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Admiraal De Ruijterweg 125 2 1056EX Amsterdam

Year of construction
1911
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Spacious, light, renovated three-room apartment with over 78 m˛ of living space, strikingly high ceilings and beautiful authentic details. The Juliet balcony at the front of the property and sunny balcony at the rear add to the fabulous feel of this apartment. The entire apartment was replastered and repainted in 2021, and is now in an outstanding condition.

LAYOUT
Communal entrance on the ground floor with a neat, wide staircase leading to the front door on the second floor. Good-sized hall with cloakroom, leading to the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living room. The living room is light, airy and comfortable. The pocket doors that divide the living room from the dining area feature authentic yellow glass. The beautiful angle of the light emphasises the spacious layout and height of the ceiling. A small balcony at the front catches the morning sun, and at the rear, the dining room borders a very sunny, larger balcony. Original mantelpieces adorn both the dining room and the living room. The first bedroom is at the front of the apartment, and the second bedroom is next to the kitchen. The sizeable bathroom features a toilet, basin and shower. Let yourself be tempted by this complete, light apartment with wood flooring, plenty of storage space, attractive details, balconies and last but not least, a superb central location!

LOCATION
The apartment is on a wide, one-way street, and there is plenty of space at rear of the property, offering peace, quiet and privacy.
The friendly Ten Kate market, AH supermarket and Stach (delicatessen) are all within walking distance. Bar Spek has a great terrace and Café Thuis is a good place to chill. You can bike to Amsterdam Central Station in 13 minutes, or Sloterdijk Station in 14 minutes. Good public transport connections, including tram routes 13 and 19 and bus route 18. You can reach the A10 ring road in just five minutes by car, via Jan van Galenstraat.

DETAILS
- Small-scale, financially healthy homeowners’ association (VvE), recently maintenance balconies and rear of the building;
- Paintwork outside rear 2020, facade 2015;
- Replacement of the flat roof in 2015;
- Monthly service costs of €90;
- Double glazing (HR++) in hardwood window frames;
- Freehold property;
- Transfer subject to agreement.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-14
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1911

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
78 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Admiraal De Ruijterweg 125 2 1056EX Amsterdam

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