Looking for an attractive, ready-to-move-in luxury apartment in the Statenkwartier area with a large roof terrace? This two-storey apartment (bovenhuis), renovated in 2019 and 2020, is now for sale! The house is located in a quiet street in the popular Statenkwartier in the middle of the International zone, close to the shopping street 'Frederik Hendriklaan', French School (Lycée Francais) and the German school. Moreover, you can be on the beach of Scheveningen in no time or enjoy a delicious meal in the Harbour of Scheveningen. The Statenlaan with various tram options that will take you into the city center is around the corner. If you want to go by car in the direction of Amsterdam/Schiphol Airport, then it’s an easy drive through the Hubertus tunnel towards the A44.
Entrance at street level, meter cupboard, hallway with modern toilet and sink. The entire apartment has a beautiful oak parquet floor. Through the door you enter the incredibly bright L-shaped living room with attractive windows. What a lovely space! The living room has an open kitchen layout in the middle with built-in appliances. This luxurious kitchen has a cooking island with induction hob, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and oven. At the rear is the dining room where you can have a nice large dining table with access to a lovely and sunny balcony on the North West (afternoon and evening sun).
Via the stairs you reach the landing with a skylight, making the hall very bright. On this floor there are 3 bedrooms and a luxurious bathroom. Also here they have placed this beautiful oak floor. The rear bedroom has a balcony (afternoon/evening sun) and is very spacious, the front bedroom has a beautiful view over the street. The side room is a good size for a children’s bedroom or a study. On the landing is a separate room for the central heating system (Remeha, 2019) and the washing machine connection is located here.
The very spacious and luxurious bathroom is located between the bedrooms. This is equipped with a large bath, separate walk-in shower with glass wall and large rain and hand shower. The washbasin is very beautiful and is equipped with beautiful taps with an illuminated mirror above it. There is also a towel radiator for warm towels in the morning and the room is equipped with mechanical ventilation.
Via the stairs you reach the unique selling point of this apartment: the spacious roof terrace of approx. 17 m2. Here you can spend the whole day in the sun and enjoy a BBQ with friends or the peace and quiet after a hard day's work. What a beautiful view!
The apartment was thoroughly renovated in 2019/2020 and is in very good condition. Getting enhousiastic? Then please call our office and make an appointment for a viewing!
- The Hague section AK number 11637 - A 2 constituting 8/15th share in the VVE
- VVE contribution 133.50 euros per month
- VVE active, registered in the Chamber of Commerce, collective home insurance
- Year of construction: 1923
- Own ground
- Nationally protected BSG Statenkwartier
- Renovated in 2019/2020
- Double glazing
- Insulated Fermacell floors throughout the house
- Oak wooden parquet floors throughout the house
- New insulated roofing in 2019
- CV combi boiler Remeha Tzerra HR from 2019
- Energy label C
- Living area xx m2 NEN 2580 standard measured
- 17 m2 roof terrace
- 2 balconies
- 3 bedrooms and luxurious bathroom
Nice information about the house and transformation:
In 2019/2020, the houses of number 59-73, which served as a hotel since 1991, were transformed into beautiful apartments. Van Aerssenstraat 67 and 69 were built in 1923 as part of one of the 2 building parts of the shopping center project: Van Aerssenstraat 59 - 73. House number 67 was built as a shop and 69 as a residence. According to a neighbour across the street who came to live in the street in the 1960s, 67 had been a grocery store for quite some time. Since 1991 the building served as part of Esquire Hotel and later Hotel Maurits. The ground floor was the breakfast restaurant with breakfast kitchen and 6 hotel rooms were located on the upper floors. Over the years, the stairwell of 67 has been removed, it has been restored to its original condition and as a result the 2 houses are now almost identical to Van Aerssenstraat 71 and 73, as it was built 100 years ago.