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Van Eeghenstraat 184 1071GM Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.950.000 

Year of construction
1905
Floor space
111 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

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Beautiful and High-End Apartment by the Vondelpark of approx 120m2 (including large balcony).

Located in a popular complex with an elevator and a private parking garage. The apartment has been very stylishly renovated together with the well-known interior architect Marcel Wolterinck, and finished with high quality materials and care. After which the apartment’s styling has been done together with Hillen Design.
At the front of the apartment you can open the doors and you have an unobstructed view over the park

Layout
Through the entrance of the complex, which is only accessed by means of a key tag, you can take the elevator to the desired floor. From there you enter the house through your own front door, which is very spacious due to the 3.70m high ceilings. You enter the hall where you will find a wardrobe, toilet and a laundry room.
Through the large sliding doors you enter the living area. The luxurious custom-made Gaggenau kitchen with marble worktop is equipped with induction hob, Quooker, a very wide oven and is connected to the living room. Attached to the marble kitchen block is a very exclusive Canadian dining table which is sunk in barnwood and framed with epoxy.
This creates a spacious feeling that goes hand in hand with the high ceilings and the large amount of light. Through the sliding doors behind the kitchen you walk to the bedroom. First you pass the beautiful bathroom which, like the kitchen, is finished with marble. The bathroom is also equipped with a double sink, a bath and a shower. In the corner of the bedroom you find the spacious walk-in closet. The bedroom is also equipped with a separate toilet. Finally, in the extension of the bedroom you have a south-facing balcony of no less than 8m2.

Location:
The neighborhood offers a wide range of exclusive shops, restaurants, and cultural facilities such as the concert hall and the museum square with, among other things, the Rijksmuseum and van Gogh museum and lots of greenery with the Vondelpark literally on the doorstep. In short, everything is within a short walking / cycling distance.
The quiet, almost village-like neighborhood is also very child-friendly. The best schools in Amsterdam, including a number of primary schools, secondary schools and the British School can be found in the immediate vicinity.
The Van Eeghenstraat is easily accessible both by car and by public transport. Several tram and bus stops are within walking distance and within minutes you are on the Ring A-10.

Particularities.
- Parking garage (in the building) for sale for €175.000,-
- In accordance with nen2580 the house has 111m2 and a terrace of 7.5m2
- Conveniently located in Amsterdam South near various shopping streets such as Cornelis Schuytstraat, Van Baerlestraat and PC Hooftstraat.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2019-11-15
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
1905

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
111 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

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Van Eeghenstraat 184 1071GM Amsterdam

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