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Boerhaaveplein 16 III 1091AT Amsterdam

Year of construction
1920
Floor space
94 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

SPACIOUS THREE-ROOM APARTMENT WITH A USAGE SURFACE OF SPACIOUS 93 M2 LOCATED ON THE BURHAA SQUARE IN AMSTERDAM-EAST.

BOERHAAVEPLEIN 16-III, 1091 AT AMSTERDAM

Location:
The Boerhaaveplein is in a quiet location in a very good location in the popular Oosterparkbuurt. It is within walking distance of everything that the East district has to offer, from hip and traditional eateries, bars, shops to greenery in the Oosterpark.
The HvA and UvA are also a stone's throw away.

The nearby Wibautstraat has become one of the trendiest places in recent years. All public transport connections (tram and metro Weesperplein, train Amstel station and Muiderpoort station) are within walking distance and you drive into the ring in 5 minutes. With regard to parking, this part falls under the Oost-1 license area.

Layout:
Apartment entrance on the third floor, corridor which gives access to the kitchen, bathroom, living room with access to the balcony located on the southeast and bedroom. From the corridor there is a staircase to the fourth floor where there is a bedroom with a shower.

Usage area:
Third floor: 75.30 m2
Fourth floor: 18.00 m2
Building bound outdoor space: 7.80 m2
Total area: 101.10 m2

Maintenance: The house has wooden frames with partly double glazing. Heating and water goes through the central heating boiler.

Construction year:
1920

Cadastral known:
Municipality of Amsterdam, Section S, Number 9550 index A7

VvE:
The VvE administration is performed by Falcon VvE Management. The VvE consists of 5 members. The monthly service costs are € 158.05.

Ground lease:
Municipal ground lease of the Municipality of Amsterdam
General provisions 2000
Timeframe: 01-08-2006 until / 31-06-2044
Canon has been paid in advance

Particularities:
-Previous rental property;
- Split in 2006;
-Partially double glass;
-Located at the cozy Boerhaaveplein;
-MJOP is present.
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Features

Overdracht

Entry date
19/9/2019-19/9/2019-19/9/2019
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Bouw

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1920

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Floor space
94 m²

Indeling

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Oosterparkbuurt

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Boerhaaveplein 16 III 1091AT Amsterdam

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