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Banstraat 38 Amsterdam

Asking price € 2.100.000 k.k.

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Beautiful and spacious family home of 186 m² with 6 rooms, its own indoor parking garage, a west-facing garden in a very popular location in the quiet Banstraat, Amsterdam South. In this stylishly renovated (2022) mansion, with great love for the preservation of authentic details, you will find everything you could be looking for.

The house has the size, the allure, but especially the preserved authentic details and details, which distinguishes itself from many modern houses currently on the market. The renovation has been carried out in a sustainable manner with great love and respect for these details.

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In this stylish family home, renovated with a lot of love for and preservation of authentic details, you will find absolutely everything you could be looking for.
This house with indoor garage and garden is distinguished by size, allure, original elements and other details. The renovation has been carried out in a sustainable manner and with great attention to detail.

Ground floor
The spacious, stylish entrance is made of marble (partly livre ouvert) and contains stained glass. These authentic details are still in excellent condition.
The hall after the entrance provides access to the garden room, kitchen, indoor garage, cellar and toilet. This hall is a jewel with a fantastic height, equipped with a staircase with elan and a special eye-catcher: an ornament made by a local artist. Together with the panels along the stucco walls, this corridor forms the connection in the house.
The classic kitchen was designed by Piet Zwart in 1935, installed in the 1950s and still in its original state, with modern adjustments such as an induction hob and oven here and there. Various authentic details have been preserved, such as the maid's bell (still works), the radiator with plate warmer (museum worthy) and granito floor. The kitchen gives access to the sunny garden with a pond and an old vine. Good wine and champagne can be made from the grapes, which has been done for years by the current owners. They have designed their own wine label (see detailed photo). The garden is sheltered and quietly located on the south-west; a wonderful place to relax between the flowers and bees.
Next to the kitchen is the very spacious garden room with patio doors to the garden and built-in cupboards, with stained glass windows and the original oak parquet in herringbone pattern on the floor. This gives the room the look that belongs to this house.

In the hallway is the entrance to the large indoor garage, one of the 'unique selling points' of this house. Here you can park your old timer or car of allure. In addition, there is still enough space for a number of bicycles and a cargo bike. The garage has a connection for water, electricity and washing machine, plus a built-in wardrobe. Special detail is the old glass (mille-fleurs) in the garage door. You must experience the impressive sound of the monumental garage door yourself.
Because the house has recently been fitted with solar panels, a unit can be placed in the garage with which an electric car can be charged by electricity from its own roof.

In the hallway on the ground floor is also the entrance to the very spacious basement with several rooms with good headroom, including the original coal shed.
The basement is equipped with a durable cork floor and has windows at the rear that are double glazed (HR +). In one of the compartments is the central heating, in the other part is a closed wine cellar.
As you ascend the particularly stylish staircases to the upper floors, take a look at the ensemble of compliant wainscoting and beautiful stucco along these steps, restored with skill.

First floor
On the 1st floor there are two spacious rooms, a smaller room, a renovated bathroom and a second toilet. At the rear is a lovely balcony over the entire width of the house, with a view of the garden and vines along the facade.
The sunny, spacious back room has built-in wardrobes with lighting and double doors to the balcony. Double doors with facet cut glass windows give access to the second very spacious room.
This second room is located at the front and has original oak parquet flooring in a herringbone pattern. This room gives access through two doors to a narrow outdoor space where the geraniums shine in full bloom in the summer.
The smaller room is also located at the front. This has a window with a beautiful view of the Nicolaas Maesstraat.
The bathroom has patio doors to the balcony and partly authentic tiles, adapted with a modern walk-in shower, washbasin and cast floor with underfloor heating; the unique style of the house has been taken into account as much as possible.

Second floor
Via the majestic staircase you reach the 2nd floor, where you come face to face with a wall with authentic wallpaper from 1925. This museum-worthy wallpaper has recently been professionally restored. Together with the stained glass skylight, a real eye-catcher on this floor.
On this floor there are again two spacious rooms with built-in cupboards, an alcove between this room, a small room at the front, a laundry room, a second shower and a third toilet.
The laundry room has an authentic small kitchenette and a connection for washing machine and dryer. A heat pump has recently been installed here. There are opening windows and a hatch with access to the roof, which is covered with solar panels to the maximum.
The little room at the front has a sink and a special shaped window (Amsterdam School). From there you have a unique view of the entire Nicolaas Maesstraat. This room would be particularly suitable to turn it into a walk-in closet.
The room connects to a second shower room with an authentic washbasin.

