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Warmoesstraat 10 IV + V 1012JD Amsterdam

Year of construction
1894
Floor space
238 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Unique property consisting of two self-contained apartments of ca. 229 m˛ in total and a roof terrace of ca. 25 m˛ with incredible views of the old city centre and Stationsplein.

The apartments situated on the fourth and fifth floor benefit from a great deal of natural light. The top floor has exceptionally high ceilings (ca. 3.9 m) and a roof terrace of ca. 25 m˛. This apartment right is own free hold land.

LAYOUT

Fourth floor: The lobby on the fourth floor is accessed via the communal staircase. The access doors of the two self-contained living spaces and the meter box are here. The right door leads to the hallway of the apartment on the fourth floor. There is space for a
wardrobe here, as well as access to all rooms.

The bathroom, with bath, toilet, shower, radiator and double hand basins, is to the left. The large bedroom with a nook for storing clothing is to the right.

The hallway leads to the open-plan kitchen and dining room, recently equipped with various integrated Bauknecht appliances, such as a combi-oven, fourburner gas cooker, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, connection point for a washing machine, and plenty of storage space. The open-plan kitchen has a high bar. You enter the dining and living room via the open-plan kitchen.

The living room boasts a modern built-in cupboard, a wood-burning open fireplace, and recessed spotlights. The apartment benefits from an incredible amount of natural light thanks to the many windows, which offer a spectacular view of Damrak and the station concourse with its stately Centraal Station.

The home on the fourth floor has authentic wooden ceiling beams and an oak floor throughout, which gives the apartment a unique ambience.

Fifth floor: The second access door leads into the hallway of the fifth-floor apartment. There is space here for a wardrobe if desired. The fixed staircase leads to the glass vestibule where there is a separate toilet with hand basin.

The living room is incredibly light thanks to skylights and high windows. The huge living room (ca. 60m˛) has a functioning wood-burning open fireplace and high ceilings of ca. 3.9 metres! Here you will find an authentic laboratory cupboard from the University of
Amsterdam’s former Faculty of Science on Plantage Muidergracht.

There are 6 of these unique cupboards in the kitchen and sleeping areas. Double doors give access to a very large roof terrace of ca. 31 m2 with views of the old city centre.

You can see through the entire ca. 25 metre home from the living room thanks to tall, authentic glass doors. The large kitchen is off the passage to the left. It is equipped with a four-burner gas cooker, a great deal of storage space, an open fireplace, and a spacious work top.

The bathroom, equipped with a bath, shower, toilet and double hand basin, is further down the passage. There is a separate area for the washing machine and dryer and there is a storage cupboard under the stairs to the above the kitchen area.
This spacious attic is situated above the kitchen area.

Towards the front of the apartment, you can find the large bedroom with an abundance of storage space and expansive views of, amongst others, the Victoria Hotel, Stationsplein – which is to be developed into a pedestrian promenade with much greenery – and
stately Amsterdam Centraal Station.

LOCATION

The location is in the middle of the vibrant city and therefore has much to offer, such as various restaurants, shops, Chinatown, the Nieuwmarkt and Damrak. The amenities of the Amsterdam city centre are all within walking and cycling distance.
Located in the vibrant city centre of Amsterdam with De Bijenkorf, Rokin, Centraal Station, Kalverstraa t andDam square within walking distance.
In short, living in the heart of the city centre and a very diverse neighbourhood.

ACCESSIBILITY
Excellent accessibility via public transport:
Train and Metro: Centraal Station is 5 minutes’ walk away.
Metro to Amsterdam Amstel: 8 minutes. Amsterdam Zuid As: 14 minutes.
Schiphol Airport: 13 minutes.
Tram lines 4, 14 and 24, and the 285 and 287 buses stop around the corner.

FEATURES
• The foundation was renovated ca. 6 years ago
• 1 unit, 2 self-contained apartments
• Fantastic views of Damrak, Stationsplein and the city centre
• Plenty of natural light
• The exterior was painted in 2019
• Authentic details
• Three wood-burning open fireplaces
• Very large and unique roof terrace
• Double glazed windows throughout
• Active Homeowners’ Association, 3/14 share in the Homeowners’ Association. Contributions amount to ca. € 357,34 per month
• Completion by arrangement
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-15
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1894

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
238 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Centre 2012 is the oldest part of Amsterdam. This area is bordered by The Singel and at the east side by the Gelderskade and the Kloveniersburgwal. The north side is bordered by the Prins Henddrikkade and the south side by the Amstel. Centre 1012 is an active area with the internationally famous hotspot ‘’the Wallen’’ as main tourist spot. Project 1012 is set up by the community to decrease criminality and degradation in this beautiful part of Amsterdam. Together with the residents, entrepreneurs and investors are trying to strengthen this area of Amsterdam with its unique character.

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