A unique opportunity for people seeking a spacious lower house in the city with an wonderfully large garden (approx. 673 m2). The building was split up in apartment ownerships and is well maintained. The enormous private garden is accessed via the steps at the rear; the garden has fruit trees and borders on nature ‘De Slatuinen’ nature garden; a hidden oasis in the city! You also have your own private rear entrance via the Slatuinenweg. Upon entering the apartment, you are immediately struck by the large hallway and the width of the apartment. The apartment is no less than 7.75 m wide at the rear and has maintained its original features: high ceiling, panel doors, en-suite and original tiling at the entrance. The semi-basement has a ceiling height of 2.32 m.
The apartment borders on De Baarsjes and Oud-West, in close proximity of various trendy bars and restaurants. De Hallen is within walking distance and offers bars, restaurants, cinema and food market; the Kinkerstraat, Bilderdijkstraat and De Clerqstraat have everything you need for your daily shopping, as well as a variety of popular bars and restaurants. De Jordaan and Vondelpark are both just a short bike-ride away. Central Station is within easy reach by bike or public transport (tram stop in front of the door). The area is easily accessible by car via the A-10 motorway.
Ground floor: Entrance with private front door, vestibule, generous hallway providing access to all the rooms, toilet with (original) small wash basin, door with stairs leading to the semi-basement. En-suite room with original sliding doors, side room at the front and French doors at the back opening up to the South-facing balcony. The apartment is particularly bright and airy due to the large windows at the front and rear. Separate room at the back with washbasin, good-sized kitchen with L-shaped kitchen units with gas cooker, fridge and oven, as well as a door leading out to the balcony.
Indoor storage at the front with washing machine connection. Bathroom with bath, washbasin, toilet and floor heating. Hall in the middle with a pantry. Three good-sized rooms, two of which have windows looking out into the garden. The room at the front has an overhead light. Cupboard underneath the stairs where the mechanical ventilation unit is situated.
• Year of construction approx. 1910
• Living area 162 m2 (measurement report available)
• Wooden window and door frames, the front windows have insulated glass.
• Owners’ Association Admiraal de Ruijterweg 31 (4 members)
• The painting at the front and rear will be done in 2018.
• The roofing will also be replaced in the short term.
• Heating and hot water via Intergas combi boiler (approx. 2002)
• The apartment will be sold by approval of the seller; the seller has expressed their preference for garden lovers.
• Delivery in consultation.
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