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A very bright corner apartment on the 13th floor, finished to a very high quality throughout and with spectacular view of the Zuidas and fields of the Amsterdam Football Club. The living area is approximately 141 m2. It has three bedrooms, a sunny west-facing balcony, a parking space in the underground parking garage, and a separate storage space in the basement.
The apartment is part of the Eurocenter complex completed in 2006. This particular apartment was reduced to a shell in 2014 and completely rebuilt to a much higher specification and is consequently more luxurious than the other apartments in the building of the same type.
There are no ceiling moldings nor radiators in the design. Instead, underfloor heating has been installed, adjustable per room with individual thermostats. Heating and hot water are provided by economical district heating. The entire house benefits from a chic warm grey synthetic resin cast floor, seamlessly cast.
The apartment, which served as a show home, was only taken into use in 2016, but even then was rarely occupied (less than 18 months) because the owners live abroad. It is in excellent condition.
The building has a very spacious and beautifully decorated entrance hall, with a caretaker's desk, works of art by Tajiri, and a sitting area for receiving guests or holding informal meetings.
Entry into the entrance hall with cloakroom, a separate toilet and a storage room with connection for the washing machine and dryer.
The apartment has three bedrooms, one with built-in wardrobes across the full length. The bathroom has a walk-in shower with two showers that can be used at the same time and a washbasin in white Corian. The wide mirror is heated and thus always steam free.
The spacious living room (approx. 75 m2) is very light and airy due to the ceiling-high windows across the full width of the apartment, which offers highly impressive views of the Zuidas. The sunny balcony is on the west.
The modern and stylish kitchen was designed by Dimitri de Roek and is equipped exclusively with Bosch built-in appliances: dishwasher, convection oven, separate microwave and a large induction hob and carbon filter extractor. The kitchen is made of solid wood.
The building is equipped with central ventilation with the highest specifiable particulate filters and emits purified air of 19° into the apartment all year round at a speed that can be set by the resident (3 settings).
Fiber optic internet is installed.
Living on the bustling Zuidas in an environment with international allure and amenities. It is ideally located with fast connections to key roads and the ring to the A10. It is close to Amsterdam city centre, but also very green with the Amstelpark and Beatrixpark just around the corner. RAI station is 175m from the apartment: 10 minutes to Schiphol Airport, and connections to the entire country; one stop from Zuid station. Tram line 4 also starts here, which runs directly to the city centre. Within 100 m is the free GP bus that shuttles every half hour to the luxurious Gelderlandplein shopping centre with its abundant amenities. There are numerous restaurants and smaller eateries in the vicinity.
- Corner apartment with 3 bedrooms and a living area of approximately 141 m2
- Beautiful views from the apartment and the west-facing balcony
- Private parking space in the underground parking garage for sale for €55.000,- K.K.
- Year of construction of the building 2006, complete renovation 2014 (show home)
- Entire apartment has underfloor heating
- The caretaker is present during the day until about 3:30 pm
- VvE service costs: €450 + heating costs advance €120
Large communal indoor bicycle storage.
- Located on a leasehold. The current period has been bought off until 2056. A request for transfer has been submitted via the 'spijtoptantenregeling' arrangement.
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