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Beethovenstraat 109 II 1077HZ Amsterdam

Asking price € 810.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
120 m²
Number of rooms


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Saturday, October 5th from 11:00 to 15:00 (NVM Open House Day)

Luxury renovated four-room apartment (in 2016) on Beethovenstraat of approx. 120 m with a balcony over the entire width (approx. 12 m) of the apartment facing east.

Entrance through the joint lobby to the floors. The entrance door to the apartment is on the second floor. You enter a spacious hallway with access to all rooms. The home was completely renovated in 2016. Wooden floors have been laid throughout the house.

At the rear is the master bedroom with built-in closet space over the entire length of the room. This bedroom has access to the balcony through patio doors with an authentic pump handle.
Where the toilet used to be, they created the laundry room and extra storage space. The Siematic kitchen is also located with access to the balcony. The kitchen is equipped with sufficient work space and all built-in appliances including a fridge and freezer, a large oven and a microwave. There is a four-burner gas cooker with a wok burner and an extractor hood. The dishwasher is located next to the sink.

At the front are the two other bedrooms. The frames are fitted with double glazing on the front. The bathroom has a bath with shower, floating toilet, sink cabinet with a single sink and two sockets under the mirror. There is also a towel radiator.

The living room is a very spacious living room from the front to the rear of the home with doors to the balcony and authentic stained glass windows.
In the middle of the living room there is a large storage cupboard.

The Beethovenstraat is one of the best known main streets in 'Oud Zuid' near the Apollolaan, Stadionweg and a stone's throw from the Zuidas and Beatrixpark. In this famous shopping street there is a wide array of luxury stores, specialist establishments, cafes and restaurants. The Concertgebouw and important museums such as the Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, as well as the Vondelpark, are only a few cycling minutes away.

Public transport facilities are outstanding (trams and buses stop in the street) and the A10 and other arterial roads are easily accessible. Parking is available in the street and the direct vicinity using the permit system, which is generally not subject to waiting times and you can get 2 parking permits!

living space approx. 120 m
all rooms on one layer
three bedrooms
entirely renovated in 2016
the ground lease has been bought off until 30-11-2053
service costs including block heating of approx. 312.59
spacious and very light living room
wide and deep balcony facing east
preservation of authentic details
double glazing on the front
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Beethovenstraat 109 II 1077HZ Amsterdam

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