Amsterdam

Sarphatistraat 31 A

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icon surface 191m²
icon price € 1.935.000 k.k.
icon type Ground floor apartment
icon rooms 3 Bedrooms

Description

*English text below*
A turn-key house with international allure like you rarely see. This attractive and highly finished double ground floor house with both a terrace and backyard is located around the corner from the Amstel river, with direct views of the impressive Amstel hotel. The variety of authentic details and modern finishes make a unique and contemporary whole. A private parking space is optionally available in the parking garage of the Amstel Hotel for € 320, - per month.

This apartment is located on private land and in 2019 under the architecture of Studio Bricks completely and qualitatively renovated, including the foundation has been completely renewed. In the finishing, neither cost nor effort have been spared. The property is located on the ground floor and garden floor and has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a study which can serve as a 4th bedroom.

The property is centrally located near the cozy Utrechtsestraat and within walking distance of good primary schools such as ASVO and the Kleine Reus and kindergarden such as Kindergarden (the latter even less than 1 minute walk).

Layout:

The imposing front door gives access to the marble entrance. Through the original glass door, with facet glass, the spacious and stylishly decorated common hallway is accessible.

From the landing with toilet and cloakroom the impressive glass steel façade gives access to the living area. The typical high ceilings and tall windows make the space very bright and spacious. At the front is a generous seating area where in the window frames are benches made where the whole day can be enjoyed with an unobstructed view. The beautifully lit Amstel Hotel is, especially in the evening, absolutely spectacular to look out on. The double glazing and insulation ensure almost complete silence in the heart of Amsterdam.
The living room is connected via the dining area to the luxury open kitchen with cooking island.

The custom made kitchen has a stylish color combination and a mix of exclusive Portuguese marble (Calacatta Estremoz) and walnut. The brick back wall and gold faucet fit well with this whole and give the space a luxurious and classic-industrial look. The kitchen is equipped with all the necessary appliances; induction hob with four stations and built-in extractor, oven, combi microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and a Quooker.

The separate study, with the same design as the kitchen has views over the garden.

The double doors in the kitchen give access to the adjoining terrace of 13 m2 with mood lighting. A fixed hardwood staircase connects the terrace with the beautiful green and architect-designed backyard, including separate wooden shed.

The garden floor downstairs also has high ceilings and therefore has lots of light.

At the rear of this floor is the master bedroom which features large windows and patio doors to the rear garden. Striking details are the bath with lion feet and the classic double doors as additional access to the adjacent room act.

The second bedroom is also located on the quiet rear side and has its own access to the garden.

Through the hallway you can reach the luxury bathroom with double walk-in shower, bathtub, double marble sink with custom furniture. For the finish in the bathroom is chosen for the recurring color combination of marble, blue, white and gold.

The adjacent walk-in closet is accessed through the steel glass door in the hallway. The design is inspired by a wine cellar and the combination of steel and brick gives the hall on this floor a luxury industrial look.

The third bedroom is located at the front and is very suitable as a guest room due to the adjoining second bathroom.

The second bathroom features walk-in shower and same finishes as the first bathroom. Both bathrooms are, like the toilets, equipped with Aston Matthews taps. On this floor is a separate toilet and beautifully finished laundry room available.

Every room in the house has Tapis parquet flooring and custom built-ins with classic wood moldings and modern hardware from Buster & Punch. All lighting and curtains are controlled by modern home automation with Google and Amazon integration, including voice control if desired.

Surroundings
This stately property is located on the edge of downtown and close to the Plantation neighborhood.
The Utrechtsestraat is within walking distance and provides a huge amount of great shops, cafes and restaurants. In the immediate vicinity you will find Carré, the Amstel Hotel, Bar Lempicka, Bakhuys, Amstelhaven and the Ysbreeker.

Sarphatistraat
The Sarphatistraat is not only the longest but also possibly the most famous street in Amsterdam. The street was named in 1870 after the physician Samuel Sarphati (1813-1866) who had a great influence on the expansion and beautification of Amsterdam. He contributed to the realisation of the Paleis voor Volksvlijt at the Frederiksplein and the Amstel Hotel.

Accessibility Sarphatistraat is easily accessible by car via Weesperstraat. Within 5 minutes you are on the A10, the ring road of Amsterdam. The metro and tram station Weesperplein is only 2 minutes walking distance. From here you are within 5 minutes at Central Station or Amstel Station. Also the accessibility to the Zuidas and Schiphol is easy and quick from here.
The city centre is at walking distance and thanks to the tram line you are at the Leidseplein or the Rembrandtplein within 5 minutes.

Parking
A parking permit is available immediately with parking in front of the door. Furthermore, an optional private parking space is available less than 1 minute's walk away in the Amstel hotel parking garage for €320 per month.

