On a beautiful location in Amsterdam South, you will find this very well maintained double top floor apartment. The apartment has been recently renovated with eye for character and original details. The property features traditional style elements such as ornaments, stained glass and mantel pieces.
Because of the high ceilings, the large windows and the fact that the apartment is situated on the corner of the building, the living room catches lots of light. On top of the apartment is a private roof terrace situated giving you a breathtaking view over Amsterdam.
The private entrance gives access to the stairs leading to the third floor.
On the third floor you enter the apartment, a spacious hall which provides access to
- One bedroom in the front of the buidling
- One bedroom in the back , this room gives acces to a small balcony
- Guest toilet/shower room
- The spacious living room and open plan kitchen which overviews the Johannes
Vermeerstraat . The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances.
The fourth floor is a spacious floor with an open space which can easily be used as play area, tv room or study, this hallway give aslo access to another balcony
On this floor are 2 large bedrooms , the third smaller bedroom is at this moment in use as a dressing room. Large modern bathroom with double sink, bathtube and a seperate shower. The large roofterrace can be reached via a fixed staircase.
The property is located on the corner of the Johannes Vermeerplein and Johannes Vermeerstraat in Amsterdam Zuid and is named after the 17th-century painter Johannes Vermeer. The Johannes Vermeerstraat runs from the Ruyschdaelstraat to the Hobbemastraat. the first part of the street is adjacent to the Museum.
Within walking distance are the Museumplein, the Concertgebouw, the P.C. Hooftstraat, the Van Baerlestraat and the Albert Cuyp market. You can visit the Van Baerlestreet or the Albert Cuyp for your groceries. There is a large variety of great restaurants, trendy coffee shops, lively bars and shops nearby. For example. at the end of the street restaurant Loetje is located and Cafe Wildschut and the College are around the corner. The property is easily accessible by public transport (tram lines 3 5, 12, 16 and 24) and the car (exit S108).