AROUND THE CORNER FROM THE PURMERPLEIN LIES THIS VERY CHARMING, ATTRACTIVE AND WELL-MAINTAINED EXTENDED CORNER HOUSE OF NO LESS THAN 90 M² WITH A SPACIOUS AND SUNNY GARDEN. THIS WAY, YOU COMBINE COMFORTABLE CITY LIVING WITH VILLAGE COSINESS.
The layout of the house is as follows:
Entrance with spacious hall, ample wardrobe facilities, stairs to the first floor with storage cupboard and access to the living room cum open kitchen. In 2012, the house was extended on the side, creating a spacious living room with a skylight that provides plenty of light. It is the largest house in this neighbourhood and because of its corner location, there is still a spacious garden. At the rear of the living room is the modern U-shaped high-gloss kitchen with a concrete countertop, a SMEG cooker, a dishwasher and a fridge-freezer. A (fixed) crockery cupboard has been created at the side. There is also a separate toilet on the ground floor and a separate room for a washing machine and dryer. Through the double French doors at the rear, the neatly landscaped garden can be reached. The south-facing garden with a back entrance has plenty of privacy. The wooden shed offers extra storage space.
The entire ground floor has beautiful solid oak flooring.
Through the landing you reach all rooms. At the front is the white tiled bathroom with a bath and a washbasin and at the back is a separate toilet with a beautiful trapeze window. This floor has two bedrooms, currently used as children's rooms. The entire floor, apart from the bathroom and toilet, has solid oak flooring.
The second floor is accessed via an open fixed staircase. The attic is a lovely open, bright and surprising space with two spacious dormers, a built-in desk and a generous storage cupboard. Eye-catching are the wooden rafters. This floor is used as the master bedroom.
- Municipal monument since 2016 and Protected Town and Villagescape;
- Current ground lease right has been bought off until 01-09-2049, the perpetual ground lease has been snapped up.
- Living area 90 m². Measurement report available;
- Garden facing south with a back entrance;
- Storage in the garden of 3.4 m²;
- Delivery in consultation;
The house is part of a larger urban design for Tuindorp Nieuwendam from 1925. This garden village with its many public green spaces has often served as an example for later garden villages throughout Europe. The design is by Amsterdam School architect Jan Boterenbrood, known for, among others, Huize Lydia on Roelof Hartplein. The architectural style is a culmination of the rural version of the Amsterdam School. In the late 1990s, these houses were renovated by the housing association.
A short distance away is Rural North with its picturesque scenes and nature: from nature reserve De Rietlanden, Het Buiten-IJ, the Schellingwouderdijk to rural Waterland around the corner. In less than five cycling minutes you are in the Vliegenbos with lots of walking possibilities (and tennis club Elzenhagen, among others).
The rest of Amsterdam is not far away with the North/South line and the IJ tunnel nearby. Around the corner, a bus service takes you to Central Station in 10 minutes. By bike, you can reach the ferry across the IJ to Central Station in about 10 minutes. Via the Schellingwouder Bridge, you can reach the heart of Amsterdam East by bike within 25 minutes. The A-10 ring road is less than 5 minutes away by car.
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