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Albert Cuypstraat 189 1 1073BD Amsterdam

Asking price € 350.000 

Year of construction
1892
Floor space
46 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

AM for sale!

Albert Cuypstraat 189 1
1073 BD AMSTERDAM

The viewings are planned one prospective buyer at a time. Prospective buyers can therefore rest assured that all the necessary precautions are taken and they can view the property at their leisure.

FANTASTIC 2-ROOM APARTMENT WITH LARGE ROOF TERRACE, FREEHOLD!

This comfortable apartment (46 m2) is situated along the bustling Albert Cuypstraat and comes complete with a roof terrace, which has been created on the ground-floor extension. The roof terrace is located at the rear of the property and its addition really enhances the pleasure of living here. The apartment is in the middle of the city, but the roof terrace is situated in a quieter and green environment.
The property is well-maintained and forms part of a well-organised Owners’ Association and the building as a whole is also in good condition.

In short: This apartment requires no work and is turn-key, all you need to do is move in and enjoy all that this property has to offer!

Surrounding area:
The property is around the corner from Sarphatipark, the Amstel river and situated along the world-famous daily Albert Cuyp market. The area has excellent public transport links and is easily accessible by car (A10, A1 and A2 motorways).

The nearby Sarphatipark is a great place to relax or engage in some recreational sports; this rectangular shaped park was named after doctor, architect and benefactor Samuel Sarphati. Sarphatipark is a clean and charming park and is the perfect place for local residents to relax and engage in outdoor activities. The park is not large, but its beautiful English landscaping and its location really make this a wonderful quiet spot in a bustling 19th century area. The park exudes luxury; a look which is emphasized by the stately large homes surrounding it.

You are currently eligible for a parking permit in this area within approx. 2 months. You have the possibility to apply for a so-called intermediate permit. This permit is a temporary parking permit for another area, whilst you are waiting for a parking permit in your own area. In this case, the other area is in the Olympic stadium area, within approx. 10 minutes biking distance from the apartment.

Layout:
Entrance on the ground floor. The communal stairwell leads up to the entrance of the first-floor apartment.

First floor:
At the front, the living room and open-plan kitchen, which includes gas cooker, separate combi oven/microwave and fridge.
The bedroom at the rear has access to the roof terrace.
The bathroom has a bathtub with shower, washbasin, toilet and washing machine connection.
The apartment has double glazing throughout.

Year of construction:
1892. The apartment has seen extensive renovation both internally as externally.

Living area:
Approx. 46 m2.

Specifics:
- Located in the popular De Pijp district, in the south of Amsterdam;
- Around the corner of Amstel river and Sarphatipark;
- Freehold;
- Good-sized bedroom;
- Roof terrace at the rear;
- Good standard of finish;
- Approx. 46 m2 for you to enjoy!

Ownership:
This property is freehold, so NO ground lease.

Land registry details:
Municipality of Amsterdam, section R, number 6422, A-8, representing the 1/5th part of the communal property.

Owners’ Association:
The name of the Owners’ Association is: Vereniging van Eigenaars Albert Cuypstraat 189 te Amsterdam.
This small Owners’ Association is professionally managed by Velzel VvE Beheer. The Owners’ Association is financially sound and the monthly service fee amounts to € 124.55.

The Owners’ Association is planning to do work on the stairwell in the short term (paid out of the reserve).

Heating/warm water:
The heating and hot water is generated by a central heating boiler (1998).

Delivery:
In consultation.

Asking price:
€ 350,000 costs payable by the purchaser.

We have selected this information with the utmost care. We accept no responsibility for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor for the consequences thereof. All the indicated measurements and surfaces are indicative. The buyer has a duty to investigate any issues that are relevant to him/her. The real estate agent is the advisor of the seller in respect of this apartment. We advise you to engage the services of an expert (NVM) real estate agent to assist you during the purchasing process. If you have a specific requirement with regard to the residence, we recommend that you inform our purchasing real estate agent thereof in time and conduct an independent investigation, or have it done on your behalf. If you do not engage the services of an expert representative, the expert deems that you are capable to establish any relevant matters. The MVA terms and conditions are applicable in full.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-4-11
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1892

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
46 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Oude Pijp

De Pijp is vibrant and very much on its way up. As can be expected of an area that is centred on the nation’s most famous outdoor market Albert Cuypmarkt, this Amsterdam neighbourhood is famously diverse with over 150 nationalities represented. By the time the NZ-lijn underground metro is finished, De Pijp’s gentrification process should be complete with the always strong student population giving way to yet more families of young creatives and professionals. Albert Cuypmarkt Yes indeed: the Albert Cuypmarkt is not only the ‘kitchen of Amsterdam’ but also the place to witness the city in action. There are also many hidden treats to be discovered: innovative buildings built on the principles of Theosophy.

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