A spacious and bright waterfront home; an experience. Expansive, modern and with a comfortable floorplan, a multi-functional layout that makes it possible to not only live here, but also work from home. With a total of seven rooms, including an extra-spacious main floor that spans 163 sqm on the ground floor that cascades through to the waterfront garden. The home checks all the boxes of Amsterdam country living.
The property has on-lot private parking for two cars. The double front door opens to a spacious, open-plan hall with a wonderful line of sight to the living room. There is also a second door to the pantry.
The entrance accesses several rooms. The ground-floor level spans over 163 sqm. Facing the street: the pantry/hobby room, a study, coat area and guest restroom. The spacious, slightly sunken Bulthaup kitchen is open-plan relative to the living room. And large French doors invite you to relax in the front garden. On the way to the living room, pass by the centrally positioned staircase where daylight pours in through the skylight. The enormous glass rear facade spans the full 8.80 m width of the living room and opens to the garden and the terrace through to the water.
The room's expansive dimensions allow for the creation of several seating areas. The indoor-outdoor flow is unparalleled, with a view of the greenery, the reeds and the water.
The most striking, and most comfortable, feature of this level is the central stairwell and its surrounding gallery. Ensuring that despite the size of the house, it is still an inviting space that encourages interaction. The gallery accesses four bedrooms. The owners' suite consists of a spacious bedroom with a connecting dressing room that, in turn, leads through to a bright, beautiful bathroom. The other three bedrooms are ideal children's bedrooms or can be appointed as an extra study. These rooms share a second bathroom and a separate restroom. At both the front and the rear, there are two large roof decks.
The outdoor space. Experience the water.
At the front, the outdoor space consists of a terrace that is used both for parking as a spot to enjoy the sunshine. This is also where you will find the front door of the house.
At the rear, off the living room, is a private garden that flows through into public greenery with an embankment down to the reeds and the water. Here, the private jetty features a swimming ladder and room for two boats. The water is deep enough for boats to pass by, and you can dive into the water for a refreshing dip. Slap on your skates in the winter and explore the area on ice. The house also includes two fabulous large roof decks. The result is a spacious upstairs level that opens to the outdoors.
Built in 2009, designed by architect C. van Dillen. A spacious and extremely bright home with large skylights and glass facades. The exterior of the home features sleek, symmetrical planes and windows. Its light, height and space make this home a true eye-catcher.
The property is in impeccable condition. Major maintenance work has been done to the window frames and the roof. The underfloor heating is connected to a heat pump (geothermal heat). The home is well-insulated throughout. Due to modern building materials the home is extremely energy efficient and has been awarded an energy label A++ (so that many banks offer a sustainability discount on the mortgage.)
Situated on IJburg's Gold Coast. On the leafy and cool side of Kleine Rieteiland, on a quiet, low-traffic stretch of Lisdoddelaan. A highly sought-after residential neighborhood, with a wide 'green tunnel' waterway at the rear. Around the corner from stunning Diemerpark, the ideal place to walk, exercise or play. ‘Blijburg’ beach is within walking distance of the property.
Nearby a shopping center for groceries and excellent delis for special occasions. IJburg offers countless options in terms of sports, with field hockey and soccer clubs, an equestrian center, tennis, canoeing and (wind)surf options. Boating enthusiasts can dock their own boat at their own private jetty at the rear of the backyard.
There are numerous restaurants and cafes in the area to choose from. IJburg is also home to good primary and secondary schools.
The parking options
On-lot parking available, with room for two cars.
Excellent accessibility by car via two access roads to the A10, A9 and A1. Good and quick bicycle route over Amsterdam-Rijnkanaal via Watergraafsmeer toward the city center. Public transportation stops at 5 minutes' walking distance on IJburglaan, with frequent tram service to Central Station (bike transportation allowed) and multiple bus stops.
• Usable residential floor area appr. 246 sqm
• Extremely expansive main floor with a fireplace and semi-open plan kitchen, four bedrooms and/or study and two bathrooms on the first floor
• Large pantry /storage/ hobby space and a separate study on the ground floor
• Centrally positioned staircase with abundant daylight that pours in through the skylight
• Oak parquet flooring
• Deep, sunny northeast-facing garden with a private jetty and room for two boats
• Open waterway to IJmeer lake
• Southwest-facing front garden
• Two large, sun-drenched roof decks
• Alarm system
• Optic fiber
• Situated on ground lease land owned by the Municipality of Amsterdam. Subject to the GT&C 2016, the current lease period is prepaid until February 28, 2058. The notarial deed of conversion to everlasting ground lease with an annual lease for after 2058 has been signed.
• MVA-ground lease analysis available
• Underfloor heating and energy label A++
• Extremely low energy costs (approximately €100 p.m.) due to the heat pump (geothermal heat)
• On-lot parking for two cars
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