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Aalsmeerderdijk 336 1436BG Aalsmeerderbrug

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
130 m²
Number of rooms
4
Lot size
491 m²

Description

A location straight from a fairytale, surrounded by trees and greenery, this detached house is situated on a spacious plot of land. The house is located at the bottom of the dike of the Ringvaart which meens it has a nice sheltered location. It may now seem as if this house is isolated from civilization, but nothing could be further from the truth; when you have crossed the bridge you walk straight into the center of Aalsmeer where all amenities such as shops, restaurants and cafes are located. Roads to Schiphol, Amsterdam and Rotterdam / The Hague can be reached within minutes.

The detached house was probably built around 1920 and has been expanded and renovated in various ways over the years. For example, the entire roof is replaced in 2012 and has a house-wide dormer. Although the current owner has always maintained the house well, the next owner will have to renovate / modernize some points. But after you have renovated the house to your liking, you will live in a fantastic detached house in a beautiful location.

As icing on the cake, the house has a large wooden shed which is ideal as a garage, workshop or hobby room. The 2010 forest hut is solidly built and reasonably well insulated.


Layout of the house

Ground floor:
Not via the Aalsmeerderdijk, but via the Molenweg at the rear, you reach the house where the car can be parked on the road or on your own property, behind a gate. The entrance of the house is on the side.

Hall:
You enter the hall where the central heating cabinet, meter cupboard, toilet and bathroom are located. The bathroom has a shower, corner bath and double sink.

Living room:
The living room with open kitchen is spacious and light because it has been expanded on different sides and there are many windows on both sides. In particular, the expanded conservatory, which is now furnished as a dining room, ensures pleasant daylight. On the dike side, the living room has been expanded with an extra room, which is currently used as a studio. On the Molenweg side, the living room has been expanded with a utility room / laundry room, which now also serves as a passage to the former barn. This barn has been transformed into a second spacious room on this floor and has the necessary storage space in the two lofts.

A spiral staircase in the living room provides access to the first floor. A more comfortable staircase could be realized in the large built-in wardrobe in the living room.

First floor:
This floor consists of a landing with skylight, a large open corridor (currently used as an office) and a spacious bedroom on the dike side. A large plastic dormer window has been realized across the entire width of the house, providing plenty of extra space and daylight.

Garden:
The spacious, surrounding garden is a party for anyone who likes space, greenery and privacy. There are several terraces, so there is always a place in the sun or shade. In addition to a large forest hut, there is a second, smaller wooden shed in the garden. The garden is accessible on foot from both the front and the back.

Surroundings:
Aalsmeerderdijk 336-337 is located in Aalsmeerderbrug, near Schiphol and various arterial roads. The A4 / A5, Ring A10 and A9 are easily accessible. Amsterdam-Center can be reached within 20 minutes, good public transport facilities are nearby and Hoofddorp and Amstelveen are also nearby. This makes Aalsmeerderbrug a great alternative for living outside the ring. Schiphol's noise nuisance is limited due to its favorable location in relation to the runways. Via the Ringvaart located directly in front of the house you sail directly to Amsterdam, but also to, for example, the Kaag. Aalsmeer with the Westeinderplassen but also all amenities in the area of ??shops, catering, sports and culture is across the water, on the other side of the bridge. The supermarket can be reached by boat within 5 minutes.

Good to know:
- The 491 m of land has been issued in Right of Superficies. For this, one pays an annual fee of 532;
- Despite the location near Schiphol, the house has little to no noise from aircraft;
- The nearby route of the N196 will be further downgraded in the future. For example, there are plans to transform the adjacent intersection into a roundabout in the future.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-3
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
130 m²
Lot size
491 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Aalsmeerderdijk 336 1436BG Aalsmeerderbrug

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Aalsmeer

Aalsmeer is the flower capital of the world. The flower auction, created by the merger of two smaller auction houses, has put Aalsmeer on the map as the ‘flower capital of the world’. Nowadays it is a very popular tulip viewing destination. It is a beautiful place to walk or cycle. Aalsmeer is a town in the Dutch province of North Holland, has 31,584 inhabitants (2018) and has an area of 34.40 km² (of which 11.71 km² of water). By bus it is only a 30-minute ride to Amsterdam. Schiphol Airport is nearby.

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