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Bellamystraat 26 H+I 1053BM Amsterdam

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
97 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

This lower house has no shortage of potential! Lovely light and characterful ground floor house with garden, consisting of two independent apartments, which can easily be combined into a house or both can be inhabited individually. Located on the most characteristic street of the Kinkerbuurt and on own ground.

Surroundings:
The Bellamystraat is a charming and quiet street in the heart of the Kinkerbuurt, around the corner from the daily Ten Kate market and the Hallencomplex (including cinema, food halls, library). This neighborhood, the Hallenkwartier, has developed in recent years into one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city, with nice cafes and restaurants. In the nearby Kinkerstraat you can find all necessary shops for, among other things, groceries. Only 5 minutes by bike to the Jordaan, 15 minutes by bike to CS and Lelylaan Station. You can reach Schiphol by public transport within half an hour. Reprofiling of the street has recently taken place, the sewer system has been replaced and the street has been refurbished. This is now car-free.

Accessibility:
Convenient location to public transport and several roads. Tram line 17 (stop at Kinkerstraat) takes you to CS or Station Lelylaan and tram line 19 to Station Sloterdijk. Via Surinameplein (s106) you can easily reach the Ringweg A10 west.

Layout:
The lower house has its own entrance on the street side, portal, kitchen at the front of the apartment, living room in the middle ship as well as the bathroom. Bedroom and conservatory at the rear. through the conservatory there is access to the garden on the northwest with storage where the boiler is located. The apartment on the ground floor (Bellamystraat 26-H) is casco and can be renovated at your own discretion and wish.
The upstairs apartment has its entrance on the landing on the first floor. Spacious bedroom at the front and living room with open modern kitchen at the rear. through French doors there is access to the sunken balcony. The bathroom is located at the rear and has a shower, sink, toilet and washing machine connection.
The apartment on the first floor (Bellamystraat 26-I) was completely renovated in 2016 and equipped with a sleek herringbone parquet floor, modern kitchen and bathroom.

Particularities:
- Located on private land (so no leasehold);
- One apartment right consisting of two independent houses;
- The houses can easily be combined into a double lower house;
- Small-scale Owners Association;
- Service costs are 150 per month;
- Heating and hot water are provided by individual central heating (year 2018);
- Delivery in consultation, can be done quickly.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   150 p/m
Entry date
2020-7-3
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
97 m²
External storage space
3 m²
Volume
358 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Kinkerbuurt

The Kinkerbuurt is a neighbourhood in West Amsterdam. The area is an island in between the Singelgracht, The Jacob van Lennepkade, the Kostverlorenvaart and the Hugo de Grootgracht. The heart of this area is the Kinkerstreet, named after poet and lawyer Johannes Kinker. The neighbourhood has a daily market at the Ten Katestreet. Other important streets with shops and trams are: Bilderdijkstraat and The Clerqstraat.

Bellamystraat 26 H+I 1053BM Amsterdam

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