TURN KEY apartment of 125m² located on the second floor with three bedrooms and a very spacious terrace in the luxury apartment complex The Wing completed last year.
The apartment is finished to a very high standard with luxury materials and features a luxury kitchen with three good bedrooms. Very nice is the very wide terrace of 23m² where you can sit in the sun with side view over the IJ. The apartment has a separate storage room in the basement and the option of your own parking space.
The apartment was completed in 2021 and the current owners have finished the apartment to a high standard.
The layout of the apartment is as follows;
Spacious entrance with beautiful marble-look slabs on the walls, through the steel frame door you reach the living room cum kitchen. The kitchen is a Siematic brand, matte anthracite with a composite countertop (Evora Quartz) and with Siemens kitchen appliances; an induction hob and an extractor beautifully concealed in the cabinets, combi oven and dishwasher (with wifi), work island with sink and a Quooker, large refrigerator with hyper-fresh section, three freezer drawers and a wine cooler. There is also plenty of closet space.
The beautiful spacious living room that can be called very playful, because it is not a straightforward space. There is a large sliding door to reach the covered terrace.
Because the facade is staggered, the balcony from the living room is extra wide with views over the yet-to-be-constructed Schegpark, with a view of the EYE Film Museum, the Adam Tower and views of the IJ River beyond. Very nice is the natural stone that was used as a finish for the facade and can be clearly seen from the living room to the balcony.
From the luxuriously spacious hall is accessible the bathroom, toilet and the three bedrooms.
The bathroom with beautiful large tiles on the floor and designer tiles on the walls is of course equipped with underfloor heating and is tiled to the ceiling. The bathroom has a bath with thermostat, double sink with cabinet and mirror (with lighting and heating), separate large walk-in shower with thermostat, the second wall closet and beautiful recessed spotlights all with dimmers.
Three bedrooms, all three with access to the balcony, the balcony with partly the terrace part thus runs the entire width of the apartment.
The master bedroom has its own spacious walk-in closet.
Storage room with the hot and cold water connection (DRIES).
The WKO installation, the whole apartment has heat and cold storage.
Also you will find here the connection for the washer and dryer.
The entire apartment has underfloor heating and is finished with a PVC herringbone floor.
- Living area 125m²;
- Spacious terrace located on the living room and across the entire width of the apartment;
- Luxury kitchen Siematic brand with Siemens appliances;
- Svedex interior doors with beautiful black door handles;
- Entire renovated apartment with plastered walls;
- Throughout the house is a beautiful PVC herringbone floor;
- Underfloor heating throughout the house;
- Storage in the basement;
- The purchase price of the parking lot is € 50,000;
- The service costs for the house and storage are € 149,85 per month and for the parking € 34,55.
- The canon is for the current period bought off until 2069.
The apartment complex, called The Wing has a very beautiful and dynamic form, it has a cosmopolitan allure with an ideal location with plenty of greenery and the city at your fingertips. The shape of the building, a wing, creates a unique dynamic between nature and architecture. On the Schegpark is also the communal garden of The Wing. Thus, every resident enjoys this unique spot, with a view of EYE Film Museum and the A'DAM Tower. Partly due to the use of natural stone in the facade, The Wing has something Italian - and that was exactly what the architect wanted to achieve.
The architect's idea was to bring outside in, as much openness as possible due to the unique location with views of the Scheggpark, the IJ, EYE museum and the Adam Tower.
The Wing has a striking fold in the building. Not for nothing did the architect choose this shape. The shape came from the location, on the Schegpark and overlooking the IJ. Then you want to create as many views as possible. Bringing the outside in was the idea of Paul Stavert of Powerhouse Company. The horizontal lines emphasize the panache of the balconies, which playfully alternate between straight and rounded corners. Moreover, the facade also staggers, making the balcony extra deep in certain places.
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