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Banstraat 43 BV 1071JX Amsterdam

Year of construction
1922
Floor space
133 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Extremely luxurious and completely renovated double top floor house of 133 m2 with itís own entrance on the street side. With the well-thought-out layout, every m2 has been optimally utilized and has resulted in a perfect layout with a spacious living room with open kitchen, three exceptionally spacious bedrooms, 2 south-facing balconies and a roof terrace. All this at a TOP location in the Museum Quarter near the Vondelpark.

LAYOUT
Private entrance on the street side with intercom and camera. Double internal staircase with chique black carpet to the second floor. Spacious hall with separate toilet with hand basin, meter cupboard and double black doors to the living room. Spacious living / dining room at the front. Here you have an unobstructed view thanks to the square location of the building on Banstraat. At the rear are the connections for the still to be installed kitchen. Double doors to the balcony.
Stairs in the hall to the third floor. On this floor there are three exceptionally spacious bedrooms, two at the front and one at the rear. The bedroom at the rear has a cupboard and sliding doors with access to the balcony. The modern bathroom with double sink, heated / illuminated mirror and double rain shower is centrally located. On this floor there is also a separate toilet with hand basin and a practical storage cupboard with connection for the washing machine and dryer.
Stairs to the roof terrace. Here you have a phenomenal view of the city.

The finish in this property is very luxurious. The bathroom and the toilet have been renovated in the same style and the whole house has a beautiful wooden herringbone floor.

KITCHEN
The only thing the buyer has to make a decision about is the choice in kitchen. The buyer is responsible for choosing, purchasing and installing the kitchen.

GROUND
The apartment is on leasehold land of the Municipality of Amsterdam. The annual canon amounts to Ä 945 and is tax deductible. The end date of the leasehold period is April 1, 2046. Terms of lease 2000 of the Municipality of Amsterdam apply.

ASSOCIATION OF OWNERS
Professionally managed association of owners consisting of 2 members. The monthly service costs are Ä 166.67.

PARTICULARITIES
Completely renovated apartment of 133 m2
Top location in Oud-Zuid, near Vondelpark, Museumplein and the famous shopping streets
The entire apartment has a beautiful oak herringbone parquet floor.
Three very spacious bedrooms
Possibility for a fourth spacious bedroom
Two balconies (south) and a roof terrace
Unobstructed view at the front

LOCATION
The apartment is located in a unique location in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, in the Museum Quarter with the Rijks, the Stedelijk and the Van Gogh Museum within easy reach. A short distance from the Concertgebouw, Vondelpark, PC Hooftstraat and the lively Pijp. For recreation you can walk to the beautiful Vondelpark within a few minutes. The neighborhood is also very child friendly. The property is easily accessible by public transport and car.

GENERAL
All information contained in this offer has been compiled by us with great care.
However, with regard to this information, we accept no liability, nor can it
the stated information is entitled to any rights.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
9/12/2019-9/12/2019-9/12/2019
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1922

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
133 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Museumkwartier

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Banstraat 43 BV 1071JX Amsterdam

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