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Sold Amsterdam

Konijnenstraat 16 B

icon surface 308m²
icon price € 2.600.000 k.k.
icon type Up and downstairs house
icon rooms 4 Bedrooms

Description

In the very special former monastery complex "The Providence" with its rich history, is located this unique residence of no less than 308 m2. This beautiful apartment was architecturally remodeled in 2017 to the wishes of the owner who could practice his artistic profession in his home studio. The base of the house is robust and modern and finished with high-quality materials in accordance with our time, however, the eccentric details in the house give this house just the atmosphere that makes it both unique and spectacular. The supporting structure poles are sheathed with carved totem poles from West Papua, and the height of the loft is further emphasized by the 5-meter-high totem pole that stands out beautifully in the daylight from the large windows.

The current aesthetic finish is very basic and will need to be converted to contemporary comfort. This means that the house is ready for an aesthetic renovation where a very efficient layout can be made on the second floor that can be finished to your own taste and desire. There is also the possibility to enlarge the attic floor which will create more square meters. The attached Artist Impressions give a very good idea of the possibilities of the house.
Besides the fact that the upper floors must be finished aesthetically, the home already has the desirable comforts to offer. For example, there is access to an indoor parking garage with space for 2 cars, there is a platform elevator to the second floor, a wide and sunny garden facing southeast (approximately 76 m2), renewed foundation in 2017, renewed plumbing and electricity, well insulated, own land and there are currently already a hybrid heat pump and solar panels.

Layout:
The house is located on the first floor, second floor and attic floor and has the following layout:

First floor:
Entrance, modern vestibule, hallway, entry into the very spacious and bright living room with loft on the garden side, which through the high windows provides exceptional light. The modern open kitchen is equipped with various appliances, including a quooker and combi microwave. Next to the kitchen is a room that lends itself perfectly as a pantry or study. The beautiful windows to the garden again emphasize the ceiling height of 3 meters in the room. The garden is located on the southeast and has a lovely morning/early afternoon sun that shines beautifully into the living room. From the living room there is a passage to the garage where with ease 2 small cars can be parked, or a somewhat larger car combined with a biro or a cargo bike. The garage has a direct entrance from the street. Getting to the 1st floor can be done by using the spiral staircase in the dining room that leads to the front bedroom, or by using the modern oak wooden staircase at the back of the house, or the adjacent plateau elevator that leads to the second floor.

Second floor:
With the rear staircase leads to the landing with windows, Yoga room with adjacent very spacious studio space with a ridge height of 5.46 meters. This is equipped with 2 large skylights so there may be thought of creating an attic floor above. On the side of the loft overlooking the garden is the walk-in closet located with adjacent bathroom equipped with shower, double sink and a toilet. At the front is located the second very spacious bedroom connected to the dining room by the spiral staircase. Stairs to the attic floor:

Attic floor:
Stairs to attic room with a ridge height of 293m. With two storage rooms. Possibly, with some modifications, an additional room of 25 m2 could be made here.

owners association
The owners' association is professionally managed and functions properly. The service costs are approximately €176, - per month.

LOCATION:
This beautiful house is located in a very popular street in the cozy and very famous Jordaan. This neighborhood is known for its liveliness, but especially coziness and of course the many folk heroes who come from here. The Jordaan offers many different coffee shops, lunchrooms, stores and boutiques. There are also many well-known restaurants here, such as Toscanini and restaurant Daalder, among others. And for the real old Dutch cafes, "cafe Nol" and "cafe Lowietje" are just a few minutes away by bike. Closer by is café Van Puffelen. Every Saturday there is the Lindenmarkt with a wide range of offerings and during the week you can visit the stores here that provide the real Jordanian neighborhood feeling. The famous Amsterdam canals are literally at the end of the street and the bustling center of Amsterdam is within walking distance. The central station with various arterial roads is a few minutes by bike.

CONTENTS:
- Unique whole house with spacious backyard facing southeast.
- According to NEN2580, the living area is 308.38 m2.
- According to NEN2580, the garden area is approximately 75.4 m2.
- The house was built in 1952.
- Located on private land.
- Kadastraal known Gemeente Amsterdam section E number 9837 index 145
- It is a national monument.
- The property has four good sized rooms, but with some modifications to 6 rooms and two bathrooms can be expanded to approximately 25 m2 extra living space can be realized.
- The base of the house is finished to a very high standard, the house was provided with a new foundation, new window frames, new roof, new plumbing and electrics and a hybrid heat pump in 2017.
- Equipped with solar panels and a heat pump with boiler support, so very energy efficient.
- Very centrally located to many shopping areas and museums.

delivery
Delivery will be by mutual agreement.
Providence history
The congregation "The Poor Sisters of the Divine Child" was founded in 1852, and operated a home in the Jordan River for neglected girls up to age 12 under the name founded The Providence. Also known as the foundation of St. Jerome and Aemilian.
Founder was pastor Petrus Hesseveld. In 1858, the sisters started a wafer bakery, which would grow into a factory that baked 600,000 wafers every week and celebrated its centenary in 1958.
The Providence complex also included schools and orphanages, occupying much of the block between Lauriergracht, Konijnenstraat and Elandsstraat in the first half of the 20th century. It also included the building that now has the legendary house number 37: there was a teacher's training school there.
In 1991, the last sisters moved to Heemstede.
The complex has a complicated building history, with various conversions and extensions. Several Catholic architects helped build it: Bleys, Duncker and Joling.

