A unique, detached villa of 293m2 with two entrances suitable for use as a two homes or a practice at home. The building was completed in May 2022, is completely gas-free and has an A+ energy label, mainly due to the excellent insulation and the roof’s 21 solar panels.
The house is located on a bicycle/pedestrian pathway, with an unobstructed view of trees and water, in a peaceful, child-friendly neighborhood.
There are five bedrooms with sufficient space to create a sixth bedroom. Thanks to the many windows, the building is feels very light and airy.
The three-storey villa is one of several self-built detached, luxury villas at the Entregebied project. The location is ideal: close to the A10 ring road and the Schellingwouderbrug, ten minutes away by bike from the North-South line, the Waterlandplein shopping centre is just around the corner for your daily shopping and the Buikslotermeerplein is a five minute drive away from the villa. The ferry to Amsterdam CS can be reached in 15 minutes by bike. Schiphol is 15 minutes away, by car.
The idyllic rural villages Zunderdorp, Durgerdam, and Ransdorp are a five-minute bike ride away, as are two sport parks: Schellingwoude and De Weren. The city beach of IJburg can be reached within half an hour by bike. Amsterdam Noord offers many other options for relaxing or exercising, indoors, outdoors, alone or as part of a team.
DUAL PURPOSE: the two entrances and the duplicate facilities on the ground and top floors enable this villa to be used as a single home, as two homes, as a multi-generational home or as a home and practice or office.
Once inside the villa, you find yourself in an entrance hall with stairs leading up to the first floor and with a door leading into the ground floor apartment. Passing the meter cupboard you enter the spacious living room and kitchen area (with connections for a kitchen island), a separate bedroom, a luxurious bathroom with bath, shower, double sinks and toilet. By sectioning off a part of the spacious living room a second bedroom or office space could be created. The living room would then still be large enough to accommodate a large dining table and sitting area. From the living room you look out onto a small garden area and a shed where bicycles or an electric scooter could be stored. The shed could also be closed off with a garage door and then serve as a storage room or shed. A double-height space ensures that the ground floor remains light and airy. There is also space outside for a small table and chairs.
FIRST FLOOR: Accessible via the stairs in the entrance hall, this floor houses five spacious bedrooms, a bathroom with bath, shower and sink, a second bathroom with shower and sink and, on the landing, a separate toilet. The laundry area is also located on this floor.
TOP FLOOR: On this floor you will find a unique living , cooking and dining space with connections for a cooking island. Adjacent to the living room is a sunny, 56m2 plus roof terrace. The storey-wide harmonica doors are a fantastic transition from inside to outside; almost the entire facade can be pushed aside. On the opposite side of the room, the upper windows can be opened using a similar system so you are able to fully enjoy the view, the sun and the feeling of being outside. On this floor there is also a toilet with washbasin. The terrace is equipped with lighting and electricity for an optional outdoor kitchen.
PARKING: there is private parking for one vehicle and cables in place for an electric charging oint. Street parking is free of charge.
- newly built
- multiple options for occupancy
- 293m2 living space
- 21 solar panels
- Energy label A+
- Private parking with cables for a charging point
- Annual canon €5887
- Available immediately
- Entire house has herringbone PVC laminate
- Large sunny terrace
- The plot has willow fencing on three sides
- Heating and hot water is supply via Stadswarmte.
- Underfloor heating
- Reynears aluminum window frames
- Ideal multiple generation home for elderly parents or adult children
- Mechanical ventilation
- Favorable terms available for switching to perpetual leasehold
(reserved in 2019, but awaiting quotation from the Amsterdam council.)
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