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Albert Cuypstraat 195 III 1073BE Amsterdam

Asking price € 445.000 

Year of construction
1898
Floor space
61 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

In the middle of the South district, in one of the most desirable areas of Amsterdam, De Pijp, around the corner from the Sarphatipark and the Amstel, is this beautiful spacious apartment with a GO of approx. 20 m2. In the immediate vicinity there are all conceivable shops, trendy boutiques, restaurants and cafes all within walking distance.
Public transport around the corner, the new station "De Pijp" of the North / South line is a stone's throw away. The apartment is also ready to move into. The house has two bedrooms and a sunken sun terrace / balcony of approximately 11.0 m2 to spend the sunny days!

Layout;
You reach the house on the third floor via the common staircase. You enter the hall with a separate modern toilet with hand basin. At the front is the bright and spacious living room with high ceiling and three windows at the front with a view of De Bazar (no privacy) and the always cozy Albert Cuyp market. The modern open kitchen with concrete top is equipped with a 4-burner gas stove, combi oven, extractor hood, fridge with freezer and a dishwasher. The spacious bedroom is located at the quiet rear. The second bedroom is also located at the rear, with patio doors to the approx. 11 m2 large terrace / balcony on the North / West. The bedrooms have air conditioning! Modern bathroom with bath and shower, double sink, towel radiator and a washing machine connection.
The bathroom has a white wall tile with an anthracite floor tile.

Surroundings
The location in the middle of De Pijp is of course beautiful. A walk along the Amstel, shopping on the Albert Cuyp or walk to Carré for a show, everything is nearby. Plenty of cozy cafes and restaurants, such as Gerard Douplein with the Pilsvogel, Het Paardje, Venster 33 and Lolita, the Escobar and the Tulp are within walking distance.
Along the Amstel it is also full of nice places such as the Portuguese restaurant de Girassol, the Italian Impero Romana and Pizzatent Loulou. The van Woustraat is also full of hotspots. Not to mention the nice summer terraces. You only have to take a few steps for your daily shopping, because Albert Heijn and Lidl are just around the corner. For relaxation and sports you can visit the lovely green Sarphatipark or one of the sports facilities on the Albert Cuyp itself. The center of Amsterdam (for example the Utrechtsestraat) is also a short distance away.

Particularities
- Living area is approx. 61.30m2 (NEN report available);
- Great location in the middle of the bustling Pijp;
- Spacious and deep terrace / balcony of approximately 11.0 m2;
- Insulating glazing;
- Own ground!;
- Beautiful oak floor throughout the apartment;
- Monthly service costs are € 105;
- Delivery possible immediately;
- There is only an agreement when the deed of sale has been signed;
- Deed of purchase is drawn up by a civil-law notary in Amsterdam;
- Energy label B;
- Renovated around 2007/2008;
- There is a closed bicycle shed nearby to store your bicycle for a fee;
- The seller has not lived in the house himself;

"This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. However, we do not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All dimensions and surfaces are indicative. The NVM conditions apply."
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-24
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1898

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
61 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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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.

Albert Cuypstraat 195 III 1073BE Amsterdam

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