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Anfieldroad 101 1098WB Amsterdam

Year of construction
2001
Floor space
143 m²
Number of rooms
5
Lot size
164 m²

Description

“Enjoy the morning sun on the jetty on the water and in the afternoon and early evening in the wonderfully sheltered and sunny garden at the front.”

This excellent situated and well maintained, spacious terraced house in the Watergraafsmeer has three floors with varied ceiling heights. Four bedrooms (a fifth is possible), private parking space with carport, jetty on the water at the back - where you can spot a kingfisher, if you're lucky - and a spacious front garden orientation southwest.
Approximate 142 m2 of living space, the property in Park de Meer is an ideal family home. All rooms are of good size and proportion and allow for flexible living on each floor.
This location benefits from easy access to A10, 10 minute drive to Zuidas and an approx. 20 -minute drive to Schiphol. With Science Park Station and the university nearby both national and international transport links are excellent.

Layout:
Ground floor:
Entrance in the hall. Hall, with solid oak floor, giving access to the toilet and the split-level living room. Living room also with solid oak floor, extra high ceiling of 3.30 meters and patio doors to the jetty terrace on the water. The open kitchen is equipped with the necessary built-in appliances, double doors to the sheltered, sunny front garden. A sunshade is attached to the facade of the house. On street side, a large storage room and carport plus parking space for a second car.
First floor:
Landing with access to two generous bedrooms and the bathroom. The master bedroom covers the entire width of the house at the rear and can be divided into two bedrooms. The ceiling slopes up to a height of 3.60 meters. The second bedroom is located at the front of the house. The bathroom has a double sink, walk-in shower, toilet and washing machine connection.
Second floor: Landing with storage space and access to two bright bedrooms with a sloping ceiling to 3.20 meters and a French balcony. Originally there was a washing machine connection on this floor. This can be reinstated.

Surroundings:
Park de Meer is named after Stadium de Meer, where Ajax celebrated great triumphs. This part of the Watergraafsmeer has its own character and is ideal for families. Lots of space, lots of greenery, low-traffic area and within walking distance of all sports facilities you could wish for! Such as football fields, hockey fields, tennis courts, the Jaap Eden skating rink, an athletics track with beach volleyball court, a public skate track, a climbing wall and playground.
The area also offers good nurseries, primary and secondary schools in the immediate vicinity. The property is situated at the dead end of the Anfieldroad and therefore very quiet. For your daily shopping you can cycle within 5 minutes to the shops of the cozy Watergraafsmeer. Here you will also find restaurants such as De Kas and Merkelbach and various trendy cafes.
In short, living on the Anfieldroad means living in a quiet, green, child-friendly location close to the urban life of Amsterdam.

Accessibility:
Public transport such as trams, buses and the NS stations Science Park and Amstel are within walking or cycling distance. The city centrecan be reached in 20 biking-minutes. Easy access to various roads (A1, A2, A4 and A10). Schiphol Airport can be reached within 20 car minutes.

Tenure:
Leasehold issued by the Municipality of Amsterdam.
The ground lease has been surrendered until December 31, 2049. In the context of the switch scheme, the ground lease has been converted to perpetual and the ground rent has been fixed under favorable conditions from 2050. The deed for this transfer has already been passed.

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Particulars:
- living area 142 m2 measurement report available
- split level on the ground floor
- jetty terrace on water and sheltered and sunny front garden
- 4 (possibly 5) bedrooms
- very child-friendly
- build in 2001
- energy label A
- fully isolated
- district heating /gas-free
- carport/parking space (for 2 cars) on private property
- detached storage room
- notary choice buyer, in Amsterdam
- delivery in consultation

Disclaimer
We have selected this information with the utmost care. However, SEM Real Estate Agency is neither liable for any incompleteness or inaccuracy that may occur, nor for the consequences thereof. All specified measures and surfaces are an indication. The buyer has its own responsibility to research the particular needs that are important to him or her. In regard to the sale of this property, SEM Real Estate Agency is advisor to the seller only. Therefore, we advise you to engage with a NVM-certified real estate agent who can assist you during the purchasing process. The NVM terms and conditions apply.

***This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker.***
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-9-18
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2001

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
143 m²
Lot size
164 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Middenmeer

Middenmeer is diverse: the northern part is from the 19th century, the middle part was built during the 1920-1940s and the southern part was realized during 1955 and 1960. Two shopping area can be found within this area. One consists of shops and can be found alongside the Middenweg and the other one is situated on the Christiaan Huygensplein. This neighbourhood is a loved residential area.

Anfieldroad 101 1098WB Amsterdam

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Amsterdam

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