Building

Petit Amstel is the residential building if luxury and comfort are what you’re looking for. The entire building has been fully renovated, incorporating sustainable, premium materials. Interior architect Roelfien Vos found inspiration from the neo-classic style of the building and breathed new life into its original grandeur.

Parking available in the nearby parking garage upon application, for approximately € 200 per month.

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Petit Amstel

The apartments feature carefully considered layouts and elegant finishes. Spanning five levels, which are accessible by elevator, the building incorporates the following apartment models:

  • 2 ground floor apartments with a garden (raised street level and basement) 135 – 143 sqm;
  • 4 apartments with two bedrooms (1st and 2nd floors) 75 sqm;
  • 2 apartments with tall ceilings due to the exposed roof ridge structure, two bedrooms (3rd floor) 61 sqm.

Petit Amstel

24 A

Basement and ground floor

  • Ground floor (72 sqm) with a family room, kitchen/lounge and steps to the garden
  • Basement (71 sqm) with:
    • 3 (bed)rooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Second restroom
  • Garden (55 sqm)
  • Climatized wine cabinet
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 B

Basement and ground floor
  • Ground floor (63 sqm) with a family room, kitchen/lounge and steps to the garden
  • Basement (72 sqm) with 3 (bed)rooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Second restroom
  • Climatized wine cabinet
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 C

1st floor
  • Residential floor area 75 sqm
  • 2 (bed)rooms
  • Balcony at the front
  • Balcony at the rear (5 sqm)
  • Bathroom with a walk-in shower, double vanity, separate restroom
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 D

1st floor
  • Residential floor area 75 sqm
  • 2 (bed)rooms
  • Balcony at the front
  • Balcony at the rear (5 sqm)
  • Bathroom with a walk-in shower, double vanity, separate restroom
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 E

2nd floor
  • Residential floor area 75 sqm
  • 2 (bed)rooms
  • Bathroom with a walk-in shower, double vanity, separate restroom
  • Balcony at the rear (6 sqm)
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 F

2nd floor
  • Residential floor area 75 sqm
  • 2 (bed)rooms
  • Bathroom with a walk-in shower, double vanity, separate restroom
  • Balcony at the rear (6 sqm)
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 G

3rd floor
  • Residential floor area 61 sqm
  • Tall ceilings due to exposed roof ridge
  • 2 (bed)room, bathrooms
  • Built-in wardrobes
  • Separate restroom
  • Herringbone oak flooring in livingroom

24 H

3rd floor
  • Residential floor area 61 sqm
  • Tall ceilings due to exposed roof ridge
  • 2 (bed)room, bathrooms
  • Built-in wardrobes
  • Separate restroom
  • Herringbone oak flooring in living room

Petit Amstel

Unique: luxury rental apartments in the downtown area of Amsterdam

Surroundings

Do some shopping in the Utrechtsestraat, or have a drink  on a terrace at the Amstel river.

Location

At the heart of the inner city, nearby monumental Hogesluis bridge and Amstel Hotel, this is Amsterdam’s most vibrant area. Simply cross the bridge and immerse yourself in the design walhalla of the city: from fashion, interior design to lifestyle hotspot: Utrechsestraat has is all. Or sit back on a waterfront terrace by Amstel river. The area surrounding Oosterpark, Linnaesstraat and Beukenplein is also home to countless good restaurants, cafes and coffee bars. A wide selection of cultural venues is also within walking distance of the property: from theaters including Carré, to cinemas and museums, such as Hermitage.

Petit Amstel is situated immediately next to metro station Weesperplein, from where the metro will take you to Amsterdam Central Station, Station Zuid and Amstel Station within minutes. The A10 beltway can be accessed by Sarpathistraat, exit S112.

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This eastern part of the city is abuzz

The amazing restaurants, pubs and coffee bars in the area around Oosterpark, Linnaeusstraat and Beukenplein are more than worth exploring. Carré, the Hermitage or a walk through Artis are perfect cultural outings.

History

Samuel Sarphati (doctor in the 19th century) commissioned the building of Amstel Hotel, and laid its foundation stone. The hotel’s appeal aligns with the Petit Amstel properties. ‘Petit’ refers back to the ‘fin de siècle’ style period during which the building was erected (1868). Following the war, Sarphatistraat 24-26 was known as Huize Henriette, a daycare center. Henriette Pimentel, head mistress of several daycare centers in Plantage District, was responsible for the safe accommodation of Jewish children during the war.