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Van Eeghenstraat 110 B 1071GM Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.950.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
93 m²
Number of rooms


Unique 2-bedroom apartment of approx. 93 m2 on the second floor. The lift brings you straight into the apartment where you will be struck by the magnificent views of the Vondelpark. The ceiling height of 3.5 m and the many high windows give this apartment a unique atmosphere. The apartment was completely renovated with premium-quality materials in 2021 to offer all the mod-cons and luxury you may wish for. The building is situated on freehold land.

The apartment is located in the beautiful, tree-lined Van Eeghenstraat, bordering the Vondelpark in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid. The Vondelpark opened its gates to the public in 1865. Its realisation was an initiative of several wealthy Amsterdam residents, including Pieter van Eeghen, who was the Managing Director of the National Bank of the Netherlands at the time. To raise money for the park, the area south of the park, including the current Van Eeghenstraat, was developed as a new, leafy residential area for wealthy Amsterdam residents who wanted to move out of the polluted city centre.

The second floor can be reached via the stairwell or with the lift that opens directly inside the apartment. The wonderfully bright living room overlooks the park and offers spectacular views. The high doors to the French balcony provide a great connection with the greenery and the park, and the many windows and high ceilings ensure that the natural light flows in beautifully.

The exclusive kitchen offers high walnut units, matt grey fronts, and a light-coloured Dekton worktop. The built-in appliances include a large fridge, a freezer, an oven, a Bora induction hob with integrated extraction system, a dishwasher, a climatised wine cabinet, and a Quooker tap.

The charming master bedroom lies at the front has access to a southeast-facing balcony. The bedroom is certainly large enough to fit a large double bed and wardrobes. The stunning bay window could be furnished as an additional small study area.

The luxuriously finished bathroom has a central position in the apartment. The bathroom benefits from natural light and features a bath, a double washbasin unit, a large walk-in shower, and a toilet. The second, separate toilet is accessed from the hall.

The second, generously sized bedroom would also be perfect as a study/guest room.

The entire apartment has beautiful oak herringbone parquet flooring with underfloor heating and includes air conditioning, a lift, a video/intercom system, peak cooling, an alarm system, and downlights. The electricity, climate control, and lighting are also linked to the domotics system.
The Beethovenstraat, Van Baerlestraat, and the P.C. Hooftstraat – with many exclusive brands, boutiques and great food shops – are considered the most beautiful shopping streets in Amsterdam. Even closer to home, in the Cornelis Schuijtstraat and along the Willemsparkweg, you will find plenty of luxury boutiques and other shops as well, such as wine merchants, butchers, and greengrocers for your daily groceries.
The area also includes plenty of renowned restaurants, sociable cafés, and great lunch places. The Royal Concertgebouw and world-famous museums like the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum are all within walking distance.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
93 m²


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Van Eeghenstraat 110 B 1071GM Amsterdam

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