As it often happens in the most beautiful places; owners continue to live there for a long time and as a result there is not often something for sale. That is also the case here. Now a great opportunity to buy a home in this place. What deserves special attention; This well-maintained house is located on its own land, has three bedrooms and a very spacious garden.
The piece of Linnaeusparkweg around the fountain is without a doubt one of the most beautiful things in the Watergraafsmeer. In that leafy street, at the dead end (so no through traffic in front of the door), we can offer you, behind a charming and characteristic facade, a spacious double ground floor house of no less than 160 m2.
This beautiful mansion from 1905 with high ceilings still has many old details such as original and complete en-suite, beautiful fireplace mantles, wood carved (panel) doors and facades with original moldings and decorative ceilings. The house is located on its own ground and has a lovely, sheltered, wide and deep garden in a quiet courtyard. Over the years, the house has been well maintained and adapted to current needs. Façades, windows, floors, bathroom, kitchen have all been modernized.
The Watergraafsmeer (“Watergraftsmeer” graft = canal) was created in 1629 after the Diemermeer was drained. In the 17th and 18th centuries, many wealthy Amsterdammers built country estates in the Watergraafsmeer, of which the Frankendael villa still remains. De Watergraafsmeer has become a very popular residential area because of its beautiful architecture, central location, wide avenues and a child-friendly environment. Spacious and green living and yet 10 minutes by bike from the center of Amsterdam.
Bel-floor: with hardwood floors, ceiling height approx. 3.2 m
You enter the first floor through your own front door with stained glass. The main hall gives access to the different floors, rooms and a modern toilet. The first floor is still in authentic condition with ornately carved doors and door frames. Both en-suite rooms are very spacious, wide, and with high ornamental ceilings. The front room has an impressive fireplace and herringbone parquet. The back room also has a beautiful fireplace and merbau floor. Adjacent is also a classic conservatory-like loggia, fitted with modern glass. The luxury kitchen with underfloor heating and a view of the garden is adjacent and equipped with all modern appliances including a stainless steel worktop, quooker, real extractor hood, dishwasher, wide stove, fridge, freezer and large combi oven (all Bosch). Via a balcony and then a spiral staircase you enter the large, landscaped garden with terrace, lawn and garden house. In the morning there is the sun. This garden is no less than 12 meters deep.
Landing, bedroom and storage room at the front. Large bathroom in the middle with underfloor heating, double sink, walk-in shower with rain shower, modern bath and towel radiator. The master bedroom has a closet and patio doors to the garden. The adjacent bedroom has a handy cove as a box bed. In the hallway there is a storage room with connection for washing machine and dryer and a modern toilet with fountain.
– Living area 160m2, volume 581m3 (in accordance with measurement instructions);
– built around 1905;
– own ground
– equipped with double glazing in wooden frames;
– heating and hot water through a combi boiler (Intergas, 2020);
– electrical installation consisting of sufficient groups with earth leakage circuit breaker;
– known at the Land Registry’s office as municipality of Amsterdam, section B, complex designation 4085-A, apartment index 1;
– transfer in consultation.
ASSOCIATION OF OWNERS
– Active and financially healthy ‘association of owners Linnaeusparkweg 15’ in Amsterdam;
– incorporation: April 11th, 1995;
– 2/5th share in community;
– the administration is conducted in-house;
– the monthly VvE contribution is € 150,–;
– home insurance taken out by the VvE with sufficient cover.