”Vespucci”, a culturally rich historical name, fully honored by combining it with the very special Amsterdam School architectural style.
Rohlof Real Estate offers you this special corner maisonette to make your dreams come true.
This beautiful and playfully arranged 4-room apartment is located on the third and fourth floor of this fantastic monumental building dated around 1925 situated on private land. With an impressive entrance, many windows, a roof dome with access to the roof terrace and a beautiful view over the green neighborhood.
We enter the building through the joint covered entrance and the staircase leads us to the front door of the apartment. We continue in the hall of the apartment with access to the rooms on this floor. 2 nice bedrooms, separate toilet, wardrobe, laundry room and the passage to the living room with open kitchen.
The living room is located on the street side and, partly due to the corner location, has a beautiful view over the Vespuccistraat. The architectural style and the green character through the mature trees make this street beautiful and the view is never boring. The living room has sleek stucco, wooden floors and lots of light. The open kitchen gives a nice spacious feeling and is now equipped with a straight arrangement with equipment.
The open staircase leads to the very spacious landing, an ideal space for a workplace or closet space, for example, and access to the third bedroom. The very stylishly decorated bathroom is also located on this floor and is equipped with a bath, walk-in shower and washbasin (and a fine opening window). On the landing of this floor is the staircase to the roof terrace where literally a world opens up. Beautiful view over the city and of course a lovely sunny outdoor area. Let the summer begin!
History and environment
The Vespuccistraat is characterized by the expressionistic, fantastic shapes based on the architecture of the well-known Amsterdam School. The street and surroundings have a rich history. Vespuccistraat, for example, is located on the former Kostverlorenvaart, now known as the Baasjes, named after the former eighteenth century inn ’de Drie Baarsjes’. This inn has taken on several guises over the centuries, and was even used as a carpentry house between 1941 and 1956. Although the inn was eventually demolished, the streets around the Baarsjes still breathe the rich history of that time.
A day out starts as soon as you leave the house – you are in bustling Amsterdam! Visit one of the nearby colorful coffee shops or enjoy a cool drink on the countless terraces. Or visit the well-known center of Amsterdam, which is only a 10-minute bike ride away. Full of historic streets, impressive monuments and inspiring museums. Everything is possible in this metropolis.