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's-Gravesandestraat 44 1091DE Amsterdam

Asking price € 590.000 

Year of construction
1988
Floor space
71 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

What a location! Fully renovated and perfectly divided apartment with garden, luxurious kitchen and herringbone floor

This ground floor apartment (with garden!), Completely renovated in 2019/2020, is located in a fantastic location in East, directly opposite Hotel Arena, diagonally opposite the Oosterpark and within walking distance of the bustling Pijp.
Quiet but close to all amenities such as a varied range of shops, cafes, restaurants and public transport. Artis and Tropenmuseum are a few minutes.

LAYOUT:

Hall with access to toilet, bathroom, two bedrooms and a spacious, bright living room with open kitchen and a cooking island. Throughout the apartment the Herringbone high quality PVC-floor gives a calm but luxurious feel. The kitchen is equipped with luxury appliances (AEG): hot air oven; coffee machine; dishwasher; washer / dryer combination (!); refrigerator; freezer. Furthermore, a Gutmann induction hob (with built-in extractor in the middle) and a boiling water tap.
The bathroom has a double sink and walk-in shower with sliding glass door.
The living room has large windows and an unobstructed view of the monumental building of hotel Arena, looking to the left of the Singelgracht, looking to the right of Oosterpark. Because you are located more than one meter above street level, it is wonderful to enjoy the surroundings from the window, without passersby looking into your home. At the back the access to your own private garden, which is accessible with sliding glass doors through the intermediate garden room. The garden room offers a great extension of your living room and landing to the garden. With the Heat & Beat, the garden room can be heated by infrared (can also be provided with music via Bluetooth), ideal at any time of the year.


LOCATION:

In Amsterdam East (Oosterparkbuurt) between the Plantage and the Pijp, convenient to entertainment facilities, hotel Arena with beautiful terraces, Oosterpark and a varied range of shops and restaurants, including: Bukowski, hotel Arena, Biertuin, various trendy hotspots at Beukenplein and Javastraat, Kriterion movie house.
The house is easily accessible by public transport (metro station Weesperplein, tram including lines 1, 3, 7, 19).
Roads to ring A-10, A-2 and A-9.

PARTICULARITIES:

• Year of construction: 1988
• Living area 82 m2 including garden room, 71 m2 excluding garden room
• Garden over 30 m2 including garden room, approx 20 m2 excluding garden room (The garden room is easy to heat, but not insulated. The space does not formally count for the living area, but is a very valuable extra space in use)
• Content gross: 244 m3
• Heating: central heating combi boiler, Intergas, 2008
• Insulation: double glazing
• VvE: healthy VvE, professional management
• Service costs: € 80 per month
• Annual lease payments: general provisions 2000, ground rent has been bought off until 01-05-2039
• Timely use was made of the option to buy off the leasehold perpetually under the favorable conditions of before 01-01-2020 (the annual ground rent per 01-05-2039 in accordance with the perpetual leasehold offer will be 584.15).
• Fan of the interior? Acquisition of the facility is negotiable.

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof and explicitly point out to the buyer his legal obligation to investigate.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-3
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1988

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
71 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Oosterparkbuurt

The Oosterparkbuurt is part of the 19th century area and has an important green facility: The ‘Oosterpark’. The spatial pattern with long streets is defined into several plazas which all have a sustainable look and design. Within this area you can find several big buildings for offices and higher education.

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