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Admiraal De Ruijterweg 352 III 1055NA Amsterdam

Year of construction
1927
Floor space
85 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Note: the house is sold by registration. The registration closes on Friday 12th of June at 16.00.

SPACIOUS AND LIGHT APARTMENT LOCATED ON THE THIRD AND PARTLY FOURTH FLOOR. ROOM ENSUITE WITH TWO BEDROOMS, TOTAL APPROXIMATELY 85 M2, AND A COMMON USE OF A ROOF TERRACE.

Object:
ADMIRAL DE RUIJTERWEG 352-III, 1055 NA AMSTERDAM

Location:
The house is in a beautiful location in Amsterdam West, within walking distance of the Erasmus Park and Westerpark and only a few cycling minutes away from the center and the lively Jordaan. The neighborhood is very much on the rise, resulting in more and more hip shops, pop-up stores and various hotspots including Theatercafé Mosaic, Bar Spek, de Hallen, Restaurant Edel, Bar Baarsch, Café Cook and Café Zurich. In the vicinity you will find all shops for your daily shopping, various restaurants / (food) cafes and caterers, but also nice (neighborhood) shops are around the corner. Good childcare and primary schools within walking distance. In addition, the house is very easily accessible by public transport, including tram / bus and within walking distance of Sloterdijk station. By car you have a fast connection with the ring A10 and there is no waiting time for a parking permit (www.cition.nl).

Layout:
Entrance on the third floor, hallway giving access to the bathroom, laundry, toilet, kitchen and bedroom with balcony (original en-suite is present) at the rear and the bedroom and living room at the front. From the living room there is a staircase to the storage room on the fourth floor used as a bedroom (with destination storage room).

Surface:
Third floor: 70.6 m² use area
Fourth floor: 14.2 m² storage
Building bound outdoor space; 2.80 m²
Total: 87.6
In accordance with NEN 2580

Construction year:
Approx. 1927

Cadastral known:
Municipality of Sloten (N-H), Section C, Number 11024, Index A4.

VvE:
“Admiraal de Ruijterweg 352” consisting of 4 members.
The administration is conducted by Boersma & Van Dijk.
The monthly service costs are € 75.00.

Ground lease:
Continual right of leasehold
General Provisions 2000
Indexation: annually
Canon Revision 12/21/2050
Annual canon € 369.99

Particularities :
- Split in 2005;
- The purchase deed will state that the seller has not lived there himself;
- There is no MJOP;
- For parking permit www.cition.nl;
- Delivery immediately.

The usable area has been calculated in accordance with the industry-determined NEN2580 standard. The surface may therefore deviate from comparable buildings and / or old references. This is mainly due to this (new) calculation method. We do our utmost to calculate the correct surface and to support as much as possible by placing floor plans with dimensions. However, we would like to emphasize that no rights can be derived from any difference between the stated and the actual size.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-3
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1927

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
85 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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