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Beethovenstraat 237 1077JE Amsterdam

Asking price € 650.000 

Year of construction
1961
Floor space
120 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Spacious and beautifully situated 5-room apartment of 120 m with 4 balconies located on the fifth floor of the Rijksmonument 'Princesseflat' in Amsterdam-Zuid, with a free and beautiful overview of the immediate surroundings. Due to the shape of the building, the apartment has windows on three sides.

Fifth floor: Spacious entrance / hall with a travertine floor, spacious wardrobe with cupboard wall, meter cupboard, a separate toilet with washbasin and access to all rooms. Spacious bathroom with shower, sink, toilet, bidet and boiler room, bedroom with access to the balcony and a built-in wardrobe with washing machine connection,
bedroom on the right side, kitchen with various built-in appliances, work or dining room with access to the balcony and an L-shaped living room with access to two balconies.

A private storage room is located in the basement of the building with a communal bicycle shed.
It is also possible to buy a private garage a little further up, at the Catharina van Rennesstraat 12. The garage is offered separately. The asking price is 85.000 k.k.

Surroundings
The apartment is located on the Beethovenstraat near the Beatrixpark and the Prinses Irenestraat.
A little further down the Beethovenstraat you will find all the shops for your daily and non-daily shopping, as well as exclusive (fashion) shops and boutiques, lunch and coffee shops and various specialty shops. The Gelderlandplein shopping center is also close by. There are several well-regarded (international) schools in the area.

Accessibility and parking
There are several tram and bus stops on Beethovenstraat. The NS and metro station Zuid (Zuid / WTC) (also stop Noord / Zuid line) is a few minutes away and you can quickly reach the A10 ring road (exit S108 and S109) by car. Parking is done by means of a permit system. Paid parking is available on public roads from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm (source: website Municipality of Amsterdam).

Association of Owners
The complex consists of 35 apartment houses and 16 garages. The VvE is active. The administration, financial and technical management has been outsourced to Vastgoedadvies van Luijk. The service costs are 371.56 per month. There are (draft) house rules, a Multi-Year Maintenance Plan and there are annual meetings. This year's General Members Meeting will take place shortly. Furthermore, a caretaker is present daily and there is a communal bicycle shed on the ground floor.

Leasehold of the house
Effective Date: The 16th of August 1959
Current period: The 16th of August 1959 until the 15th of August 2034;
Alg. provisions: AB continuous leasehold 1955;
Ground lease type: 157.00;
Index: The canon is not indexed;
Request date: No transfer has been requested.

Particularities
- Located in the National Monumental "Princesseflat" with a stately main entrance and two elevators;
- Built in 1961 by architect Mart Stam in the characteristic Y-shape
- 4 balconies;
- the garage at Catharina van Rennesstraat 12 is offered separately. The asking price is 85.000 k.k.
- Living area: 120 m (in accordance with NVM measurement instructions);
- including old-age, asbestos and non-resident clauses applicable;
- Delivery in consultation;
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-18
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1961

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
120 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Beethovenstraat 237 1077JE Amsterdam

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