A single-level home on one of Amsterdam's most beautiful squares!
Street entrance to the building. The stairwell is at the end of a long corridor. The front door to the apartment is on the first floor.
Raised ground-floor level
Front door to a spacious hall with a coat area and restroom. The hall features an indoor window with a beautiful view through to the front. This window also allows for natural daylight in the hall. The living room with a dining area spans the full right-hand side of the apartment and features a frontage of nearly 6 meters. At the front, two large windows offer a beautiful view of the Frederiksplein park. At the rear, there are windows with a view of the garden. To the left, there is a spacious bedrooms at the front with a connecting bathroom. This bathroom is equipped with a walk-in shower, bathtub, double vanity and a closet with the fittings for the laundry station. Facing the garden, the L-layout kitchen is fitted with a range of appliances. The kitchen opens to a large balcony with steps down to the garden.
Stairs in the hall lead down to the basement. This space is divided into two rooms, divided by two fitted wardrobe walls. There is a street-level window at the front, and French doors to the terrace at the rear, with steps to the garden.
The apartment is in a sought-after neighborhood: at the heart of historic Amsterdam, yet away from the masses.
The area is characterized by elegant homes that were built in the time of the 1883 world fair - a period that was described beautifully in the Dutch novel Publieke Werken, by Thomas Rosenboom. Utrechtsestraat boasts an excellent and diverse range of boutiques, delis, restaurants, shops, coffee salons and sidewalk cafes.
The central location in the city has many advantages. By car, there are numerous routes out of the city, and the property is easy to drive to. By bike, the entire city is easily accessible. The neighborhood borders on De Pijp on one side - within walking distance of Albert Cuyp market - and Oost to the other. Trams and the metro stop on Weesperstraat, offering service to both Central Station and Amstel Station within 10 minutes.
The ca. 132 sqm backyard faces west, so that there is ample direct sun exposure in the afternoon and evening. The garden is beautifully landscaped and features several terraces and a wide variety of evergreen plants, flowering shrubs and trees. Due to its width and length, the garden offers both privacy as the opportunity to enjoy the sunshine.
• Usable residential floor area approximately 166 sqm
• West-facing garden spanning approximately 132 sqm
• Freehold property
• Municipal monument
• Monthly HOA service charges of € 276