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icon surface 470m²
icon land 251m²
icon price € 3.950.000 k.k.
icon type Terraced house
icon rooms 10 Bedrooms

Description

Stately home on the Apollolaan of 470 m2 with an exceptional facade of 10 meters wide, spread over four floors with spacious garden of 112 square meters facing south. On the fourth floor there is also a roof terrace of 57 square meters.

The property was built in 1931 and is a protected townscape. The facade width immediately draws attention when you walk through the portal of the stately front door. The property is from the construction with spacious entrance hall with stairwell to the top floor. From the skylight on the fourth floor, the light will also reach the ground floor through the voids on the various floors.
Currently here is the dental practice but there is an excellent outcome for the creation of a living / dining floor of 10 meters wide and 120 square meters. From the future open kitchen with cooking island you through sliding doors to the spacious garden on the South.

The basement area of 65 m2 lends itself as a perfect laundry and storage room.

The generous staircase leads to the landing on the first floor. Here is now the living floor and can be realized as floor where the master bedroom is located with dressing room and bathroom en suite. From the future spacious bedroom you have a view of the Apollolaan and the spacious backyard. Obviously on this floor of 120 square meters more than enough space to create 4 separate bedrooms and a luxury bathroom with bath, double sink and double shower.

Also on the third floor by means of the skylight and the landing is a sea of space and light.
Currently this floor is divided into 4 bedrooms. Of which the master bedroom is connected to the bathroom en suite which runs into the dressing room. The bedrooms at the rear of the property have a linked balcony of 8 meters wide.

The top floor can be used as a bedroom but is also a nice space to make a play / work room with pantry. This floor is in fact ideal to use as extra living space by its urban roof terrace of 56 square meters. Also this terrace is located on the South with the possibility of a large dining table with seating area. The current layout features a kitchen and bathroom.

Surroundings:
A house with a width of 10 meters and 470 square meters in the middle of the Beethoven neighborhood. You will live on the characteristic and well known Apollolaan, with around the corner the Beethovenstraat. An exceptional street in Amsterdam which is equipped with many opportunities for daily shopping such as Albert Heijn, Marqt, the vegetable jeweller and the Hergo.

Also here are fine restaurants such as Ferilli's and Bar Kaspar. The stately building is within walking distance of the Concertgebouw and Rijksmuseum. It is also close to the van Baerlestraat, Pieter Cornelisz. Hooftstraat and the Cornelis Schuytstraat, which is adjacent to the Vondelpark.

Remarks:
- An exceptional family home with south facing back garden on the Apollolaan.
- Lots of light through lofts and a roof light
- Opening doors from the living floor to the garden
- Possibility to create 10 bedrooms
- Basement of 65 square meters with laundry room.
- South facing garden of 112 square meters
- Ground lease AB 1994, application is made, indication of redemption price Perpetual is € 294,000
- MVA leasehold analysis available
- Annual canon is indexed every 5 years and is currently € 7.774,39. Current term runs until 2051
- Delivery in consultation

*****English translation*****

Stately building on the Apollolaan of 470 m2 with an exceptional facade of 10 meters wide, spread over four floors with a spacious garden of 112 square meters on the South. There is also a roof terrace of 57 square meters on the fourth floor.

The property was built in 1931 and is a protected townscape. The width of the facade immediately attracts attention when you walk through the portal of the stately front door. The building has been equipped with a spacious entrance hall with stairwell up to the top floor. From the skylight on the fourth floor, the light will also reach the ground floor through the voids on the various floors.
The dental practice is currently located here, but there is an excellent solution for creating a living floor of 10 meters wide and 120 square meters. From the future open kitchen with cooking island you have access to the spacious garden on the South through the French doors.

The 65 m2 basement room lends itself as the perfect laundry room and storage space.

The spacious staircase takes you to the landing on the first floor. The living floor is now located here and can be realized as a floor where the master bedroom is located with dressing room and bathroom en suite. From the future spacious bedroom you have a view of the Apollolaan and the spacious backyard. Of course, on this 120 square meter floor there is more than enough space to create 4 separate bedrooms and a luxurious bathroom with bath, double sink and double shower.
Also on the third floor there is a ??space and light through the skylight and the landing.
Currently this floor is divided into 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom is connected to the bathroom en suite that continues into the dressing room. The bedrooms at the rear of the building have a connected balcony of 8 meters wide.

The top floor can be used as a bedroom but is also a nice space to make a play / work room with pantry. This floor is ideal to use as extra living space due to its urban roof terrace of no less than 56 square meters. This terrace is also located on the South with the possibility of a large dining table with sitting area. The current layout has a kitchen with bathroom.

Surroundings:
A house with a width of 10 meters and 470 square meters in the middle of the Beethoven neighborhood. You will live on the characteristic and well-known Apollolaan, with Beethovenstraat around the corner. An exceptional street in Amsterdam that is equipped with many opportunities for daily shopping such as Albert Heijn, Marqt, the vegetable jeweler and the Hergo.

There are also fine restaurants such as Ferillis and Bar Kaspar here. The stately building is within walking distance of the Concert building and the Rijksmuseum. Also near the van Baerlestraat, Pieter Cornelisz. Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat, adjacent to the Vondelpark.
Particularities:
- An exceptional family home with a backyard and roofterrace facing South on the Apollolaan.
- Plenty of light through vide's and a skylight
- French doors from the living floor to the garden
- Possibility to create 10 bedrooms
- Cellar of 65 square meters with laundry room.
- South-facing garden of 112 square meters
- Annual lease payments AB 1994, application has been made, indication lump sum Perpetual is € 294,000
- MVA Leasehold Analysis available
- Annual canon is indexed 5 years and is currently € 7,774.39. Current time period runs to 2051
- Delivery in consultation
Amsterdam Region

Makelaarskantoor Carla van den Brink

phone +31 (0)20 671 72 72
mail amsterdam@R365.nl
Pieter Joep van den Brink
Pieter Joep van den Brink
amsterdam@r365.nl

Details

Transfer
Price
€ 3.950.000 k.k.
Status
Available
Acceptance
in consultation
Build
House type
Town house, Terraced house
Build type
Existing
Build year
1931-1944
Maintenance inside
Good
Maintenance outside
Good
Particulars
Protected town view
Surface and volume
Living surface
470m²
Plot surface
251m²
Volume
1583m³
Layout
Rooms
22
Bedrooms
10
Floors
5
Facilities
Mechanical ventilation, Skyline
Energy
Insulation
Partial insulated glazing, Fully isolated
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Location
In residental area, Clear view
Garden
Backyard
Backyard
South, 112m², 1003×1194cm
Shed
Free standing, wood
Garage
Apollolaan 121

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