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Barentszstraat 128 1013NS Amsterdam

Asking price € 295.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
45 m²
Number of rooms
1

Description

Please note that the text below refers to an apartment right which, according to private law, is a business property. Based on the zoning plan (public law) it is allowed to live there. On the basis of a transitional law, there is an appropriate business use may be possible.

This studio of approximately 45m˛ has a solid shell and is modern and sleek inside and has an outdoor area adjacent to a courtyard garden. The large window indicates that from a historical perspective business activities have already taken place. The free location on the wide part of the Barentszstraat provides a pleasant and green working environment.

The apartment (currently used as a design office) has its own entrance and consists of an open space oriented to the street. Tight finish with light walls (front) with recessed lighting and a gray cast floor. In the rear facade is a large frame with a sliding door and fixed windows to the private garden. There is also a neat business toilet and a sorted meter cupboard.

There is an extension to the right rear of the building where the pantry is located and the individual central heating boiler hangs. This space is also identically finished in terms of floor and walls. There are enough radiators in the room and the pipes are largely concealed behind the suspended and plastered ceiling.

The backyard is approximately 20m ˛ and is adjacent to a large courtyard which belongs to the nearby properties. The garden is now a large sun terrace (a.s.a. north facing) and partly adjacent to the extension of the neighboring building. The rear facade is in light stucco work finished and is friendly and cared for.

The front of this business space has a great big window, overlooking the square where often a table and chairs on the public terrace and periodically the world's problems are discussed (and sometimes solved!)

The 'Zeehelden' neighbourhood is a special area with predominantly smaller apartments, no through traffic and leafy surroundings adjacent to the (water of) Realeneiland, Prinseneiland and the IJ. A quiet, central area, leaning on the Spaarndammerbuurt or Haarlemmerdijk and -straat for stores and services. Easy to drive from the A-10 and the new tunnel to the city, within walking and cycling distance of Central Station. It is sincerely a fine place to live and / or work.

There is a permanent right of lease of a parcel of land owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The destination of the land is 'business space'. The canon is for the current period prepaid until February 1, 2056. Also within the V.V.E. the space should be used as business space.

The property consists of 3 homes and the present business space and functions properly. The service costs are € 100, - per month.

The land is owned by the municipality of Amsterdam. The ground rent has been paid in advance for the current period up to and including January 31, 2056. Applicable are the General Provisions of 2000 of the municipality of Amsterdam.

Based on the current zoning plan 'Spaarndammers and Zeehelden' (dated 23-4-2013) the single destination is currently 'residential'. Based on the transitional law, it may be possible to continue an appropriate business use. The broker can give you a further explanation of this situation if desired.

Seller sells and delivers a 'business space'.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-12
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
45 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
1
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MVA neighbourhood information: Spaarndammer- en Zeeheldenbuurt

The Spaarndammerbuurt originates from the 19th century and is originally a real Amsterdam neighbourhood. Recently the area underwent a real transformation. A big part of the neighbourhood is renovated and several streets, plaza’s and gardens were re-organized. The North side of this neighbourhood is more residential area and in the future this will expand in the direction of the IJ.

Barentszstraat 128 1013NS Amsterdam

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