A majestic property in a monumental setting: a home that will please the most discerning buyer!
Sales of 'De Sophia' has started.
At the heart of Willemspark is Plein 1813, a square renowned for its impressive statues. White plastered urban villas were erected around the square from 1855. Together, they form a cityscape that is unique in The Netherlands - with architecture that evokes the atmosphere of Paris and Brussels.
Here, just around the corner from Zeestraat, the monumental property at Sophialaan 3 is undergoing a metamorphosis into two expansive urban villas, four luxury apartments and a penthouse. A majestic place to live in a historic, monumental setting.
Welcome to De Sophia, welcome home.
* Apartment construction number E
This extremely large, luxury apartment spanning a total floor area of approximately 225sqm is situated at the front of De Sophia, in the most historic part of the building. Directly above the grand entrance, this apartment offers an unobstructed view of leafy Sophialaan.
One of the most remarkable features is the ceiling height in the living room: nearly four meters tall! In the 19th century, this was a typical feature for the affluent, meant to lend a home a nearly royal look and feel. This clearly reflects for whom this type of home was originally built: ministers, high-ranking officials and governors returning from the Dutch East Indies.
The living area (with a large chef's island) alone spans approximately 113sqm. Tall windows offer a stunning view of Sophialaan.
The bedrooms at the rear of the apartment feature French doors to the terrace (NE-facing) overlooking Sophialaan. The apartment also features two luxury bathrooms, befitting the grandeur and character of the home.
The apartment includes one parking garage, a parking space (carport) and a storage unit (6sqm).
- Budgeted costs kitchen € 20,000.00
- Budgeted costs bathroom/ restroom/ tiling € 25,000.00
- Designated project notary
Given floor areas are not in accordance with the NVM measurement code (NEN2580) due to the fact that an actual survey is not technically possible at this time.