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Arent Janszoon Ernststraat 224 1082LT Amsterdam

Asking price € 645.000 

Year of construction
2004
Floor space
133 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

A spacious and bright 3-room apartment spanning ca. 133 sqm immediately opposite Gelderlandplein shopping mall and within walking distance of Zuidas! Situated on the third floor of the modern 'Gelderhof' apartment complex (with an elevator!) which was built in 2004. The apartment includes two bedrooms, a spacious living room with an open-plan kitchen and a large bathroom. A parking space is also offered for sale in the building's underground parking garage, for an asking price of € 45,000 (closing costs payable by buyer). The ground lease is prepaid until 2053.

LAYOUT
Central entrance on the ground floor. Stairs or elevator to the third floor.
Third floor: a large hall leads to all rooms; the spacious living room is at the front. Numerous windows allow daylight to stream in, and sliding glass doors open to the south-facing loggia which is fitted with bi-fold windows that can be opened fully. The open-plan kitchen is equipped with a range of appliances, including a 4-burner ceramic cooker, range hood, combination microwave/oven, refrigerator with a freezer compartment and a dishwasher.

Both bedrooms are at the quiet rear, with unobstructed views of the gardens. The large bathroom is fitted with a shower, double vanity and a toilet. The laundry station is in the indoor storage, which also accommodates the central heating unit (2011) and mechanical ventilation. The separate restroom with a toilet and washbasin and the meter cupboard are off the hall.

The apartment includes an external storage unit (5 sqm) in the building's substructure. The property is fitted with an alarm system.

HOMEOWNEERS ASSOCIATION
The apartment is part of a professionally managed homeowners association. The current monthly HOA charges amount to € 339.28 for the apartment and € 29.43for the parking space.

LOCATIONS/ACCESSIBILITY
The apartment is situated in Amsterdam-Buitenveldert, across from the beautiful Gelderlandplein shopping mall. Close to Amstelpark and Amsterdamse Bos, and within walking distance of Gijsbrecht van Aemstelpark.
The location is easily accessible by public transportation and is nearby Station Zuid, and also by car. For an add an additional price of € 45,000 (closing costs payable by buyer), you can park your car in the building's parking garage. Main connecting roads, such as the A10 beltway, A2 and A9 are a few minutes' drive away.

GROUND LEASE
The apartment is on ground lease land owned by the Municipality of Amsterdam. Th current lease period is in effect until January 31, 2053; the lase is prepaid until this date. Subject to the general terms and conditions for continuous ground lease drafted in the year 2000. The current owner did not apply for an offer under the conditions that were applicable until 31-12-2019 for the switch to everlasting ground lease.

SPECIFICATIONS
- NEN-measurement survey available: 132.7 sqm residential floor area. 5.2 sqm external storage space;
- South-facing loggia;
- The asking price for the parking space in the building's parking garage is € 45,000, closing costs payable by buyer. A combined sale of the apartment and parking space is preferred;
- Current monthly HOA charges for the apartment of € 339.28 and € 29.43 for the parking space;
- Active and professionally managed HOA;
- The ground lease is prepaid for the current lease period, until 31-01-2053;
- Double glazing (front and rear);
- Central heating unit (2011);
- Storage unit in the building's substructure;
- Alarm system;
- Quick closing negotiable.

Naturally it is our pleasure to offer you a personal tour of the property. However, due to corona virus we have adopted a number of precautionary measures, and will discuss these with you when you schedule an appointment. Are you interested in a property, but would you prefer not to schedule a viewing on-site (yet)? Please let us know. We can also offer you a viewing by video call, so that you can ask the realtor any questions you may have as he/she walks you through the property.

This property was measured in accordance with the Measurement Code. The Measurement code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total usable floor area. The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, for example due to differences in interpretation, rounding and restrictions to the actual performance of the survey. Despite the due care we have taken in measuring the property, the measurements may deviate. Neither the seller nor the realtor accept any liability for such deviations. Given measurement are indicative only. If the exact dimensions are crucial to you, we recommend that you take the measurements yourself or enlist your own survey professional.

This information was drafted with the utmost care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission or inaccuracy, etcetera nor any consequences related thereto. All measurements and floor areas are indicative only. Subject to the NVM general terms and conditions.

This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-16
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2004

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
133 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Buitenveldert-West

Buitenveldert is the most southern part of Amsterdam South. The neighbourhood has a lot of contrasts. Buitenveldert characteristics itself by the amount of space and green facilities available in the area. There are many facilities and shopping centre for example the Gerderlandplaza. The houses are relatively big and the neighbourhood has many above-average aged people. The neighbourhood scores well on the safety scale. Although the safety is good, the social cohesion isn’t that strong. The Zuidas part of Amsterdam is a dynamic area, which is in full development. Originally the focus was on making this part of Amsterdam a high level office complex, but now the focus is more on making it a residential area. There aren’t that many inhabitants yet, but the new building concepts are designed to improve that. There will be an elementary school and several other facilities available, which will make this part of Amsterdam a unique location.

Arent Janszoon Ernststraat 224 1082LT Amsterdam

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