Amsterdam

Pieter Lastmankade 30 A

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Pieter Joep van den Brink
Partner | Makelaar RMT Pieter Joep van den Brink info@vandenbrink.nl +31(0)20 - 671 72 72

Omschrijving

" DE SCHOOL"
PIETER LASTMANKADE 30 A

Unique history, unique location, unique project and a unique opportunity to live on the waterfront in the former Willemspark School in the beautiful residential area of Amsterdam Oud-Zuid! “De School” offers a completely renovated development of 5 high-end apartments with garden, roof terrace and un.obstructed view over the water.

Stylish apartment with an unprecedented living area of 406 m2 and 214 m2 garden on the ground floor of the renovation project “De School” on the Pieter Lastmankade. This unique object has been built entirely to the latest modern standards and is energy efficient. With a beautiful solid oak floor and 3/4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a sauna and plenty of cupboard space, this is a very unique object with a view over the Noorder Amstelkanaal.

ARCHITECTURE
In 1924, the first building of the Willemspark School was constructed on the Pieter Lastmankade. “The School” is part of the expressive architectural style of the Amsterdam School, which emerged around 1910, as a reaction to the neo-styles of the 19th century. Driven by a rapidly changing society, architecture also developed an urge to innovate and look for new sources of inspiration for design. Driven young architects started using typical Dutch materials, such as bricks and roof tiles, to create completely irrational shapes. The emphasis was now more on spectacle, beauty and romance. The use of reinforced concrete in the construction also makes wide horizontal windows possible. The horizontal line is therefore one of the most important features. Bricks are ideal for all kinds of creative excesses: experiments with brickwork bonds, protrusions, decorative edges, curves, but increasingly the emphasis was on abstract compositions and plasticity.

NEW WITH RESPECT FOR THE PAST
The Willemspark Scholenvereniging (WPS) was founded in 1921 after the introduction of the Primary Education Act in 1920. The aim was to offer modern and responsible primary education in classes of a maximum of thirty students, with a high emphasis on personal development.
In 1924, the first building of the Willemsparkschool was constructed on the Pieter Lastmankade. Unique history, unique location, unique housing project and a unique opportunity to live on the waterfront in the former Willemsparkschool in the beautiful residential area of Amsterdam Oud-Zuid!
“De School” offers a completely renovated development of 5 high-end apartments with an unobstructed view over the water. No expense has been spared to realize this project in the style of the Amsterdam School.
Abstraction and beauty are the starting point for this renovation and are expressed in the interior, the building materials and the finishing. The preservation of the traditional character of the original school is the common thread throughout the renovation.
The combination of tradition with modern facilities and finishing at the highest level ensures a balance between the spirit of the history of “the Amsterdam School” and the wishes of the new residents.

HIGH QUALITY, COMFORT & DESIGN
All apartments have undergone a total transformation in which high-quality materials have been used and all attention has been paid to the efficient use of energy. This quality is accompanied by a special design and attention to layout and comfort. The beautiful large windows, the outdoor spaces and the high ceilings are characteristic of this beautiful building.

The building was designed with the aim of preserving the combination of history & the modern wishes of the 21st century in which people in an international city have little time and prefer; comfort, low.maintenance materials, plenty of storage space and an outdoor area on the outskirts of the city. The building has two elevators, which provide access to each apartment.

Gardens | Roof terrace | Balconies
The charming landscaped front garden of approximately 100 m2 provides maximum privacy and a beautiful view. The landscaped path that leads to the front door of “De School” has the option to park some bicycles in the therefore designated bicycle racks on its own enclosed grounds. The backyard (400 m2), landscaped with lots of greenery and beautiful sun terraces, is exclusively intended for the residents of the ground floor apartments. Apartment D has access to the beautiful roof terrace where you can enjoy the fantastic view of Amsterdam in complete privacy.

Energy-efficient
“De School” has been completely renovated, with energy efficiency high on the priority list. The various installations used ensure the intended energy-efficient EPA A+ label. Presence of solar panels (in total 60 panels are distributed over all apartments - about 12 each), sustainable climate control, underfloor heating, optimal insulation, air conditioners with cooling and heating functions, sun-reflecting glass, energy efficient and high-efficiency central heating boilers, optimal insulation and naturally ventilated through drip openings integrated into window frames.


PIETER LASTMANKADE 30A
This stylish apartment consists of a unique living area of no less than 406 m2 and 214 m2 garden on the ground floor of the renovation project “De School” on the Pieter Lastmankade.

Ground floor
Entering the charmingly front garden and the beautiful central entrance, the front door gives direct access to the apartment. A spacious hallway, with a separate toilet and wardrobe, leads to the very large living room with open kitchen and dining room. This living area offers a nice view of the beautiful landscaped backyard as well as the front garden and the Noorder Amstelkanaal.

