At a top location in Old West in the well known Vondelstraat area, this very charming and current ground floor apartment with a surface living area of 140 m2 and a spacious backyard is situated. The apartment is located near the Vondelpark and was divided into apartment rights in 2006. The apartment consists of two floors. The ground floor has three bedrooms and a laundry room providing access to the garden facing North West . The well sized backyard offers end-of-the-afternoon sun.
Through a private entrance hall the ground floor is entered.
The ground floor provides access to all rooms. In the front is the study, which also can be furnished as a bedroom. The other two bedrooms are located centrally and at the rear. Also located at the rear is a laundry room, with washer/dryer connections. Via the master bedroom and the laundry room the spacious backyard is accessible. In the hall is a separate toilet. The apartment has a cellar, providing room for storage.
In the front is a spacious and bright living room with an original fireplace. The living room has three large windows facing South making the room bright and sunny. In the back is the cozy kitchen (2006) built in equipment and access to a balcony and provided with. Adjacent to the kitchen is the bathroom. The bathroom, in neutral colors, includes a shower, double washstands, mechanical ventilation and a window for natural ventilation.
• Divided into apartment rights in 2006
• Very bright apartment
• Large garden
• Double glazing
• Insulated floors
• Central Heating System, 2009
All in all, a fantastic ground floor apartment at the edge of the City center and near the Vondelpark which is an oasis of greenery and tranquility.
The location of this ground floor apartment is unique, with the Vondelpark and the large terrace of Vertigo around the corner and the many sports facilities in the Vondelpark. Within walking distance there are all the interesting aspects that Amsterdam has to offer; such as the Museumplein with the Rijksmuseum and van Goghmuseum, the grand shopping streets P.C. Hooft and Van Baerle, the Concertgebouw and Leidseplein. In the direct vicinity there are excellent schools, pubs, restaurants and public transportation possibilities. The centre of the city and highways are easily accessible.
The Vondelstraat is situated between the Stadhouderskade and the Anna van den Vondelstraat. The street was named in 1864 after the famous poet Joost van de Vondel (1587-1679). The architect Pierre Cuypers not only designed the street but also twenty houses and the Vondel church, which was built in 1880.
In 1864, under the auspices of C.P. van Eeghen, a plan was developed for a park, which was named Vondelpark.
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