An opulent and grand villa with grandeur and allure dating back to 1920. Spacious and stylish living in a total of approximately 435 m² spread over three well-designed and bright floors and a basement. This residence features a wonderfully spacious garden all around and a south-facing terrace. Parking is available on the property, and there's even a garden house. With generous dimensions, high ceilings, a charming atmosphere, and a well-thought-out layout, this is a truly delightful family home located in one of the most desirable streets in Amsterdam South. It's situated near the Vondelpark, schools, and the British School.
This impressive home boasts an imposing staircase and a central hall with access to the cloakroom and a guest toilet. The spacious kitchen is connected to the dining room and the living room, separated by a visible gas fireplace. The kitchen features a large island and opens to the sunny garden. There is a study adjacent to the entrance. The basement offers numerous possibilities, including a complete bathroom with a sauna and a separate kitchen, making it suitable for use as a separate apartment. The first floor includes a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a balcony, as well as additional rooms. On the second floor, you'll find spacious bedrooms or offices and a central bathroom. One of the bedrooms has access to a rooftop terrace with stunning views. The attic serves as storage space and a technical area. The house is situated on a sizable plot with a sunny garden, a sheltered terrace, and parking space for two cars. Ideal for a family.
An exceptionally tranquil and leafy location right next to the Vondelpark. Living near the Vondelpark is a luxury, and it's only a 3-minute walk away via Emmaplein. This is all set in a beautiful residential area while still being very centrally located in the city. This location is easily accessible and is surrounded by all the amenities and dynamism of the city. In addition, schools are within walking and biking distance. For this property's presentation on our website, we've gathered some of the best local hotspots in the vicinity.
• Approximate living area of 435 m²
• Garden located to the south and west, approximately 242 m²
• Situated on freehold land
• On-site parking
• Garden house
Living in this beautiful part of Amsterdam is truly a privilege. The neighborhood exudes a residential atmosphere and has an attractive appearance, with many young families, seniors, and offices that make this place highly desirable. And that’s not surprising, because here you can enjoy the tranquility, while the Vondelpark, shops on the Amstelveenseweg, the Cornelis Schuytstraat, and schools are all within easy reach.
The house itself is grand and radiates character. The beautiful facade and the entrance with the impressive staircase emphasize the grandeur that you can expect in this neighborhood. What makes this house truly special is its unique design that is perpendicular to the street, making it wider than the standard houses. This allows living, dining, and cooking to be combined on one level, with direct interaction with the garden and the street. Upstairs, there are two complete floors with bedrooms and a spacious attic. This house is ideal for a family looking for extra space.
Another remarkable quality of this house is the abundance of natural light. It’s immediately noticeable as you walk through the house. The rear faces south, the windows are generous, and the living room has a beautiful rounded bay window on the west side. The basement even has a separate entrance from the street, making it ideal for office space or for use by older children, parents, or a nanny. In short, this house has everything you’re looking for in comfortable and luxurious living in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Amsterdam
Ronald van de Bijl | Real Estate Agent Broersma Residential
This beautiful residence, a masterpiece by architect G. de Wilde from 1920, exudes the rich Amsterdam School style of that era. It’s interesting to note that this style was typically applied to blocks of buildings, schools, and government buildings, but here it’s applied to an individual villa. This makes Oranje Nassaulaan 57 truly special.
The house is designed to accommodate a family, and that’s precisely what it has done for the past 20 years, and likely will again in the future. The house is perfectly suited for family life, with spacious rooms and beautiful natural light from no less than three different sun directions. This is quite unique for a property on the odd-numbered side of Oranje Nassaulaan. It feels like a place where family happiness and historical beauty come together
Living and cooking
The entrance is accessed via a stone outdoor staircase leading to a vestibule and central hall. The impressive staircase is at the heart of the house, lending it character and grandeur. From the hall, you have access to a cloakroom and a guest toilet. The spacious kitchen, situated on the garden side, is open to the dining room, which, in turn, connects to the sitting room on the street side. These spaces are separated by a gas fireplace that is visible from both sides. The kitchen, with a large island, forms the heart of the house and provides access to the garden through French doors, as well as the dining room. The front-facing sitting room features a beautiful round bay window overlooking the private garden. Thanks to the many windows and the southwestern orientation, these spaces are particularly bright and sunny. Adjacent to the entrance is a pleasant study with a built-in closet.
Sleeping and bathing
On the first floor, you’ll find the primary bedroom with an en-suite bathroom featuring a bathtub, shower, double sink, and toilet. Adjacent to the bathroom is a closet room with various built-in closets. Both rooms have access to a south-facing balcony. On the other side of the landing is an additional bedroom or media room.
The second floor offers three or four spacious bedrooms and/or offices. The centrally located bathroom has a bathtub, shower, toilet, and sink. One of the bedrooms has access to a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the street, the neighborhood, and Vondelpark.
The attic floor is accessible via a loft ladder from one of the bedrooms and is ideal as storage space for various items, as well as the location for technical installations such as the central heating boiler, boiler, and ventilation system.
Guest accommodation and outdoor space
The basement, which is also accessible through its own entrance from the street, offers many possibilities and can serve as a playroom, gym, media room, or guest room. Here, you’ll also find a complete bathroom with a sauna and a separate kitchen, allowing this space to be used separately, for example, as an apartment for parents or a nanny. There are also a storage room and a technical room.
The house is situated on a large plot of 500 m², with a beautifully landscaped south and west-facing garden that gets sun throughout the day. The sheltered terrace by the kitchen enjoys most of the sun during the day. The side garden on the west side is currently designed as a staircase and play area. There is parking space for up to two cars on the private property via the driveway on Sophialaan.
The combination of all living spaces on one level with an adjacent terrace and sunny garden, including on-site parking, makes this the perfect family home.
An exceptionally tranquil and leafy location right next to the Vondelpark. Living near the Vondelpark is a luxury, accessible via Emmaplein just 3 minutes away. All of this is situated in a beautiful residential area while still being very central in the city. This location is easily accessible and surrounded by all the amenities and dynamics of a major city. Additionally, schools are within walking and biking distance.
Easily accessible via exits S109 and S106 near the Ring A10 highway, and within cycling distance of WTC station and the Zuid-As business district. Public transportation is readily available in the immediate vicinity on Zeilstraat, Overtoom, and Koninginneweg.
The private driveway offers space for parking two cars. Furthermore, parking is possible through a permit system, and there is often ample parking available on the street. The current estimated waiting time for a permit is 9 months (source: Municipality of Amsterdam, October 2023)