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Joop Eijlstraat 12 1063EM Amsterdam

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Year of construction
1954
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms
4
Lot size
83 m²

Description

Spacious and bright family house with a good layout, living room with open kitchen, a lovely sunny garden on the South and on the first floor 3 spacious bedrooms. Unique to this property is the possibility to double the surface of the house. There is an permit for placing an extra floor as a second floor with roof terrace and also an extension of 4meter on the ground floor with a superstructure on an extension at the rear of the house. After renovation, the living area will be around 145m2. The house can therefore be designed entirely according to your own wishes.

The house is located in Amsterdam New West district and is located in a lovely quiet, child-friendly residential area, characterized by lots of greenery and water. For your daily shopping there are plenty of opportunities in the street and nearby is the covered shopping center Plein '40-'45, where from Tuesday to Saturday is also a lively market. The center of Amsterdam is very well and quickly accessible by bike, car and public transport.

In short, with a location in a very nice and green neighborhood, large expansion possibilities, good current layout and sunny garden, this house offers everything you wish (to create)!

LAYOUT
The house currently has a usable area of approximately 78 m divided over the ground floor and the first floor. The entrance of the house has a tour portal, toilet and a landing. On the ground floor is the living room with open kitchen where you have access to the garden which is located on the South. There is also a large storage room.

HOUSE SURFACE
According to NEN2580 measurement, the usable area of living currently amounts to approx. 78 m (after renovation approx. 145 m2).
The surface of the storage room is approx. 6 m2. Plot area approx 83 m2.
NB. The area declared was measured by a specialist company in accordance with NEN2580.

CHARACTERISTICS
- The house is located in a building which was built around 1954.
- Traditional architectural style with brick facades.
- Heating by gas fire and hot water through geyser.

GROUND LEASE
The house is on leasehold land to which the General Provisions of the municipality of Amsterdam 1937 apply. The revision of the leasehold can take place on 31 March 2028. The current rent is 120,70 per year.

ACCESSIBILITY AND PARKING
The property is easily accessible by car from the ring road A-10 (S103 and 104). In only a quarter of an hour you are already in the center of Amsterdam and within 20 minutes by bike. Connection to public transport is also good; around the corner several bus and tram lines stop nearby (including tram lines 7 and 14 and bus lines 21, 69 and 282), which will take you to the Center in about 25 minutes. NS station Sloterdijk is a five minute bike ride away.

PARTICULARITIES
- The environmental permit is present for placing a roof structure on the first floor with a roof terrace and also construction at the rear of the house with a small superstructure.
- Garden located on the south.
- Three current spacious bedrooms, expandable to five or more.
- Very good accessibility Amsterdam Center and Schiphol.

DELIVERY
The delivery will take place in consultation, this can possibly soon.

AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
- Act of delivery
- NEN2580 measurement report
- Annual lease payments
- Environmental permit
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
4-1-2019
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1954

Surface Area and Volume

Usage area Living
78 m²
Lot size
83 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4

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MVA neighbourhood information: Slotermeer-Noordoost

Geuzenveld was built during the 1950s and 1960s and is part of the western Garden-villages. Slotermeer was the first western garden village which was designed by the principles of the General Expansion Plan. This plan included building houses which had as much sun and natural sunlight as possible. A part of Slotermeer has a protected city view, which means that this part has a protected development plan and several other restrictions. The main reason for this protection is because this area is one of the greenest parts of Amsterdam with more than four parks available.

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