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Scharlooweg 61

This late 19th century office building on Scharlooweg 61 proves that contemporary additions to classical architecture can create a space that is both functional and elegant. While located down-town it has excellent accessibility to the ring and Saliña area and has no less than 10 private parking spaces on site. 

OBJECT

The building is laid out along the traditional floorplan with a gallery space in front, followed by two large living rooms and two smaller wings in the back enclosing a – now covered – patio. The gallery space is the ideal reception area. In the first large room a modern glass wall creates a meeting room. The elegant patio gives access to a staff kitchen, server room and a large secure vault, which can also be used as archive space. The stairwell is of a sleek modern design and provides access to a large attic meeting room with lots of natural light.  

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Floorplan Scharlooweg 61

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Technical aspects

  • Built 1880 – 1890
  • 243 m2
  • 2 floors
  • entrance front or on the side
  • 10 parking spaces on parking lot and parking along the street
  • Automatic gate
  • Security alarm wiring installed
  • Airconditioned
  • price ANG 6,100.- p.m. excl. OB

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