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Sold
icon surface 333m²
icon land 78m²
icon price € 1.950.000 k.k.
icon type Terraced house
icon rooms 6 Bedrooms

Description

Spuistraat 88 A

**English text below**

In December 1877 the new head office of the coffee and tea merchant Roelofs & zoon was opened in Spuistraat 88A. Designed by architect Bijvoets, the building had been worked on for two years with its, for Amsterdam standards, unique facade in Eclectic style. The natural stone facade was richly decorated and also on the inside the building was covered with fine English tiles and decorated with the warmest colors.

On the first floor and mezzanine floor, the tea and coffee trade was conducted. The upper floors had space for storage and office. Over the years the tea business disappeared and this special monument was converted into a lovely home where many elements of the original tea business were retained on the ground and mezzanine floors.

Upon entering the building on the first floor is on the right the former store now converted into a large living-dining area with open kitchen with professional equipment. The open connection with the authentic tea cabinets above, on the mezzanine, make for a very attractive and particularly charming space with a ceiling height of less than 4.5 m.

In the past, this space was also used as a storage room. In the past, this space was also used as a parking garage for a car, which is still possible. In addition, the zoning plan also allows use as office or retail space.

On the mezzanine floor is at the rear a beautiful study and a toilet. From the landing is the loft accessible where the old storage cabinets are reminiscent of the bygone days of the coffee and tea trade and today very useful as storage space.

On the second floor you will find at the front a spacious living room with cozy wood stove, beautiful wide, old plank floor and doors to two balconies. This living room with beamed ceiling and large mirrors on the walls has a ceiling height of 3.7 m. With a few steps you reach the cozy kitchen at the rear. Through this level difference, the kitchen has a nice view into the living room.

The second floor occupies the entire master bedroom, with a lovely large bedroom, bathroom en suite with a double walk-in shower, sink, toilet and bidet. At the rear is en suite a large walk-in closet room where classic closet doors create a special atmosphere.

On the third and fourth floors, the renovation opted for a bold combination of modern steel façades with glass and preservation of original floors and details. Together with the beam construction of the mansard roof and the many skylights, this creates two transparent and bright floors. Here are 4 bedrooms, a bathroom, separate toilet and a lovely second sitting room.

Surroundings:
The house is located in an authentic piece of Amsterdam in the northern part of the Spuistraat. A wonderful place to enjoy everything Amsterdam has to offer: galleries, theaters, restaurants, clubs and a wide; range of stores both for daily shopping, the Nine Streets and luxury shopping centers, including Magna Plaza and De Bijenkorf.

The Central Station is within walking distance and the house is located in the middle of the street. Central Station is within walking distance and offers excellent public transport facilities by train, metro, bus and streetcar. For fresh organic produce you can visit the Noordermarkt on Saturday. In short, living in the heart of Amsterdam with everything within reach!
Details:
- Own land
- Very characteristic monumental building
- Possible use as private parking garage
- Possibility of office or retail space on the first floor and mezzanine

**English text**

In December 1877, the new head office of the Roelofs & Son company, traders in coffee and tea, was opened at Spuistraat 88A. Designed by architect Bijvoets, it took two years to build the building with its unique facade, by Amsterdam standards, in the Eclectic style. The natural stone facade is richly decorated and the inside of the building was also covered with fine English tiles and decorated with the warmest colors.

The tea and coffee trade was conducted on the ground floor and mezzanine. On the upper floors there was space for storage and office. Over the years, the tea trade disappeared and this special monument was converted into a lovely house, where many elements of the original tea trade have been preserved on the ground floor and mezzanine.

Upon entering the building on the ground floor, the former retail space on the right has been converted into a large living-dining area with open kitchen equipped with professional equipment. The open connection with the authentic tea cabinets above, on the loft, provides a very atmospheric and particularly charming space with a ceiling height of no less than 4.5 m.
In the past, this space was also used as a parking garage for a car, which is still possible. In addition, the zoning plan also allows use as office or retail space.

On the mezzanine floor at the rear is a beautiful office and a toilet. From the landing you can reach the loft where the old storage cupboards are reminiscent of the bygone days of the coffee and tea trade and today very useful as storage space.

On the first floor you will find a spacious living room at the front with a cozy wood stove, a beautiful old wooden floor and patio doors giving way to two balconies. This living room with beamed ceiling and large mirrors on the walls has a ceiling height of no less than 3.7 m. With a few steps you reach the cozy kitchen at the rear. Due to this difference in level, the kitchen has a nice view through to the living room.

The second floor completely occupies the master bedroom, with a wonderfully large bedroom, bathroom en suite with a double walk-in shower, sink, toilet and bidet. At the rear is an en suite large walk-in closet room where classic closet doors provide a special atmosphere.

On the third and fourth floors, a sturdy combination of modern steel fronts with glass and the preservation of original floors and details was chosen during the renovation. Together with the beam construction of the mansard roof and the many skylights, this creates two transparent and light floors. Here are 4 bedrooms, a bathroom, separate toilet and a lovely second sitting room.

SURROUNDINGS:
The house is located in an authentic part of Amsterdam in the northern part of the Spuistraat. A wonderful place to enjoy everything Amsterdam has to offer: galleries, theatres, restaurant, clubs and a hee; extensive range of shops for daily shopping, the Nine Streets as well as luxury shopping centers, including Magna Plaza and De Bijenkorf.
The Central Station is within walking distance and offers excellent public transport options by train, metro, bus and streetcar. For fresh organic products you can visit the Noordermarkt on Saturdays. In short, living in the heart of Amsterdam with everything within reach!
Particulars:
- Own ground
- Very characteristic monumental building
- Possible use as a private parking garage
- Possibility for office or retail space on the ground floor and mezzanine floor
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
House type
Town house, Terraced house
Build type
Existing
Build year
1877
Maintenance inside
Good
Maintenance outside
Good
Particulars
Monument, Protected town view
Surface and volume
Living surface
333m²
Plot surface
78m²
Volume
1.143m³
Layout
Rooms
12
Bedrooms
6
Floors
6
Energy
Insulation
Partial insulated glazing
Hot water
Central heating
Exterior areas
Location
In town center
Garage
Garage type
Garage possible

Floor plans

Spuistraat 88 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Spuistraat 88 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Spuistraat 88 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Spuistraat 88 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Spuistraat 88 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-
Spuistraat 88 A, Amsterdam plattegrond-

Location

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