In addition, a parking space can be reserved at a reduced price of €50 per month.
English text
A "turn-key", stylish apartment that is rare to find. This beautifully renovated double ground floor apartment with terrace and backyard is located around the corner of the Amstel river with direct view on the Amstel Hotel. A unique and charming combination of authentic details and modern finishing. A private indoor parking spot is optionally available in the parking garage of the Amstel Hotel for €320 per month.
This apartment is located on private, freehold land. It's fully renovated (including full renewal of the foundation) In 2019 and redesigned by Dutch architect Studio Bricks. No expense or effort has been spared in the finishing. The house is located on the ground floor and garden floor and has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an office that can serve as a 4th bedroom.
The property is located in the centre of Amsterdam close to the vivid Utrechtsestraat and within walking distance of highly recommended primary schools such as the "ASVO" and the "Kleine Reus" and nurseries such as "Kindergarden" (this last one less than a 1-minute walk away).

Layout:
An impressive front door gives access to the marble entrance. Through the second, original swing door with facet glass gives access to the spacious and stylishly furnished hallway.

From the corridor with toilet and wardrobe space the black steel door with glass facade gives access to the living area. The high ceilings and high windows make the space very light and spacious. The front of the house has a seating area with benches in the window frames. From here you can enjoy an unobstructed view on the square ('Professor Tulpplein'). The beautifully lit Amstel Hotel is spectacular sight from the house, especially at night. The double glass and very effective soundproofing create peace and quiet in the heart of Amsterdam.
The dining area connects the living room with the luxurious open kitchen with cooking island.

This custom-made kitchen has a stylish colour combination with a mix of exclusive Portuguese marble (Calacatta Estremoz) and nut wood. The brick back wall and golden tap lift up the space and give the space a luxurious and classic industrial look. The kitchen is equipped with all necessary appliances; induction stove with four stations and built-in extractor, oven, oven/microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer and Quooker.

The separate office, with similar design as the kitchen, has a view of the garden.

The double doors in the kitchen lead to the adjacent terrace of 13 m2 with atmospheric lighting. A fixed hardwood staircase connects the terrace with the beautiful garden (also with architectural design), which is beautifully lit at night and has a separate wooden shed.

The downstairs garden floor also has high ceilings and therefore has a lot of light.

The master bedroom, at the back of the house on this floor, has large windows and double patio doors to the backyard. Unique details are the bath with lion's feet and the classic double doors that serve as additional access to the adjacent bedroom.

The second bedroom is also located at the quiet rear and has its own access to the garden.
Through the hall you can reach the luxurious bathroom with double walk-in shower, bath, double marble sink with custom-made furniture. The finishing in the bathroom has the same combination of marble, blue, white and gold as the upstairs kitchen.

The adjacent walk-in closet can be entered through the steel glass door in the hall. The design is inspired by a wine cellar and the combination of steel and brick gives the hall on this floor a luxurious industrial look.

The third bedroom, located at the front, is very suitable as guest bedroom thanks to the adjacent second bathroom. The second bathroom has a walk-in shower and the same finish as the first bathroom and Kitchen. Both bathrooms, as well as the toilets, are equipped with Aston Matthews taps.

There is a separate toilet and a beautifully finished laundry room on this floor. Every room in the house has Tapis parquet floors, custom-made wooden furniture and modern hinges and locks from Buster & Punch.

All lighting and curtains can be controlled through modern home automation system with Google and Amazon integration (controlled by mobile, voice and manual switches).

Surroundings This sublime building is located in the centre and close to the Plantage neighbourhood. The Utrechtsestraat is within walking distance and provides a wide variety of nice shops, cafes and restaurants. In the immediate vicinity you will find Carré, the Amstel Hotel, Bar Lempicka, Bakhuys, Amstelhaven and the Ysbreeker.

Sarphatistraat
The Sarphatistraat is not only the longest but perhaps also the most famous street in Amsterdam. The street was named in 1870 after the doctor Samuel Sarphati (1813-1866) who had a major influence on the expansion and beautification of Amsterdam. He contributed to the realization of the 'Paleis voor Volksvlijt' on Frederiksplein and the Amstel Hotel.

Accessibility The Sarphatistraat can be reached easily by car via the Weesperstraat. Within 5 minutes you are on the A10: the ring road of Amsterdam. Metro and tram stations (Weesperplein) are only a 2-minute walk away. From here you can reach Central Station or Amstel Station within 5 minutes. The Zuidas and Schiphol Airport are 13 and 18 minutes away respectively. The very heart of city centre / the main shopping district is within walking distance and thanks to the tram line you can reach Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein within 5 minutes.
Parking
A parking permit is available immediately with parking right in front of the house. Additionally and optionally, a private parking spot is available only a 1-minute walk away in the parking garage of the Amstel Hotel for €320 per month.
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
Ground floor apartment, Apartment
Bottom floor
Build type
Existing
Build year
-1906
Maintenance inside
Excellent
Maintenance outside
Excellent
Particulars
Protected town view
Surface and volume
Living surface
191m²
Volume
575m³
Layout
Rooms
5
Bedrooms
3
Floors
2
Facilities
Mechanical ventilation, Cable tv, Alarm
Energy
Energy label
D
Insulation
Roof insulation, Floor insulation, Insulated glazing
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Location
In town center, In residental area
Garden
Backyard
Backyard
Northwest, 62m², 690×900cm
Shed
Free standing, wood
Garage
Garage type
Parking spot

Location

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