The open kitchen, complete with cooking island, is from the Bulthaup brand and is equipped with all necessary built-in appliances; including a Quooker and wine climate cabinet. Custom-made oak floor-to-ceiling doors naturally separate the living and dining areas.

On the garden side the office (annex bedroom) with large glass sliding doors is situated and provides direct access to the garden. This modern extension, made of Red Cedar wood and zinc, forms a beautiful contrast with the traditional character of the building.

Souterrain
The souterrain houses 3 spacious bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The master bedroom has an impressive cupboard wall behind the bed. The adjacent bathroom, of Italian design combined with Vola taps, is equipped with a freestanding bath, walk-in shower, double Monolith sinks, a wonderful sauna and a separate toilet. The ceramic tiles are from the Cigacar brand. Both bedrooms at the front have their own bathroom with walk-in shower, sink and separate toilet. One will also find a laundry room, technical room and storage room on this floor.

Garden
The beautifully landscaped garden has a unique size of approximately 214 m2 and is an oasis of peace at the rear of the apartment. Various terraces offer the opportunity to enjoy cosy drinks and dinners with friends and family in complete privacy. The apartment has plenty of storage space, built-in wardrobes, air conditioning in all bedrooms, underfloor heating and solid oak floors throughout the apartment.

PARTICULARITIES
- Living area measured according to NEN 406 m2
- The surface of the garden is approximately 214 m2
- 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
- Sauna with shower room
- Daikin air conditioning with heating- and cooling option available in all rooms with the exception of the garden house
- WTW unit; A heat recovery unit keeps the air flows in balance.
- Solid oak floor throughout the apartment
- Underfloor heating available throughout the apartment
- Use of high-quality materials
- Flos lighting throughout the apartment
- Bulthaup kitchen with Quooker
- Italian design baths and sinks
- All taps from the Vola brand (with the exception of the kitchen tap)
- Ceramic tiles from the Cigacer brand
- The apartment now has an energy label A+ and could be converted to A+++ by using heat pumps.
All based on insulation values provided by the contractor and suppliers of the glass and frames.
- The building in which the apartment is located is fully insulated during construction
- Presence of solar panels and sun-resistant glass
- The apartment has an alarm system
- The assigned notary on this project is Hartman LMH

OWNERSHIP GROUND LEASE
- The building is located on leasehold land of the municipality of Amsterdam
- General Provisions for perpetual groundlease 2000 apply
- The current period runs from 16-09-1983 up to 15-09-2035 and has been bought off
- The switch to perpetual leasehold has been requested under favourable conditions

LOCATION
The building is located on the Noorder Amstelkanaal, in the middle of the residential green area called Oud-Zuid. Many cultural attractions such as the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Concertgebouw are just around the corner. Within walking distance of the Cornelis Schuytstraat, the famous local street with lots of delicious food and drink options, boutiques and local shops for daily shopping. Restaurant Visque, bar Carter, Brasserie van Dam, Brasserie van Baerle, Brasserie De Joffers and many other lunchrooms and restaurants are within easy reach. On Saturdays there is a pleasant local market with many delicious products on Jacob Obrechtplein. Also the international PC Hoofdstraat with numerous luxury boutiques, the Conservatorium Hotel, the Rijks restaurant and the Seafood Bar is located around the corner. The lovely Vondelpark can be reached within 5 minutes walking distance, where there is plenty possibility for recreation.

ACCESSIBILITY
The Pieter Lastmankade is easily accessible from the exit S108. The center of Amsterdam can be reached within 10 minutes by tram or bicycle. The Ring A10, with a direct route to Schiphol Airport, is approximately 15 minutes away by car. Many tram, metro and bus connections are nearby.

DELIVERY
- Delivery in consultation
- The assigned notary on this project is Hartman LMH

Kenmerken

Aanvaarding

Vraagprijs
€ 5.950.000 k.k.
Status
Beschikbaar
Oplevering
In overleg
Adres
Pieter Lastmankade 30 A
Postcode
1075 KK
Plaats
Amsterdam

Bouw

Soort appartement
Bovenwoning, Appartement
Soort bouw
Bestaande bouw
Bouwjaar
1924
Onderhoud binnen
Uitstekend
Onderhoud buiten
Uitstekend

Oppervlakten en inhoud

Woonoppervlakte
ca. 406m²
Inhoud
ca. 1.531m³

Indeling

Aantal kamers
6
Aantal slaapkamers
4
Aantal badkamers
4
Aantal verdiepingen
2

Energie

Energielabel
A+
Isolatie
Dakisolatie, Vloerisolatie, Dubbel glas, HR-glas
Warm water
C.V.-ketel, Zonnecollectoren
Verwarming
C.V.-ketel, Vloerverwarming geheel
Ketel
(Eigendom)

Buitenruimte

Tuin
Achtertuin, Voortuin
Achtertuin
Noordwest, 214m², 12×18cm

Garage

Locatie

Street view
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Plattegronden

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