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Vondelstraat 152 1054GT Amsterdam

Asking price € 3.150.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
322 m²
Number of rooms
Lot size
167 m²


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This unique town house is situated on the prestigious and very calm and quiet Vondelstraat on freehold land. The house has a large garden that is 9.75 metres deep and 6.55 meters wide and borders on the inner courtyard of the Hollandse Manege, the oldest riding school in the Netherlands.
The house was built in 1878 and the foundation was renewed in 2011. The house has four floors and a living surface of 322m2 (in accordance with NEN2580). With 9 rooms, of which 4 are currently in use as bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 2 (open) kitchens it is extremely suitable as a family home.
The exceptional location of the house in the Vondelstraat with direct access to the Vondelpark across the street, provides a lovely and quiet living environment and plenty of privacy, in the middle of the most beautiful cultural and historical sites of Amsterdam.


The building forms part of a block of 6 nearly identical town houses. There is an entrance to the beautiful Vondelpark across from the house. Despite its popularity, the street has always maintained its tranquil ambiance.
The Vondelstraat is easily accessible by car, bicycle, and public transport. There are various shops, restaurants, bars, and supermarkets within walking distance. Cultural sites such as the Van Gogh museum, Rijksmuseum and the Concert Hall can also be reached on foot.
There are ample opportunities for children to play outside in the Vondelstraat and the park. Various well-reputed primary and secondary schools can be reached easily on foot or by bike.


Bel-etage (ground floor): entrance and hall with marble floors and panelling, swinging doors with stained glass giving access to a spacious hall with stairs and beautiful banister, toilet. The en-suite living room is nearly 15m deep and the ceilings height is 3.37m. The traditional quarter-sawed oak floor is in very good condition and the ceilings contain lovely ornaments. The open kitchen provides access to a balcony with wooden stairs leading to the garden.

Souterrain (basement): hall, toilet, small bathroom with shower and sink, charming open kitchen at the front. On the garden side a large room that is nearly 10 metres deep which can be used for various purposes. Access to the garden by means of double doors. The whole souterrain is equipped with floor heating and the ceiling height is 2.40m.

First floor: spacious hallway with toilet, charming traditional living room with double doors at the front to a sunny balcony. Spacious bedroom at the back with a lovely conservatory with a view to the inner courtyard of the riding school. Bathroom adjacent to the bedroom with a corner bath, shower and double sink and access to a small terrace via double doors. Ceiling height on the first floor is 3.62m and there is a French oak floor throughout the whole first floor.

Second floor (under the roof): hallway, spacious bedroom at the back and built-in wardrobe with three doors, large bedroom at the front with magnificent old beams up to the top of the room with a large built-in wardrobe. The bedroom on the front provides access to the practical attic which currently contains the heating installation; however, there is still plenty of room for storage. Dated bathroom with shower, toilet, single sink and washing machine and dryer connections.


- Freehold, plot of 167m2
- Living surface 322m2, measurement report NEN 2580 available
- Year of construction 1878
- Foundation renewed in 2011
- View of the Vondelpark
- Good state of maintenance both inside and outside, gutters replaced in 2017 and front gutter in 2020, painting exterior 2020, Heating 2019
- Partially equipped with double glazing
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Floor space
322 m²
Lot size
167 m²


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MVA neighbourhood information: Vondelbuurt

The Vondelparkbuurt is a neighbourhood between the Overtoom and the Vondelpark. This area has an appealing residential area with several big houses on favorable locations. The housing prices are high but that doesn’t stop many people from settling down in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a lot of inhabitants with a high income level, and a low percentage of ethnic people. The most western part of this neighbourhood the Zochterstraat and the Frederikstraat can be compared with the Cremerbuurt.

Vondelstraat 152 1054GT Amsterdam

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