Spectacular and modern apartment divided over two floors in two merged monumental buildings of approximately 85 m2. The apartment is located on own grounds (no ground lease!).
This apartment is located in a unique location in the historic center of Amsterdam and close to countless shops, restaurants and cafés.
Public transport is to be found almost at your doorstep!
The Dirk van Hasseltssteeg is a quiet and cozy alley directly between the Nieuwendijk and the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal.
The Jordaan with countless hip and cozy cafes and restaurants is located a few steps from the property.
The Bijenkorf, Magna Plaza and Hudson's Bay, as well as the Nes with Theater Frascati, Spui and Bookstore Scheltema & NRC are also nearby.
Living in this apartment underlines the international attraction of this unique spot in the city center.
The Rokin station of the nearly finished North-South line with fast connections across the entire city is located a few steps from the property. Likewise, the Central Station, which is at walking or cycling distance of the house, and various bus and tram lines stop almost around the corner of the apartment!
Shared entrance on the ground floor.
Second floor: access to the apartment, hallway with wardrobe arrangement, staircase, spacious hallway currently in use as a study, separate toilet, storage / laundry room, bedroom, bathroom, staircase to the third floor.
Third floor: living room, open kitchen with dining area and bar seats.
Living Room & Kitchen:
The living room and kitchen are located on the third (upper) floor. This room is divided into a lounge and a dining area and is pleasantly light due to the use of the Velux tumbler windows (double glazing).
An oak floor is placed at the ground and the radiators are equipped with modern protection.
The U-shaped kitchen with additional breakfast area has an anthracite / beige worktop and is equipped with various Küpersbusch appliances including a dishwasher, a 5-burner gas cooker, a generous fridge, separate freezer compartment, microwave and oven .
The master bedroom (about 13,6 m2) is located on the second floor, at the front of the property and gives immediate access to the luxurious bathroom.
Bathroom & separate toilet:
The modern bathroom is equipped with a walk-in shower (rain shower), a double sink, a towel radiator and a free-standing bathtub (Duravit and Villeroy & Boch). White and anthracite gray tiles are applied on the walls and the ground.
A window provides natural ventilation.
The separate toilet is floating, there is also a fountain in the room.
Overflow / workspace:
The generous hallway at the second floor is now being used as a study.
The space offers plenty of room for a bookcase and a large desk and is particularly light through the large windows.
Storage / C.V. Space / laundry room:
This room is on the second floor.
The central heating installation is based in here, a washing machine can be placed in here as well.
Municipality of Amsterdam
Complex designation: 7425
Index: A10 and A12
Energy Performance Certificate:
The apartment is located in a monumental building (Rijksmonument).
Therefore, the seller does not have an energy performance certificate.
The meter cabinet (renewed groups 2009) is located behind the toilet area.
Residents are eligible for a parking permit. For waiting times and other information, refer to the website of the City of Amsterdam. Within walking distance of the house there is also a parking garage (Nieuwezijds Kolk) in which can be parked for a (daily and or monthly) fee.
Type: Daalderop with combi boiler, 80 liter, year of construction 2015.
This appliance is shared with the apartment located on the first floor.
Both apartments feature however independent thermostats.
VvE & Service Costs:
The monthly service costs are € 440, -. This amount includes gas and electricity.
In anticipation of the government's decision that the association of owners (body-corporate) has to save 0.5% of the new construction value per year, it has been decided to maintain the contribution as it is now.
List of movable goods:
See attached list.
Decree based on Heritage Law 2016 (formerly Monumentenwet 1988):
The building is included in the Register Entry as a protected Monument (rijksmonument).
Maintenance costs f or Rijksmonumenten, (a renovation / restoration work on a property) may be deducted from the income tax (Box 1).
For more information, please visit www.belastingdienst.nl where you submit a "request for deductibility" at the tax office's office monuments.
Delivery & Purchase:
The Deed of Sale contains an age clause (ouderdoms-clausule)
Delivery mid september 2017.
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