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Admiraal De Ruijterweg 51 2 1057JW Amsterdam

Year of construction
1910
Floor space
83 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

Lovely apartment (83 m2), built around 1910, with beautiful en suite, balcony at the front, loggia at the back, 3 rooms, situated on its own land and overlooking the park of the Slatuinenweg.
The flat is located in the Baarsjes close to Oud West. A major renovation took place in 2011.
The VvE consists of 1 building with 3 owners and is active.

SURROUNDINGS AND ACCESSIBILITY
The apartment is located in district De Baarsjes on the border of Oud West and the Westerpark, close to the city centre, within walking distance of many shops, supermarkets and for example the Ten Katemarkt. The beloved Jordaan, with its many cosy cafes and restaurants, can be reached within ten minutes by bike. The house is well located for public transport and motorways. Both the Erasmuspark and the Rembrandtpark are nearby, and both the city centre and the Ring road A10 can be reached within a short time.

You will need a parking permit in this area. The municipality of Amsterdam indicates that the waiting time is currently 4 months.

INTERIOR
Via the spacious and neat common staircase you reach the house on the second floor.
The hall gives access to all rooms. The living room and dining room can be separated by beautiful en-suite doors. On both sides of the en-suite doors there are handy built-in cupboards. From the living room there are patio doors to the balcony which is located at the front. In the living room there is also a cosy fireplace. The dining room, also in possession of a fireplace, also has storage doors to a loggia. The loggia has windows across the entire width which makes the room extra light. The modern kitchen is spacious and has a 5-burner cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and combi oven/microwave. From the kitchen there is also a sliding door to the loggia. The bathroom is neatly finished and has a bath/shower combination and a sink. The toilet is separate.

SPECIFICS
- Own land
- 83 m2 living area
- En-suite doors
- Balcony at the front and loggia at the back
- Rear facing green
- Separate toilet
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-12-3
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
1910

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
83 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Admiraal De Ruijterweg 51 2 1057JW Amsterdam

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