- Located in the prestigious Old South, Museum Quarter, in the heart of the cultural center of Amsterdam
- Built in 1925
- Ground lease period up to and including 31-08-2043; € 1,804.23 per year; perpetual request is made
- Living area approx. 186 m2
- Plot area approx. 137m2
- Sustainably renovated with love, respect and an eye for detail
- Very spacious indoor garage (approx. 4 meters high) with windows (authentic glass)
- Sunny, sheltered, quiet garden on the West with grape vine and pond
- Entrance with allure (marble, stained glass, beautiful light)
- Kitchen designed by Piet Zwart for Bruynzeel (1950s)
- Majestic staircase renovated while retaining authenticity
- Cellar, headroom, 2 compartments with wine cellar, authentic coal cellar
- Heat pump
- Energy label C
- Natural ventilation
- Double glass
- Solar collectors
- Extensive group cabinet
- 3 power current groups
- 7 rooms, 5 of which are very spacious and 2 of which still have the authentic herringbone floor (in
very good condition)
- 2 bathrooms with rain shower
- Separate laundry room, with windows with an (original) kitchenette and connections for washing machine
and drier.
- Maid bell
- Marble and lots of stained glass
- Non-self-occupancy clause applies, the seller has not (recently) lived there himself;

When Banstraat 38 was built, there were hardly any garages for cars. There were more stables for carriages and horses. The garage building across the street (now demolished) was intended for carriages and horses as well as cars and that was a novelty at the time.
The garages at Banstraat 36 and 38 could well be one of the first in Amsterdam to be built specifically for cars and not for horses. Compared to a modern garage, these garages are very high. This is because they were intended for the (high) cars at the time, such as the Ford-T.
The gray stone 'spheres' on either side of the entrance are intended not to damage the protruding parts of the bodywork (which are slightly higher than the wheels) and the door frame of the garage when entering.
In the windows of the garage there is still some original old glass, 'mille-fleurs'.

Accessibility and environment
The Banstraat is located in a quiet neighborhood, with three squares around it where children can play nicely. There are at least eight primary schools within walking distance, including an international school.
Within walking distance are the Vondelpark, the Concertgebouw, Museumplein, the three major museums (Rijks, Stedelijk and Van Gogh) and the shopping streets Cornelis Schuytstraat, PC Hooftstraat, Beethovenstraat and
VanBaerle Street. You live here in the Concertgebouw Center, but the neighborhood has a quiet, almost village character.
The accessibility is excellent due to the presence of various bus and tram connections and the proximity of roads to Schiphol, The Hague and Utrecht, among others. The Zuidas and Station Zuid are less than 10 minutes by bike. Schiphol airport can be reached within 15 minutes

Banstraat 38 and the houses around it were designed by the architect Gerit Jan Rutgers (1877-1962). Rutgers is regarded as the most prolific architect of the Amsterdam School.
His oeuvre mainly comprises residential blocks with approximately 7000 homes, numerous villas and, among other things, a few churches, hotels and mansions. Several of his works have been recognized as monuments.
Banstraat 38 is a building of the second order (second highest category) in terms of architecture, according to the municipal website 'Atlas order cards, assessment of urban development and architectural quality'.

The house is located in an area of ??'protected wealth', the highest level of beauty. See the municipal website 'Welstand - the beauty of Amsterdam'. This area is therefore a 'State Protected Cityscape'.

The facade of the house forms a whole with that of the rest of this side of the block. Together they must represent a ship. Banstraat 38 is located 'midships', with a white railing on the first floor.
The story goes that Banstraat 38 was originally supposed to be a church. That is why the house at the back stands out from the surrounding houses.

This information has been compiled with due care by Hallie & Van Klooster Makelaardij. Hallie & Van Klooster Makelaardij cannot accept any liability with regard to the correctness of the information provided, nor can any rights be derived from the information provided.
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Type of house/apartment
Building type
Type of construction
Existing property
Year of construction
Under construction


natuurlijke ventilatie, TV cable, zonnepanelen
In a residential neighbourhood
Permanent habitation


Fitted with carpets, curtains and some fixed lights

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
186 m²
Surface area other functions
64 m²
137 m²
917 m³


Number of rooms
Number of bedrooms
Number of floors
Number of bathrooms
Bathroom amenities
Shower, Floor heating, Washbasin, Washbasin furniture
Kitchen type
Cclosed kitchen/separate kitchen

Insulation and heating Insulation and heating

Insulation Forms
Double glazing
Heating type
cv ketel, Partial floor heating, Heat pump
Hot water installation
cv ketel
Boiler year of construction
Boiler type
Boiler gas/oil
Boiler ownership
Freehold property

Energy rating

Energy rating
End date energy label

Land registry details

Cadastral designation
Amsterdam Z 738
Surface area
137 m²
Ownership structure
Leasehold property

Outside Area

Garden type(s)
Main garden type Main garden type
Main garden area
52 m²
Main garden at the back
Landscape main garden
Total area
52 m²


Garage types
elektra, water


Paid parking

Storage space

Type of property
Detached (wood)
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