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Beethovenstraat 148 IV 1077JT Amsterdam

Asking price € 895.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
151 m²
Number of rooms


Fantastic new, modern and luxurious apartment on the top floor(s) of a beautifully designed building in Amsterdam South.
The six-room apartment of approximately 151 m2 with a spacious roof terrace of approximately 46 m2 has the appearance of a penthouse annex loft and is characterized in a characteristic way by the details that this classic architectural style entails.
A unique feature of this beautiful top floor apartment is the four good sized bedrooms, making this an ideal home for a family.

Description house
Completely newly built house with a luxury kitchen with various built-in appliances, modern and luxurious sanitary ware, own central heating system, new hardwood windows and doors with double glazing.
The spacious roof terrace is very private, has favorable sunlight and a fantastic view over the Plan Zuid van Berlage.
In short; a characteristic, completely newly built house in a special location in Amsterdam South.

Location and surroundings
Located on the most renowned street of Amsterdam South, the Beethovenstraat, with a very rich range of shopping facilities and restaurants within walking distance. The beautifully designed Beatrix Park is only a few minutes' walk away and public transport stops right outside.
Via Beethovenstraat and De Boelelaan you have a good connection on the ring road A10, with connection to the A2 towards Utrecht, the A4 towards The Hague and the A9 towards Haarlem.

Construction year
About 1931; completely renovated internally.

Cadastral data
Municipality of Amsterdam
Section: AB
Number: 2589
Index: A12

Layout house
Third floor: Entrance to the house, landing with storage and meter cupboard.
Fourth floor: Spacious hall with access to the various rooms, spacious en-suite living room with open kitchen with modern kitchen island, spacious bedroom at the front, two bedrooms at the rear, bathroom with shower and double sink, toilet with fountain, storage room with washing machine setup and boiler.
Kapverdieping: Spacious loft with a view of the living area, spacious roof terrace on the West, bedroom with skylight.

Ownership situation
There is a continuous right of leasehold here.
The ground rent is € 1297.73 per year and the period runs until April 15, 2055.
The ground rent is fixed for 25 years until April 15, 2031. The general provisions of 2000 for continuous leasehold of the municipality of Amsterdam apply.

Surface and Volume
Living area approx. 151 m²
Content house approx. 506 m³

Inside: Excellent
Outside: Excellent

Destination / Zoning plan

Owners Association
The Beethovenstraat 144-150 association consists of 10 members and is very active.
The administration is carried out by VvE Beheer Amsterdam and there is a multi-year maintenance plan. The service costs are € 336.22 per month.

Location balconies / roof terrace
The balconies at the front face East. The roof terrace at the rear faces West, so you can enjoy the sun in the afternoon until sunset.

Technical data / details
Electricity: Modern installation with sufficient groups with earth leakage circuit breaker
Heating: Via an Intergas HRE28 / 24 combi boiler from 2015
Hot water: Via an Intergas HRE28 / 24 combi boiler from 2015
Insulation: Fully insulated

Fixed charges
Property tax: € 375.93
Sewerage charges: € 138.33 per year
Service costs: € 336.22 per month

Soon in consultation

- Collegiate sales with real estate agency Draijer
- The following clauses are applicable or will be included in the purchase and delivery deed.
1. Non-occupancy clause (seller has never inhabited the sold item)
2. General Old Age Clause
3. General Asbestos Clause
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
151 m²


Total number of rooms
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Beethovenstraat 148 IV 1077JT Amsterdam

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