2 bedrooms • 150 m²
€ 3,250 (incl.)
- House typeApartment
- Price€ 3,250 (incl.)
- Living area150 m²
- Lot area-
- Build year-
- Number of floors-
- InteriorUnfurnished / furnished
Very luxurious, renovated apartment with high ceilings, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sunny garden. Situated on the first floor with beautiful views of the Singelgracht and the green Eerste Weteringplantsoen from the rear of the property. Lovely central location in the Pijp, on the fringes of the city centre, with Rijksmuseum and Heinekenplein just around the corner.
At one of the best locations in Amsterdam Zuid, in the popular old part of de Pijp, the Frans Hals neighbourhood. F or your daily shopping, visit Marie Heinekenplein or Museumplein. The bustling Albert Cuypmarkt and Gerard Douplein are on minutes away and the chic PC Hooftstraat is within walking distance. You could visit the Sarphatipark, Zuiderbad (swimming pool) Vondelpark for sport and relaxation. Central places, such as Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein and Utrechtsestraat are within walking distance. The Zuidas is ten-minute by bike, or can be reached by public transport or car.
This extremely luxurious four-room apartment is approximately about 150m2. The garden behind the house is approximately 28m2. In 2001, the apartment was renovated from top to toe whilst retaining many of the original details, such as wall and ceiling ornamentation. It was then fitted with a complete kitchen, a luxurious bathroom, new gas and electric installations, new central heating system, beautiful oak flooring and stucco work on walls and ceilings.
Beautiful porch with high ceilings, natural stone staircase and wrought iron work, private entrance on first floor.
Stately hall with marble flooring, toilet, storage area with connection for washing machine, cupboard under stairs, livingroom en suite with a gas-fired fireplace in the front room and views of Singelgracht and Weteringplantsoen, dining room to the rear, with doors opening onto a south-facing balcony, modern open kitchen with cooking island, hallway in between leading to guest bathroom and dressing room with a study behind, stairs to the main bedroom with luxurious bathroom and doors opening onto a porch with steps down into a garden with gray freestone.
Luxurious modern white kitchen laid with anthracite-grey natural stone flooring, stylish cooking island, black granite countertop, stainless steel handles, stainless steel sink with designer tap, Bauknecht built-in appliances: dishwasher, oven, microwave, stainless steel fridge/freezer, 4-ring cooker and stainless steel cooker hood.
Separate luxurious modern toilet furnished with hand basin.
Luxurious modern bathroom with light-coloured tiles on walls and floor, equipped with double washbasins and designer taps, large walk-in shower, huge oval hot tub, second toilet, two-person sauna, built-in spotlights, underfloor heating and central heating boiler.
Central heating boiler (built 2007);
Modern electrical installation, distribution board with earthed circuit breaker;
The Homeowners Association of the building, Stadhouderskade 73 in Amsterdam. The administration is managed professionally by Rappange. Service costs amount to approx. € 84 per month. The Homeowners Association is registered at the Chamber of Commerce.
Car and public transport
The apartment is easy to reach by car from the A1, A2 and ring road A-10 (S100 and S110) and there are stops for trams and buses close by, (such as trams 16 and 24, bus 354). From 2017 onwards, the metro stop for the new Noord-Zuidlijn will be within walking distance. With this new metro, connections to North Amsterdam, the city centre and the Zuidas will improve even more. Parking is available with a parking permit. Paid parking on public roads is also available from 9.00 to 0.00 from Monday until Saturday; free parking on Sundays. Usually you can obtain parking subscriptions from the Heinikenplein garage.
Completely renovated in 2001;
Walls and ceilings with stucco work;
Porch finished with hardwood;
South-facing garden and balcony;
Ornamental ceilings and original inner window frames and doors;
Built around 1900