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Jan Luijkenstraat 34 - III Amsterdam, Oud Zuid

This apartment is sold

Description

Beautiful double upper house with 158m2 of internal space located on the third and fourth floor of a building of character, with great width and high ceilings. The house features a spectacular split level roof terrace arrangement – with the top terrace looking out over the Rijksmuseum. This is a beautiful building constructed at the turn of the 20 century, is in the Museum Quarter of Amsterdam...

Features

Type of house/apartment
Apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement
Service costs
€   132 p/m
Year of construction
1897
Neighbourhood
Oud Zuid
Location
On a quiet road, In a residential neighbourhood

Description

Beautiful double upper house with 158m2 of internal space located on the third and fourth floor of a building of character, with great width and high ceilings. The house features a spectacular split level roof terrace arrangement – with the top terrace looking out over the Rijksmuseum.

This is a beautiful building constructed at the turn of the 20 century, is in the Museum Quarter of Amsterdam South - one of Amsterdam's most sought after locations. The grand scale of the street's architectural designs are reflected in this well-proportioned building.

The apartment has been renovated creatively and imaginatively to a high standard to open it up into a bright, modern and very spacious split level apartment.

Living area
You enter via a classic communal entrance with a traditional, red carpeted staircase which remains faithful to the Dutch decoration and design - preserving the original features from wood carved designs to stained-glass windows, with a mosaic tiled hallway floor and lit by a magnificent glass chandelier.

The entrance to the house is on the second floor with a hallway for coats etc, from which the stairs lead up into the spacious open plan living area. With high ceilings and three large front windows, the stiunning open kitchen features an elegant black stone effect kitchen top with in-built burners, beautiful storytiles and high quality kitchen appliances.

Upstairs - sleeping arrangements, bathrooms & terraces
To the rear are two quiet bedrooms looking out over the gardens of Jan Luijkenstraat:
• a master double bedroom with wooden floors, two large windows, a fireplace, mantelpiece arrangement, walk in wardrobe and plenty of storage above; and
• a smaller children's bedroom or study.

Both are served by a centrally located designed shower room with underfloor heating and a separate loo.

From the living room a modern open oak staircase leads upstairs. The entire 4th floor has been designed as an open-plan bedroom (which could be made into 2 rooms) with original beams, a cast iron bath and copper standing taps. A glass walled, copper-piped shower (with excellent water pressure) sits alongside a separate loo. From the extension to the original bedroom French windows open onto a large (28m2) L-shaped terrace at the back of the house. The oak steps of the internal staircase lead up to the mangnificant (48m2) top terrace on the roof.

The roof terrace has all day sun and a magnificent view of the Rijksmuseum.

The Surrounding Area
This apartment is in a fantastic locatiokn. Jan Luijkenstraat is a stone's throw from the Museumplein, as well as the Rijksmuseum, the Concertgebouw, the Van Gogh and Stedelijk Museums. A short walk outside takes you to the beautiful nearby Vondelpark. PC Hooftstraat, running parallel, is Amsterdam's most famous luxury shopping street - one where you will find many of the world's most beautiful brands. There are a rich variety of cafes and restaurants in the immediate vicinity. With museums, schools, sports facilities and associations within easy reach, transport links here are excellent - the Rijks and Museumplein transport stops offer direct links and quick journeys throughout the city, as well as to Schipol airport and Amsterdam's Zuidas financial center - only 12 minutes away. There is good access to the A-10 ring road and parking permits are currently immediately available on application, without a waiting list, giving use of extensive street parking outside as well as the Museumplein underground car park

Features:
Underfloor heating in the main room, shower and kitchen areas;
Automatic light sensors in the common areas;
Newly installed Feenstra alarm system;
WIFI throughout the apartment;
Water pressure pump;



Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   132 p/m
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1897
Roof covering
flat roof
Roof material
bituminous roofing

Surface Area and Volume

Usage area Living
158 m²
Building-related outside
84 m²
Gross volume
536 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
3
Number of bathrooms
2
Facilities bathroom
Shower, Washbasin
Facilities bathroom
Bathtub, Shower, Washbasin
Facilities
alarm system

Energy

insulation
HR-glas
Heating type
boiler
Hot water
boiler
Boiler year
2019
Property boiler
Freehold property

Land registry details

Municipality
Amsterdam
Section
R
Index number
4
Lot
7140
Ownership structure
Leasehold
Location
On a quiet road, In a residential neighbourhood

Parking

Type of parking
Paid parking, Parking permits

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