Gerrit van der Veenstraat 141

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
EUR €1,650,000
For Sale
4 Beds
3 Baths
176 sqm
Built 1927


Gerrit van der Veenstraat 141-2
Fantastic, completely renovated apartment (approx. 176m²) spread over three storeys and located in the popular Amsterdam Oud-Zuid. The residence was completely renovated in 2016 when neither effort not expense was spared! Comfort, sustainability and luxury were key concepts. The four bedrooms, three luxurious bathrooms, the balcony and glorious roof terrace facing south, make this residence the perfect family home in an ideal location!

The residence lies in the middle of the beautiful and peaceful Oud-Zuid, not far from the Beethovenstraat. This is where you will find numerous well-known clothing shops, various delicatessens, supermarkets and restaurants. Every Friday there is a local food market on the Minervaplein. In addition, the Beatrixpark, Vondelpark, Museumplein and de Pijp are all within walking distance. There are plenty of parking places in front of the door. The residence is ideally located with regard to the various public transport amenities (which include Zuid WTC station) and various arterial roads. You can be on the A10 in just a few minutes in the car.

Also within walking/cycling distance, you will find various museums (Van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), the Concertgebouw, a wide variety of restaurants and cafés, not to mention the various city parks. You can head for the Vondelpark and the Beatrixpark for exercise and relaxation. The Swift football club with Padel courts and the adjacent skate park are close by. In addition to all these amenities, there are also national and international primary and secondary schools in the neighbourhood. These include ISA in Amstelveen and AICS in the Zuidas. The British School of Amsterdam is even just around the corner!

Own entrance

Second floor:
Entrance, hallway with separate (completely silent) toilet and cloakroom offers access to the rooms. At the rear of the apartment is the enormous living room with open kitchen which is equipped with a kitchen island, Quooker tap, wine cooler, fridge and freezer from Siemens, dishwasher and a 4-ring gas hob from Wolf. The gorgeous, hardwearing counter top from Dekton gives the kitchen a luxurious feel. The high ceilings, with built-in spotlights add to the atmosphere of the space. In addition, the large windows at both the front and the back of the building ensure that there is always wonderful light. Adjoining the living room is a space that would be ideal for use as a home office and it can be reached by a custom-made sliding door of walnut.

Third floor:
The landing, fitted with a laundry room with the connections needed for a washing machine and tumble dryer, offers access to all the rooms. The enormous master bedroom is at the front of the building, with a luxurious en suite bathroom fitted with a gorgeous walnut vanity unit, a walk-in shower and toilet. French windows also offer access from this room to the sunny, southwest-facing balcony. A second good-sized bedroom is at the rear of the building with built-in wardrobes. You reach the second bathroom, fitted with a shower, toilet and vanity unit, from the landing.

Fourth floor:
Completely rebuilt attic floor with an enormous storage area under the roof edges. This floor is fitted with a bathroom with bath, shower, vanity unit and toilet. There is also a handy kitchenette on this floor with a fridge, wine cooler and dishwasher. This space would be ideal as a guest room, as a space for an au pair. Folding doors offer access from this room to the spacious roof terrace. You have a gorgeous view from this terrace out over the Zuidas and the favourable, south-facing location means that you can enjoy the sun until late in the evening. The terrace is covered with low-maintenance tiles and has a boiler room with plenty of storage space.

There is a beautiful oak wood floor throughout the residence. All rooms have under-floor heating, built-in air-conditioning and SONOS speakers.

Gerrit van der Veenstraat:
Gerrit Jan van der Veen (1902-1944), resistance fighter, sculptor by profession. (Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam)

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