Koningsstraat 48

1011 EW AMSTERDAM

Description

Living in the beautiful city center of Amsterdam, in a great monumental building of approximately 206 m2 on private land with garden.

The beautiful facade gleams at you but what is also striking, are the two front doors that allow the property to be lived in in multiple ways.

ENTRANCE & HALL
The left door gives access to the ground floor and souterrain. The spacious landing that probably once served as a store oHers ample space for a wardrobe and a built-in bookcase that also includes a desk.

GROUND FLOOR
The living room is remarkably bright and the doors at the rear provide access to the lovely garden on the southwest. Striking here are the characteristic wooden beams and the cozy rod division in the windows. In the expansion the kitchen which is equipped with the desired appliances. A bar by the window allows you to enjoy your breakfast in the morning overlooking the garden. The 'stable door' in the kitchen also gives access to the garden.

OUTDOOR LIFE
Due to the southwestern location of the garden, this is the place to enjoy social drinks with friends, long summer evenings but also take time for yourself and read a book.

SOUTERRAIN
The souterrain has a spacious bedroom with an attached sanitary facility consisting of a washbasin with natural stone sink, a shower and toilet. There is also a basement that oHers plenty of storage space and a washing machine connection.
The large window at the rear, overlooking the garden, gives a spacious feeling and provides natural light.

FIRST FLOOR
The right front door or the connecting door on the ground floor, take you to the upper floors. The first floor consists of two spacious bedrooms and a modern bathroom with bathtub, walk-in shower, sink and cabinet, towel radiator and toilet.

SECOND FLOOR
The second floor currently consists of a great work/sitting room at the front. This is of course also good to use as a bedroom. At the rear the cozy kitchen with appliances. Also on this floor a bathroom with walk-in shower, sink and toilet.

THIRD FLOOR
The third floor, also top floor, has a large landing. The large sliding doors provide lots of light, so it is very nice to sit here. Finally, this floor also has two good bedrooms.

A surprising property with beautiful authentic details such as the beautiful facade, wooden beams and window frames with attractive rod division but with the comfort of today.

A property with many possibilities! Studying children, as a pied à terre but of course also very suitable as a residence.
The owner has a B&B license which runs until 01-07-2028. Ask selling broker for the details.

DETAILS
- Entire property;
- 5 floors;
- 2 Front doors;
- 8 (bed) Rooms;
- 3 Bathrooms;
- 2 Kitchens;
- Garden facing southwest;
- Own land;
- National monument;
- Insulated roof;
- Double glazing;
- The exterior painting was done in 2024;
- A small strip of backyard is located on leasehold land from the City of Amsterdam. The application has been made under the favorable conditions.

OWNERSHIP SITUATION
The property is located on private land.

METRAGES:
- Living: 206m2 (272m2 gross), 138 m2 GO, 68 m2 other indoor with under beams 1.91 height and between beams 2 meters height.
- Gross volume: 648 m3

MONUMENTAL STATUS
The property is a monument.

ENERGY LABEL
Not required due to monumental status.

TRANSFER
Available immediately.

PARKING
Paid parking and by parking permit. The parking permit allows for parking in the residents' area of the Oosterdokgarage.

LOCATION
The combination of the central location with the tranquility that the property itself has to oHer makes this a great place to live.
Welcome to the Nieuwmarkt neighborhood where vibrant life merges with the authentic Amsterdammer who has lived here for years.
Cozy cafes and restaurants, Waterlooplein metro station a minute's walk away, university buildings and culture just around the corner.

FAMOUS RESIDENTS OF THE KONINGSSTRAAT
Willem Cornelisz. Duyster (1599-1635), painter, lived in Koningsstraat.
Willem van de Velde the Elder (1611-1693), painter, lived in Korte Koningstraat. Michiel Nouts (1628-1693), painter and city carillonneur, lived in Korte Koningsstraat. Adriaen van de Velde (1636-1672), painter, lived in Korte Koningsstraat. Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990), photographer, cinematographer, lived in Koningsstraat (no. 5, 3rd floor).

This information has been compiled by us with due care. However, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All stated dimensions and surface areas are indicative. The NVM conditions apply.

Features

Surface 206 m2
Rooms 8
Bedrooms 6
Availability Available in consultation
All Features

Features

Transfer of ownership
Asking price € 1.700.000,- K.K.
Status Available
Acceptance Available in consultation
   
Construction
Kind of house Herenhuis, row house
Building type Resale property
   
Surface areas and volume
Living area 206 m2
Plot size 100 m2
Volume in cubic meters 648 m3
   
Layout
Number of rooms 8 (6 bedrooms)
Number of bath rooms 3
Number of stories 5
Facilities Mechanical ventilation, tv via cable, rookkanaal, sliding door, skylight
   
Energy
Insulation Roof insulation, double glazing
Heating CH boiler
Hot water CH boiler
   
Exterior space
Location In center

Location

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