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Azaleastraat 6 1032BW Amsterdam

Year of construction
1925
Floor space
92 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Very charming family home with garden and storage in the popular Bloemenbuurt. The house of less 92 m2, which is officially labeled as an apartment, is located right next to the Noorderpark and within walking distance of the Noord/Zuidlijn. Here you live in a village atmosphere with all the benefits of Noord and the city within reach!

The format is as follows;

Entrance, hall with the wardrobe. The living room with open kitchen is located on one side of the hall, on the other side is the second room. The modern open kitchen with peninsula (2012) is equipped with a fridge-/freezer, dishwasher, combi oven, 5-burner gas hob with extractor hood and built-in storage cupboard. In the kitchen there is also access to the garden. The floor in the kitchen is made of white lacquered concrete. The living room is a very pleasant light space through the many windows. The floor is finished with pine flooring.

The second room on the ground floor was previously used as a first bedroom, but is now used as a living room. This space is equipped with a built-in cupboard that can possibly be broken to connect this space with the kitchen. It is a pleasant space that can easily be turned into a bedroom again. The garden can also be reached from this room.

The garden of approximately 28 m2 with a back entrance and storage room is located on the north and partly finished with an attractive hardwood decking and planting.

In the hall there is a staircase to the first floor. The first floor has a large dormer window at the front, creating a pleasant and light space. The landing gives access to all rooms. A spacious toilet with fountain and window. The laundry room with the connection of the central heating boiler and lots of storage space. There are two bedrooms on the first floor, both located on the front side. They are spacious, light rooms of 12 m2 with dormer windows and a sloping roof construction, creating a playful effect. The bathroom is situated in the intermediate part, with an authentic granito floor, shower, sink and natural light. This entire floor is finished with a painted wooden floor.
From the landing the loft is accessible with a loft ladder. The attic offers approximately 25 m2 storage space over the entire width of the house.

Surroundings:
De Bloemenbuurt is a popular, quiet and child-friendly living environment that is conveniently located for access roads and public transport.

At the front of the house you overlook the beautiful Noorderpark; a wonderful place to read a book in the sun, drink a cup of coffee at Pompet or take an evening stroll. In the park you will also find a beautiful playground and the Noorderparkbad.

Through the park you cycle in 6 minutes to the ferry, or you walk to the North / South line, making the connection with the center and the center of the city excellent. By car you can get out of Amsterdam via the A10 and bus lines 34 and 35 stop at the end of the street.

In the immediate vicinity there are various local shops, primary schools and childcare. The renovated Mosveld shopping center is nearby and offers all the necessary shops and facilities. In the trendy Van der Pekstraat there is a big mark three times a week. Here you will find many cozy restaurants, shops and coffee shops. In the old factories and docks of the NDSM-Werf, the Hamerkwartier and De Ceuvel, more and more cultural facilities and places of entertainment are established. Would you rather relax or enjoy nature? From Amsterdam-Noord you can easily cycle to the picturesque Waterland or recreational area t Twiske. In short, live in the best of both worlds!

Particularities:
North facing garden with storage
Green, peaceful environment next to the Noorderpark
Fully equipped with double glazing
Year of construction 1925
Measured in accordance with NEN2580
Service costs 133,79,-
Annual lease payments have been surrendered until January 31, 2061
The seller has registered for surrender or fixation of the ground lease, based on the favorable
conditions.
Protected city and village view
Professionally managed and financially healthy VvE
Mechanical ventilation
Parking according to permit system, 2 permits per address
Owned Intergas boiler from 2015
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
21/2/2020-21/2/2020-21/2/2020
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1925

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
92 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Volewijck

Neighbourhood the Bloemenbuurt dates from the 1920s and has a characteristic village feeling. Combined with the Van Der Pek Buurt this area is called Volewijck.

Azaleastraat 6 1032BW Amsterdam

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