Luxuriously renovated double House of approx. 180 mē with private corridor, on its own floor. The monument has retained its original character and features a stunning roof terrace of about 85 m2.
At one of the most populare locations in Amsterdam-Zuid at about 50 meters from the Vondelpark and Cornelis Schuytstraat.
The apartment was built in Art Nouveau style and designed by the Amsterdam architect Gerrit van Arkel. Located on own ground!
Via an own entrance you will enter the spacious hall/entrance. It has an upholstered staircase with recessed spotlights. Here you will find a separate toilet with a fountain and a wardrobe with a meter cabinet. Room en-suite; at the front side of the apartment is the living room with French doors to the balcony. The en-suite has ample closet spaces on both sides and an active (gas) fireplace. At the back of the apartment is the dining room which also has access to one of the balconies. The kitchen is equipped with pit-cooking and all desired luxury built-in appliances.
The entire apartment is equipped with a wooden herringbone floor and is very light by the many window parties.
Via the internal staircase you reach the third floor. The high windows provide this floor in plenty of daylight. There are 3 bedrooms on this floor. The master bedroom has a built-in closet over the entire width of the room. On this floor there is also a large walk-in closet of solid oak wood and 2 bathrooms. The walk in closet can be easily converted to a fourth bedroom. The first bathroom is equipped with bath, shower, double washbasin and toilet, the second bathroom has a shower and washbasin.
Through another internal staircase you will go to the roof terrace with beautiful views over the Vondel pond, Zuidas and Obrecht church. Because of the high location of the roof terrace there is a lot of privacy and you can enjoy the sun all day long. The roof terrace has connections for gas, water and light so you can easily place an outdoor kitchen.
At walking distance of the Vondelpark and the Museumplein, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and concert Hall. In the area there is ample opportunity for your daily shopping but also several boutiques are within walking distance in de Cornelis Schuytstraat, Beethoven Street or P.C. Hooftstraat.
The Willemsparkweg runs to the former Willems Park, which was designed in 1881 as a connection to the Vondelpark. This neighborhood belonged to the municipality newer-Amstel, who called it the Parkweg. However, the plans were changed in 1902, after which the present Villa area was created around the Emma Square. The Willems Park is named after King William I.
The property is easily accessible by car from the A-10 (S100 and S108) ring road. Tram lines 2, 16 and Bus lines 145, 170, 172, 174 and 272 can be reached within walking distance. Parking by means of licensing system, on the public road it is paid parking.
-Completely renovated, very luxurious finish
-Foundation code II issued in 2015
-Located on own grounds
-Insane roof terrace of approx 85 mē with roof house
-Two monumental style rooms
-Front and rear balconies
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