Truly unique double upper home of approx. 273 m2, full of gorgeous original details at a stunning location in Amsterdam Zuid!
It is rare to encounter houses that are this special. The apartment appears incredibly majestic. The ceilings are approx. 3.5 metres in height and in the apartment is approx. 7.3 metres in width in total. The two residential layers are each approx. 130 m2 in size. This is very unusual for an Amsterdam apartment. Many original details can be found throughout the entire house. These include ornamental ceilings, fireplaces, doors etc. All of this is particularly well preserved. The house was completely renovated in 1999 and 2004, while preserving the original character!
It is all therefore in an excellent state of maintenance.
The house is situated at a very central location at the Paulus Potterstraat, the street at the Museumplein. Various museums can be found in the direct vicinity, including the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Stedelijk Museum. The Concertgebouw, the luxurious shopping street P.C. Hooftstraat and Vondelpark can all be found nearby. The canal belt, De Pijp and Leidseplein are at walking distance.
You enter through your own entrance at the main floor. You arrive on the first residential layer through the characteristic stairway. Its character is immediately noticeable when arriving on the landing. The original doors, high ceilings and the engraved windows are characteristic for the apartment. You have access to the various quarters from the landing. The living room is situated at the front. The striking style is also clearly visible here. From the charming bay window you have a view on several of the most famous locations of Amsterdam, such as Museumplein, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and directly opposite the Van Gogh Museum. In addition, there is a gas fireplace present, allowing you to fully enjoy the winter days.
The dining room is situated at the back of this floor. Both rooms are separated by means of the original en-suite sliding doors with closets on both sides. There is a massive oak parquet floor throughout in both rooms. The original conservatory is located in the extension of the dining area. The stained glass can also still be found here.
The dining room is connected to the kitchen. This features all kinds of built-in appliances, such as a large 5-burner gas stove, two large ovens, a large refrigerator and a dishwasher.
There is also a separate room at the front of this floor, which is perfectly suitable as an office, but it could also be used as bedroom or guest room. That is because next to this room there is a bathroom with spacious shower and washstand.
Considering the size and layout, the floor could be inhabited as an independent apartment.
You enter the third floor using the closeable stairs. This features 3 spacious bedrooms. The master bedroom is located at the back. The former balcony was added to the house by means of a newly placed sliding front. The bedroom offers more than enough closet space.
The master bedroom is connected to the bathroom, which is located in the middle of the floor. Here you can find a large bath, a double washstand and a shower. This shower is also accessible from the hall.
The 2 other bedrooms are located at the front of the floor. These are separated by means of sliding doors and are therefore also usable separately.
Various areas were created on the hall for uses such as your washing machine and dryer, central heating system and storage space. This floor could also be inhabited as an independent apartment.
There is also an extra kitchen and a separate toilet on this floor. From the kitchen you have access to the roof terrace of approx. 76 m2 in size with one of the most spectacular views of Amsterdam. There is always sun here and you can enjoy the many characteristic prominent buildings in the direct vicinity!
- Unique upper home
- Approx. 130 m2 per residential layer
- Service costs € 175 per month
- Well preserved details
- Largely double glazing
- 2 apartment rights
- Suitable for double habitation
- 2 parking permits available
- Moment of transfer in consultation