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Bella Vistastraat 196 1096GM Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
90 m²
Number of rooms


Unique opportunity! Living in the special and young Amstelkwartier in a turn-key four-room apartment (90 m2) with a high-quality finish that was completed in February 2020.
The apartment is part of a complex with lift and has a beautiful unobstructed view over Park Somerlust. And the idyllic water of the Amstel flows around the corner!

The complex is quietly located on a dead-end street with only local traffic. After entering, elevator and stairs lead to the first floor. The spacious hall is the hub of the apartment and connects all rooms with each other. The spacious and bright living room with open kitchen is at the front of the apartment located. The large windows ensure that a lot of light enters the home. The balcony that spans the entire width of the apartment can be entered through the living room. The glass balustrade gives you a lot of contact with the street and the park. The unobstructed view of the park and the absence of direct neighbors give you the feeling that you live in the green.
The luxurious open kitchen (from the Leicht brand) is fully equipped. The imposing island with a length of more than three meters has a thick composite worktop. Furthermore, the kitchen is equipped with: the latest induction plate from Bora with built-in extraction, extra silent dishwasher, combi oven with WiFi, Quooker boiling water tap and a very quiet refrigerator. All equipment is from Siemens / Bosch. The two bedrooms are located at the cool rear of the apartment. Next to the entrance is the extra room that is ideal as an office, storage room or wardrobe. Through the hall you enter the bathroom, which is equipped with a walk-in shower, sink and bath made of the dirt-repellent Quaryl (Villeroy & Boch).
Also the house has a separate toilet with wash basin. In the internal storage room are the washer / dryer connections and there is the possibility of extra storage space. Throughout the house (except for the office) there is underfloor heating and floor cooling by means of a Heat-Cold Storage system (WKO) which also provides hot water. There is also an Orcon CO2 room sensor with an air cleaning system. There are solar panels on the communal roof
that favorably affect your electricity bill. All in all, the apartment meets the highest sustainability standards!

The Amstelkwartier is a neighborhood in Amsterdam in the Overamstel district in the south of the Amsterdam East district. The neighborhood is south of the Amstel, enclosed by Spaklerweg and Duivendrechtsevaart. In the neighborhood are the monumental protected buildings of the former Zuidergasfabriek and Park Somerlust, the reconstruction of which should be completed in 2020. The residential area also includes the eye-catching State, De Spakler residential towers and the wooden skyscraper HAUT, which is under construction. For a drink and snack you can go to, for example, t'Huis aan de Amstel, l'Osteria, Riva and the elegant George Marina, all located a short distance away.
And finally: if you walk down the street, you can dive right into the Amstel!

The Amstelkwartier is easily accessible by car (Ring A10, exit S111) and by public transport. You can reach the Ring within three minutes by car. The Amstel station with train, bus, tram and metro connections is a fifteen minute walk from the house. In addition, the Sparklerweg metro station can be reached within five walking minutes.

The apartment is part of a healthy and active owners association. The VvE is professionally managed by NEWOMIJ. The service costs are 142.01 per month.

Ground situation
The house is located on municipal leasehold land. The General Provisions for Continuous Leasehold 2000 apply. The half-yearly ground rent amounts to 1,816.50 and is fixed for ten years (until the end of 2027). The current period runs until December 5th 2067.

- Living area 90 m2 (measurement report available)
- Delivered in February 2020
- High-quality finished
- Complex with elevator
- Solar panels on the roof
- Heat-Cold Storage System (ATES)
- Underfloor heating and cooling!
- Smoked oak parquet (20cm) in all living areas
- Sunny and spacious balcony on the southwest (8,6 m2)
- Parcer letterbox system (receipt and return without staying home!)
- Common bicycle shed in the basement
- Service costs per month 142.01
- Located on municipal leasehold land
- Regular parking options in the private garage or in the various garages around the corner
- Delivery in consultation.
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Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
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Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
90 m²
296 m³


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