This fully furnished 1 bedroom apartment on the second floor
is located in the city center of Rotterdam. In the harbor: the 'Veerhaven' you can
see many traditional seagoing sailboats and yachts. Behind the apartment you have
the world famous Erasmus Bridge and in just a 5 minute walk you will arrive
at the Witte de Withstraat is known for its artistic, multicultural atmosphere and
dynamic nightlife. Sometimes referred to as the ‘Axis of Art’, it runs from
Museumpark to the Maritime Museum and is lined in galleries, avant-garde fashion
boutiques and art cafes. Centrally located via tram line 7 which goes directly to
On the ground floor, the central entrance with doorbells and
mailboxes. The grande hall with an authentic staircase and two elevators.
Entrance of the apartment is on the second floor. A hall in which a separate
toilet is located. The bathroom is equipped with bath, shower, washbasin, mirror
and two closets. The bedroom has a double bed and a large built-in wardrobe and
extra closet for storage. Including bedlinen. Through the hall, you walk into
an open kitchen and living room. The Bulthaup kitchen is equipped with fridge,
freezer, oven and all kitchen utensils such as pots/pans cutlery etc. A dining
table with space for up to 10 people. The spacious living room has a comfortable sofa,
a large book closet, television, sleeping couch and a build in closet with
washing machine and dryer. On the fourth floor, the Atlantic House offers a big rooftop
looking over the famous Erasmus Bridge, with 3 large lounge areas and a
dining table. The rooftop is accessible for all residences.
Background information Atlantic House
The Atlantic House was built between 1928 and 1930 in Art Deco
style, designed by architect PG Buskens . The building is special because it is
one of the first industrial buildings in the Netherlands. The Atlantic is still in use
as a business centre. On the ground floor is the famous grand cafe Loos. On the upper floors are
luxury residential apartments. The Atlantic house is suited in the Maritime
Quarter, located on the Nieuwe Maas, is one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in the
Netherlands, and was largely spared from the devastating. bombardment of the centre of
Rotterdam in May 1940. In the 19th century this stately neighbourhood developed into a
living and working area of the bourgeoisie.
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