchase process. Should you not wish to use any professional support, then the law deems you sufficiently competent to oversee all affairs and issues that must be taken into account. The NVM General Consumer Terms and Conditions are applicable.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   133 p/m
Entry date
2021-9-10
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
1902

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
180 m²
Volume
614 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
3
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