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€ 10.500.000 k.k.
391 m2 living
Hidden away on the edge of Vondelpark you will find this one-of-a-kind and highly prestigious former 19th century monumental orangery of 322 m2, boasting a tropical garden and a spacious, habitable garden house of 69 m2.
The chalet-style orangery and former workshop of sculptor John Rädecker consists of a timber frame construction with wood and brick and has an eye-catching design because of the windows, the projecting wooden rooflines and decorations.
An orangery is a building in which plants are stored that cannot withstand the cold during the winter and therefore, the main building has formerly been used as a orangery. A breathtaking number of windows extend to the end of the garden.
The property comprises the main building and the garden house. The main building, measuring 322 m2, is spread over 3 floors, features 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, and has a ground floor ceiling height of nearly 4 meters. Some remarkable features of this house are the wooden beams, the large number of windows, and the classic spiral staircase. The tropical look & feel of the garden (approx. 850 m2) is experienced inside as well and gives the house a warm atmosphere.
The garden house is built in the same style as the orangery, with the same decorated roofline finishings. The highly unique conservatory provides access to the garden house, which features a bedroom with bathroom and a kitchen. The ceiling height here is almost 3.5 meters.
The exceptionally green and lush garden is a delight to look at and is located in the middle of the premises. Many plant species from all over the world are in full bloom here in summer. Furthermore, there is a separate car entrance.
•Total residential area of approx. 391 m2, consisting of main building of approx. 322 m2 and garden house approx. 69 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
•Tropical garden surrounding the property of approx. 850 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
•6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms;
•Former orangery and sculpture workshop of John Rädecker (of the Dam Square monument, among othersr);
•Timber frame construction;
•Built around 1890;
•Located on leasehold land, perpetual leasehold is requested;
•Delivery in consultation.