The grandeur of the museum district and Concertgebouw District Valeriusplein 24 is a very spacious building with a total gross area of approximately 435 m2, divided over no fewer than five complete floors. The building exudes the grandeur that is so characteristic of the Museum Quarter and the Concertgebouw District. The facade is a striking example of the architectural style of the time: red brick, stained glass, stylised lintels in a different colour, ornamental ironwork, and of course, the traditional hardstone stairs to the entrance.
A truly unique property with new layout and corresponding artist impressions designed by architect Den Older Vleugels with the highest quality standards possible. The design comprises of an elevator, new terrace/balcony to the kitchen, rooftop terrace, wellness with sauna and swimming pool, smart home features, two half open attics, a grand glass facade stretched out all the way to the first floor at side of the back garden and overall luxury finishing with high-end materials. The estimated budget is approximately € 1,280,000 including VAT.
Behind this impressive façade lies a magnificent house, which was completely renovated in 2002. Nothing was left to chance in the plans of renowned architects Ed Veenendaal & Partners. Exterior walls, floors, staircases and original features were retained. Furthermore, the house was adapted to the highest standards of our time, with a keen eye for quality materials and workmanship. All exterior windows were renewed and double-glazed. In the bathrooms and toilets, the bathroom fixtures and taps are from Philippe Starck. A hydrophore water system provides sufficient water pressure for all sanitary facilities. Security is of a high quality thanks to an alarm system coupled to a camera registration system and burglar-retardant foil on the windows. An extensive data network was laid throughout the house. The lighting, with dimmable recessed spotlights in all rooms, was designed to achieve perfectly balanced lighting. There are ceiling speakers throughout the house, ready to be connected to a central audio system. And the as yet unmentioned surprise in the basement: a gym with jacuzzi, Finnish sauna and associated power showers. In short, this property has been built for carefree enjoyment.
The most famous park in the Netherlands "Het Vondelpark" is uniquely located in the popular Amsterdam Oud-Zuid district. If suburban country life is not for you, and you prefer the nearby active city life, you’ll find everything you could wish for here, The cosy Cornelis Schuytstraat is within walking distance, the large museums and the Concertgebouw are not far away. The best restaurants, galleries and quality shops; you are surrounded by them. And then to top it all, there is even the most famous park in the Netherlands, less than five minutes walk from your front door.
Valeriusplein 24 is indeed a town house, but that does not mean you live right on the street. A deep front garden separates your entrance from the public space in front. The front garden is surrounded by gating, featuring a lockable gate with intercom. You enter your home via the natural stone staircase with stately wrought iron banisters. Also at the rear you have – in terms of urban concepts – a large, west-oriented garden. This is accessible from the basement, but also via an attractive staircase from the first floor.
• Lockable front yard of approximately 50 m2
• Back garden of approximately 63 m2 located
at the west side
• Impressive entrance with marble floors and stairs
• 5 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms with under floor heating
• 4 toilets
• Gym with jacuzzi, sauna and power showers
• Private land