• Sold

Frans van Mierisstraat 24 huis 1071 RT Amsterdam Museumkwartier

Hightlighted features

  • 195 m² living area
  • 4 bedrooms
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€ 2,280,000 k.k.

Sales history

Listed since
April 20, 2022
Date of sale
May 24, 2022
Term
4 weeks

Description

High-end designed family home

Elegant, high-end designed family home with a sunny, including a characteristic living room with pocket doors, a fireplace and spacious kitchen/lounge.

A home in a prime location nearby Rijksmuseum - a 195 sqm house with stunning tall ceilings and showcasing an elegant design. The owners enlisted an architect to lend the property a sophisticated and characteristic look and feel. Its gorgeous wooden flooring, marble countertops in the kitchen, bronze handles, original fireplace mantel and authentic ceiling trims are examples of its high-end finishes and exquisite personality. The kitchen and the side room have French doors that open to the garden.

A tour Ground floor
The private street entrance leads to the spacious hall, with a restroom and stair closet for coats. The living room at the front features a sitting area by the fireplace and a beautiful, wide windowsill. At the rear is the sizeable family kitchen with a chef's island and a dining area and ingenious tall cabinets with the refrigerator and freezer. The design and decor are extremely elegant, incorporating marble, neutral colors and bronze handles. The kitchen is fitted with a range of luxury appliances. Off the kitchen is a side room with a window seat - this area enhances the overall sense of space and light.

Basement
The room at the rear leads to the basement. This level features two large bedrooms with natural daylight entry through the windows. The hall includes a large closet wall and a laundry area. The elegant central bathroom is equipped with a double vanity and a shower. There is a second restroom off the hall.

First floor
A large landing with a restroom. At the front is a large bedroom with a characteristic balcony. The room features beautiful custom-made wardrobes and a has a private bathroom with a bathtub, shower and a vanity.
The primary bedroom is at the rear and includes a large wardrobe wall and a private bathroom with a shower and double vanity.

The building
The building itself was built in the early 1900s. Construction of the homes was postponed until the Wax Candle Factory was closed in 1906. The street pattern first emerged in 1902 and was based on the designs by P.J.H. Cuypers from 1891.
These more ornate building blocks were characterized by larger buildings and a greater variety in architecture. The properties were built using traditional bricks with Art Nouveau and Nieuwe Kunst arcitectural details, reflecting the popularity of these movements in the early 20th century.

The name Museum Quarter is derived from three renowned museums in the area: Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum.

The outdoor space
The beautifully landscaped garden is lush and leafy, with a well-considered planting scheme. There is ample room for outdoor dining and space to play. The garden has excellent afternoon and evening sun exposure.

Area An extremely central location in Museum Quarter, Frans van Mierisstraat is a quiet, beautiful tree-lined street. Within walking distance of De Pijp, Albert Cuyp market, Van Baerlestraat and Beethovenstraat.
An area with a wide range of shops, restaurants, cultural venues and schools.
The underground parking garage on Museumplein is also accessible for residents.

Accessibility
Easy accessibility by public transportation with stops on Van Baerlestraat, Concertgebouwplein and Roelof Hartplein.
The express bus to Schiphol stops around the corner, so that Schiphol Airport is only a 20-minute commute away!
Easy access to the A10 beltway by car via exit S106. The Museumplein parking garage, with an entrance by Concertgebouw, also increases connectivity.
The property is in a paid parking zone, parking permits for residents also allow for parking in the garage.

Specifications
• Usable residential floor area ca. 195 sqm
• Northwest-facing garden spanning 34 sqm
• Two balconies
• Freehold property
• Energy label C
• HOA costs shared equally
• Luxury renovation in 2018
• Close to Museumplein, De Pijp and Beethovenstraat
• New foundation and cellar slab

This information was drafted with the utmost care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission or inaccuracy, etcetera, nor any consequences related thereto. All measurements and sizes are indicative only.
The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.

Features

Transfer of ownership

Last asking price
€ 2,280,000 kosten koper
Asking price per m²
€ 11,692
Status
Sold

Construction

Type apartment
Ground-floor apartment (apartment)
Building type
Resale property
Year of construction
1911

Surface areas and volume

Areas
Living area
195 m²
Other space inside the building
3 m²
Exterior space attached to the building
6 m²
Volume in cubic meters
555 m³

Layout

Number of rooms
6 rooms (4 bedrooms)
Number of bath rooms
3 bathrooms and 3 separate toilets
Bathroom facilities
Bath and 3 showers
Number of stories
3 stories
Located at
Ground floor
Facilities
Air conditioning, <{cctv}>, mechanical ventilation, passive ventilation system, rolldown shutters and TV via cable

Energy

Energy label
C What does this mean?
Insulation
Completely insulated
Heating
CH boiler
Hot water
CH boiler
CH boiler
Gas-fired combination boiler, in ownership

Cadastral data

AMSTERDAM U 10414
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Ownership situation
Full ownership

Exterior space

Location
Alongside a quiet road and in residential district
Garden
Back garden
Back garden
34 m² (5,9 meter deep and 5,76 meter broad)
Garden location
Located at the northwest
Balcony/roof garden
Balcony present and french balcony present

Parking

Type of parking facilities
Paid parking and resident's parking permits

VVE (Owners Association) checklist

Registration with KvK
Yes
Annual meeting
No
Periodic contribution
No
Reserve fund present
No
Maintenance plan
No
Building insurance
No

Involved real estate agents

NVM selling agent

Broersma Wonen

Call 020-3059777

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