WILLEMSPARKWEG 33 BASEMENT/RAISED GROUND FLOOR AND FIRST FLOOR, 1071 GP Amsterdam
Spacious three story residence on lower floor with a total area of approximately 234m² and a very large south-facing garden. The property offered consists of two apartment rights (2 residences), these being the basement/raised ground floor and the first floor.
The residence is in the chique Amsterdam Oud-Zuid neighbourhood between the Jacob Obrechtstraat and the Van Baerlestraat. You will find the exclusive shops of the Cornelis Schuytstraat, Van Baerlestraat and P.C. Hooftstraat in the neighbourhood. The residence is a stone’s throw away from the well-known Vondelpark. There are numerous amenities all in the immediate vicinity such as shops for your daily shopping needs, schools, child-care facilities, museums, open-air cafés and restaurants. There is easy access to the A10 ring road and public transport is also in the near vicinity.
This consists of a large kitchen at the front of the building with the living room adjacent at the rear. You can enter the garden, 16 metres deep, from the living room. The bathroom is fitted with a bath, shower and double sink unit. There is a separate toilet and storage in the hallway.
Raised ground floor:
The communal entrance on the raised ground floor will take you to your front door. The hallway offers you access to the magnificent room with its high ceilings (3.40m), herringbone pattern parquet floor and stone fireplaces. There is a kitchen at the rear of the building, which borders onto another room. The separate toilet is in the hallway.
Again, there is a magnificent room at the front of the building with high ceilings (3.50m), herringbone pattern parquet floor and a deep balcony. The hallway takes you to the bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet, shower and double sink unit.
The two apartment rights, which consist of a double residence on the lower floors and one on the first floor, will need to be combined officially if you want to create a three-storey residence on the lower floors.
This street runs to the former Willemspark, which was designed in 1881 as an extension of the Vondelpark. At that time the neighbourhood was part of the Nieuwer-Amstel town council, which had called this the Parkweg. However, the plans were changed in 1902, after which the present villa neighbourhood around the Emmaplein was built. The Willemspark was named after King Willem I.
(Source: Amsterdam city atlas)
- Apartment right, approximately 234m² (NEN-2580 measurement report available)
- Freehold, so no ground rent
- Large south-facing rear garden
- Consists of two apartment rights
- Small Association of Owners; 3 apartment rights but only 2 owners
- Monthly service costs amount to € 75
- Recently discussed with the owners of the properties at 29, 31 and 35 that the foundations would be repaired within 3 to 5 years
- Long-term maintenance plan available
- Parking under the permit system
- Completion in consultation