English translation:

In the very special former monastery complex "The Providence" with its rich history, is located this unique residence of no less than 308 m2. This beautiful apartment was architecturally remodeled in 2017 to the wishes of the owner who could practice his artistic profession in his home studio. The base of the house is robust and modern and finished with high-quality materials in accordance with our time, however, the eccentric details in the house give this house just the atmosphere that makes it both unique and spectacular. The support structure poles are sheathed with carved totem poles from West Papua, and the height of the loft is further emphasized by the 5-meter-high totem pole that stands out beautifully in the daylight from the large windows.
The current aesthetic finish is very basic and will have to be converted to contemporary comfort. This means that the house is ready for an aesthetic renovation where a very efficient layout can be made on the second floor that can be finished to your own taste and desire. There is also the possibility to enlarge the attic floor which will create more square meters. The attached Artist Impressions give a very good idea of the possibilities of the house.
Besides the fact that the upper floors must be finished aesthetically, the house already has the desirable comforts to offer. For example, there is access to an indoor parking garage with space for 2 cars, there is a platform elevator to the second floor available, a wide and sunny garden facing southeast (approximately 76 m2), renewed foundation in 2017, renewed plumbing and electricity, well insulated, own land and there are currently already a hybrid heat pump and solar panels present.

Layout:
The house is located on the first floor, second floor and attic floor and has the following layout:

First floor:
Entrance, modern vestibule, hallway, entry into the very spacious and bright living room with loft on the garden side, which through the high windows ensures particularly bright. The modern open kitchen is equipped with various appliances, including a quooker and combi microwave. Next to the kitchen is a room that lends itself perfectly as a pantry or study. The beautiful windows to the garden again emphasize the ceiling height of 3 meters in the room. The garden is located on the southeast and has a lovely morning/early afternoon sun that shines beautifully into the living room. From the living room there is a passage to the garage where with ease 2 small cars can be parked, or a somewhat larger car combined with a biro or a cargo bike. The garage has a direct entrance from the street. Getting to the 1st floor can be done by using the spiral staircase in the dining room that leads to the front bedroom, or by using the modern oak wooden staircase at the back of the house, or the adjacent plateau elevator that leads to the second floor.

Second floor:
With the rear staircase one arrives at the landing with windows, Yoga room with adjacent very spacious studio space with a ridge height of 5.46 meters. This is equipped with 2 large skylights so there may be thought of creating an attic floor above. On the side of the loft overlooking the garden is the walk-in closet located with adjacent bathroom equipped with shower, double sink and a toilet. At the front is located the second very spacious bedroom connected to the dining room by the spiral staircase. Stairs to the attic floor:

Attic floor:
Stairs to attic room with a ridge height of 293m. With two storage rooms. Possibly, with some modifications, an additional room of 25 m2 can be made here.

OWNERS ASSOCIATION
The owners association is professionally managed and functions properly. The service costs are approximately €176 per month.

LOCATION:
This beautiful house is located in a very popular street in the cozy and very famous Jordaan. This neighborhood is known for its liveliness, but especially cosiness and of course the many folk heroes who come from here. The Jordaan offers many different coffee shops, lunchrooms, stores and boutiques. There are also many well-known restaurants here, such as Toscanini and restaurant Daalder, among others. And for the real old Dutch cafes, "cafe Nol" and "cafe Lowietje" are just a few minutes away by bike. Closer by is café Van Puffelen. Every Saturday there is the Lindenmarkt with a wide range of offerings and during the week you can visit the stores here that provide the real Jordanian neighborhood feeling. The famous Amsterdam canals are literally at the end of the street and the bustling center of Amsterdam is within walking distance. The central station with various arterial roads is a few minutes by bike.

PARTICULARS:
- Unique whole house with spacious backyard facing southeast.
- According to NEN2580, the living area is 308.38 m2.
- According to NEN2580, the area of the garden is approximately 75.4 m2. - The house was built in 1952.
- Located on private land.
- Land registry Municipality of Amsterdam section E number 9837 index 145
- It is a national monument.
- The property has four good sized rooms, but with some adjustments to 6 rooms and two bathrooms can be expanded to approximately 25 m2 extra living space can be realized.
- The base of the house is finished to a very high standard, the house was provided with a new foundation, new window frames, new roof, new plumbing and electrics and a hybrid heat pump in 2017.
- Equipped with solar panels and a heat pump with boiler support, so very energy efficient. - Very centrally located to many shopping streets and museums.

DELIVERY
The delivery will take place in consultation.
History of Providence
The congregation 'The Poor Sisters of the Divine Child' was founded in 1852, and ran a home for neglected girls up to the age of 12 in the Jordaan under the name founded De Voorzienigheid. Also known as the foundation of St. Jerome and Aemilian.
Founder was pastor Petrus Hesseveld. In 1858, the sisters started a wafer bakery, which would grow into a factory that baked 600,000 wafers every week and celebrated its centenary in 1958.
The Providence complex also included schools and orphanages, and in the first half of the 20th century occupied much of the block between Lauriergracht, Konijnenstraat and Elandsstraat. It also included the building that now has the legendary house number 37: there was a teacher's training school there. In 1991, the last sisters moved to Heemstede. The complex has a complicated building history, with various conversions and extensions. Several Catholic architects helped build it: Bleys, Duncker and Joling.
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
Status
Sold
Acceptance
In consultation
Build
Apartment type
Up and downstairs house, Apartment
Bottom floor
1
Build type
Existing
Build year
1952
Maintenance inside
Good
Maintenance outside
Good
Particulars
Monumental house
Surface and volume
Living surface
308m²
Volume
1.000m³
Layout
Rooms
6
Bedrooms
4
Floors
3
Facilities
Mechanical ventilation, Skyline, Cable tv, Lift
Energy
Insulation
Fully isolated
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Garden
Backyard
Backyard
Southeast, 75m², 750×1000cm
Garage
Garage type
Indoor

Location

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