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Banstraat 48 hs 1071KB Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.500.000 

Year of construction
1924
Floor space
155 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Charming renovated 6-room ground floor apartment with garden, balconies and generous storage space / play corner in basement.

This double ground floor apartment offers everything you are looking for in a city apartment: lovely outdoor areas on the SW accessible through the French doors in the dining room and bedrooms, detached barn, spacious rooms, beautiful sanitary facilities and plenty of storage space. Located on the ground floor and 1st floor (with basement in the basement) of a well-maintained building overlooking a quiet park, the busy city seems far away, but all amenities are close by. In one of the most beautiful locations in Oud Zuid, you will find yourself permanently in a park and shops, museums and hotels are around the corner. Schiphol and the Zuidas are only a 15-minute drive away and are easily accessible by public transport. In short, carefree living enjoyment with all the comfort that the city center of Amsterdam has to offer.

THE PROPERTY
Ground floor: entrance, hall with wardrobe, storage space and meter cupboard, separate toilet, living room with fireplace, dining room with fireplace and patio doors to garden (approx. 59m2, SW) with detached wooden shed, open kitchen with appliances and access to garden;
1st floor: landing, separate toilet, spacious bathroom (accessible from overflow) with double sink, bath and walk-in shower, master bedroom with patio doors to balcony (approx. 7m2) and private access to bathroom, bedroom (in use as an office) with patio doors to balcony at the front, bedroom 3 with patio doors to balcony at the front, bedroom 4 at the back;
Basement: laundry room, central heating system and play area.

LOCATION
The ground floor apartment is located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Amsterdam South, between Hilton and Museumplein and within walking distance of the Vondelpark. Numerous shops, terraces and restaurants can be found in the immediate vicinity and a little further on the Van Baerlestraat and the P.C. Hooftstraat. In the vicinity you will find well-regarded schools for primary and secondary education, various tram and bus lines and various cultural institutions such as the Royal Concertgebouw and the Rijksmuseum. By car there is good access to the Ring Road A-10. There is no waiting list for a parking permit.

OWNERS ASSOCIATION
The complex was built around 1924 and split into apartment rights. The VVE is actively managed by the members and has an MJOP. Major maintenance has been carried out in recent years. The service costs are € 175 per month.

THE MAINTENANCE
The house is well maintained and equipped with a modern kitchen and sanitary facilities. All walls and ceilings are smoothly plastered and painted, the house is largely double glazed. The body is well maintained, the VVE has drawn up a multi-year maintenance plan.

PARTICULARITIES:
- 6-room ground floor apartment with garden, balconies and play and laundry room in the basement;
- Well-maintained building with active VVE;
- Classic layout, unique location on square with unobstructed view;
- Centrally located in Oud Zuid within walking distance of Vondelpark;
- Attractive interior with 2 fireplaces, modern sanitary and kitchen;
- Long-term lease until 2045 (€ 1,775 per year, tax deductible, offer requested in 2019)
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-4-8
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1924

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
155 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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