This detached city villa on the water with a total of 11 rooms and approximately 373 m2 of floor space is located in one of the most prominent locations in Amsterdam Old-South on a plot of 917 m2.
There is a possibility to expand the villa to a gross floor area of 652m2!
The expansion must fit in with the cultural-historical and spatial values of the area. For example, conditions are set for the demolition of parts and extensions in the roof.
The unique house is located on the stately Apollolaan and on the water of the Jan van Goyenkade. A very charming villa due to the authentic details and which has an exceptionally deep garden of approximately 552 m2 in front of the villas in the Apollo neighborhood. Despite being located on the northwest, a very sunny garden during the day due to the free location. This attractive family home has 2 driveways and space for 4 cars on its own property.
In the renders a possible extension that would meet the conditions.
The future villa offers space for a fantastic living floor with sitting room, study, au pair room and a large kitchen diner on the garden side, exit to the newly created large terrace and a beautiful view of the deep garden and the water of the Noorder Amstel Canal.
In the basement there is room for a swimming pool with fitness and wellness with direct exit to the garden, a bar with pool table and a cinema.
On the floors the master bedroom suite and the other 4 bedrooms and in the attic space for a nice yoga studio.
A very nice and unique family villa in a central location where nothing is missing!
The villa was built in 1927 by the architectural firm Gulden en Geldemaker. The Amsterdam School style they used is recognizable by the many subtle, but carefully elaborated brick decorations. When the Amsterdam School became more commonplace, the style changed to a simplified version of this movement. Although the designs often have a unique appearance, and there is still ornamental masonry, it all became less exuberant.
Characteristic buildings of the office, with other architects affiliated at the time, are located at Gerrit van der Veenstraat (1926-1927), Minervalaan/Stadionkade (1931-1932) and Hoofdweg (1925-1928).
The location is excellent, within walking distance of the Cornelis Schuytstraat and Beethoventraat, on the water of the Jan van Goyenkade, diagonally opposite the sports fields of the Olympiaplein and near the Vondelpark.
Restaurants, terraces and an extensive range of shops with good specialist shops within easy reach. The Concertgebouw and the major museums are also within walking distance. There are also various primary and secondary schools and childcare in the immediate vicinity.
Various roads can be reached within a few minutes by car.
Public transport offers good connections, both in and out of the city. Train/metro station Zuid/WTC is 5 minutes by bike.