Attractive 1930s family house in the center of Amstelveen with a usable area of 202 m², an indoor garage with a unique play/hobby attic and due to the corner location a fantastic garden and parking on site, on a freehold land plot of 441 m².
The home is in an incredible central location in a dynamic part of Amstelveen, which is being developed to a high standard with perfect accessibility and enhanced liveability. Among other things, The Mayor is currently being realized here with stylish, luxury apartment buildings in a park-like environment. Beautiful new green flyovers over the sunken A9 provide direct access to the four-star Stadshart shopping center within walking distance. In addition to a diversity of shops and restaurants, you will also find the bus station there. There is a stop of tram 25 at 200 meters from the house, which will take you to the Zuidas and South Station in 15 minutes. Several bus lines provide a connection with Schiphol Airport on the one hand and a direct radius around Amstelveen on the other, including Amsterdam city center.
Primary and secondary schools are in close proximity, as are several international schools and universities.
In this attractive house, the combination of living and working has already been completed with an extended office on the ground floor. Additional workspace can be easily realized in the current garage with hobby attic. There is already a separate entrance from the public car park.
The house has the possibility to park several cars on its own property.
Built in 1939 and expanded under architecture, with characteristic detailing from the 1930s. Well insulated and well maintained. The exterior woodwork was painted recently.
The house overlooks parks at the front as well as at the rear and therefore has a unique free location in the center of Amstelveen. Within a few minutes you have the recreation area De Poel followed by the Amsterdamse Bos, but also Green Area Amstelland and the river Amstel for the necessary relaxation. Culture is also within reach with the Schouwburg Amstelveen and the Cobra museum at the Stadshart. Amsterdam Center with its vibrant culture and catering industry is within reach via bus and tram.
The property’s layout is as follows:
After the well-tended front garden and driveway for several cars and a carport, the home’s entrance opens onto the hallway with cloakroom and separate toilet. You enter the spacious and light living room on the street side with open fireplace and bay window. This living room opens out onto the dining room and open kitchen at the rear. A skylight has been installed in the extension with dining table, ensuring that this room is extremely light. Sliding doors provide access to the terrace on screw pile foundations and the green and beautifully landscaped rear garden beyond. At around 15 metres deep and over 12 metres wide, you can enjoy the sun almost all day in the garden, as well as find a shady spot when needed. At the rear, the garden and terrace border an ornamental pond and park.
An office is located immediately behind the kitchen, which is accessible from the garage. A pantry has also been installed in the garage, with connections for a washing machine and dryer. There’s also a door from the garage to the garden and the adjacent car park. An insulated loft above the garage can be used for many different purposes.
In the living room, a creative sliding wall gives access to the stairs to the first floor and to the wine cellar and cellar. On the first floor, a spacious landing provides access to the bathroom, which comes with a shower, toilet, washbasin with cabinet and a towel rail. Two bedrooms are located on the street side, the largest of which has built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom is located in the rear extension and has an en-suite bathroom equipped with a shower, towel rail, toilet and washbasin with cabinet. Both bathrooms have underfloor heating. The main bedroom has custom-built furniture including a large wall unit.
The second floor has a fourth bedroom with a dormer and a rafter height of 3.89 metres including fitted storage space in the knee walls. The landing offers storage space for the central heating boiler, with more storage space in the built-in cupboard and knee wall space.
On the site of Rijkswaterstaat you can find a wonderful animation about the work on the deepening of the A9 and the new noise barriers, so that noise pollution is kept to a minimum. Within a few minutes you will walk through the new Meander Park to the Stadshart.
It is also planned that the current petrol station with garage in the vicinity of the house will be replaced in the coming years by Amstelwood, a wood-hybrid, sustainable, nature-inclusive residential building that will be integrated into the natural environment.
- Usable area: 202 m² plus 58 m² other integral space
- Living space: 1048 m³
- Plot area: 441 m²
- Freehold land
- Year of construction: 1939 (most recent renovation: 2017)
- Garage with multi-functional space above
- Carport adjoining the house
- Well-insulated (including the crawl space and cavity, as well as the garage with loft) and also equipped with air-conditioning in the ground floor office and first floor main bedroom
- Security system
- Exceptionally deep (approx 15 m) and wide (over 12 m) garden, beautifully designed and bordering a pond
- Transfer date subject to agreement
Price: €1,200,000 (purchasing costs payable by the purchaser)
We would be happy to welcome you at the property to answer any questions you may have and show you this delightful family home. Please feel free to contact our office to make an appointment for a viewing.