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Beethovenstraat 130 II 1077JS Amsterdam

Year of construction
1931
Floor space
219 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Exceptionally bright and spacious apartment, spanning ca. 219 sqm, on Beethovenstraat nearby Stadionkade. The property features 4 generous bedrooms, a beautiful living room with a bay window, a study on the main floor, an open-plan kitchen and a west-facing balcony. This property is ideally suited for a family with older children and offers more than enough room to work from home. The apartment was fully renovated and insulated in 2015.

Layout:
Stone steps lead up to the apartment on the second floor. An elegant steel door leads to the loft-style living area. The living room has a bay window and a side room at the front, which is currently used as a study.

The kitchen/lounge is at the rear and features French doors to a lovely, sunny balcony. The living room/kitchen space spans 6 meters wide and 14 meters long. The kitchen is modern and fitted with a chef's island, stainless-steel countertops and a range of appliances. At the heart of the space is a gas fireplace.

At the rear of the apartment is a spacious master bedroom and a bathroom with a walk-in shower and a vanity.

The main floor is fitted with beautiful oak parquet flooring in a chevron pattern.

The internal staircase leads up to the 4th floor. The spacious landing accesses all rooms. This level is fitted with the same oak parquet flooring but laid in a herringbone pattern.

There are two spacious bedrooms, one of which opens to a terrace at the front. The central bathroom is fitted with a walk-in shower, vanity and a toilet. There is also a laundry room with the laundry station.

Stairs from this space lead up to the 5th floor. This tall attic level is currently used as a study, but can also serve as a bedroom. Five skylights allow an abundance of daylight to stream in. There is also a large storage space on this level. This level is fitted with beautiful mosaic parquet flooring. This room opens to the flat roof. The HOA tolerates use of the flat roof as a terrace. The roof offers a stunning view of Zuid and Zuidas.

Area:
Situated on Beethovenstraat, between Stadionweg and Stadionkade.

Within 5 minutes' walking distance of several eateries and cafes, coffee corners (e.g. Starbucks and Coffee Company) and Albert Heijn, Marqt and lovely shops. Beatrixpark is just around the corner.

Parking permits can currently be acquired immediately.

Excellent connectivity by public transportation, car and bicycle. Close to station Zuid, station Rai and Schiphol Airport. Walking/cycling distance from Zuidas.

Specifications:
Spacious dimensions
Two bathrooms
West-facing balcony
Private entrance
Subject to the ground lease conditions drafted in 2000
Current annual ground lease of € 1,688.02, annual indexation.
Application for everlasting settlement of the ground lease submitted with the municipality (favorable conditions transferable to the new owner)
Fully renovated in 2015
All technical systems renewed: gas, water, electrics, 2 heating units (2015)
Full insulation (facade, floors, ceilings, glazing)
Recessed LED lights

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-26
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
219 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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