Jacob Burggraafstraat 112 1018 WA Amsterdam
A home in “Het Groenland” complex (named after the former wharf) combines the tranquility of the Wittenburg peninsula with the hustle and bustle of the inner city nearby. This lovely 85 sqm, 3-room apartment is on the ground floor and showcases a beautiful tall ceiling and large windows. This makes the apartment exceptionally bright, and ensures an unobstructed view of the leafy area next to the building.
The communal entrance leads to the front door of the apartment. The central hall opens to the living room, bathroom, storage and restroom. The living room is exceptionally large and includes an open-plan kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of appliances. One bedroom is at the front of the apartment, the other room is more centrally positioned and can also serve as a study or dressing room. The bathroom is large and is equipped with a bathtub, shower and sink. The large storage/utility room with the fittings for the laundry station can be accessed both from the apartment’s private hall and from the building’s communal hall. There is a parking garage under the building.
In short: a fabulous apartment that can be finished to meet your own particular preferences and taste.
The complex was designed by the renowned Flemish Architectural Firm AWG-BOB Van Reeth and was built in 2004. The design is based on the look and feel of Amsterdam’s historic warehouses, the kind that once stood in this part of the city. Two of the building’s facades stand in the water. The building has a communal deck by the water with a swimming ladders, so that you can take a dip in de Wittenburgervaart during the summer. And in the winter, put on your skates and head out!
*Residential floor area approximately 85 sqm
*Tall ceilings, 2.90 meters
*Energy label A
*Ground lease prepaid until 2052
*Healthy HOA, professional management, monthly service charges of € 187.47
*Long-term maintenance plan in effect
The property is in a quiet location on the Wittenburg peninsula, part of the sought-after Eastern Islands. These islands were reclaimed from the water of Het IJ in the 17th century, home to VOC wharfs and houses. In immediate proximity to Dappermarkt, Oosterpark, Artis, Scheepvaartmuseum, Muziektheater ’t IJ, Nemo, as well as lovely Brouwerij ‘t IJ. Next door to the complex is café/restaurant ’t Markerhuisje, ideal for a cup of coffee on the sidewalk terrace or a glass of wine in the evening. Groceries are available on Czaar Peterstraat and from Brazilië shopping center, both are within easy walking distance. The adjacent Oostenburg area and the former Navy Grounds on Kattenburg are seeing major new development, and will add even more spice and vibrancy to the neighborhood.
Excellent connectivity to the A10 beltway via the IJ-tunnel, arterial roads to Piet Hein-tunnel, Schellingwouderbrug Bridge and the new Spaarndammer-tunnel. The property is also easily accessible by public transportation, the bus and tram stop, for service to Amsterdam Central Station, is just a short walk away.