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Ben van Meerendonkstraat 295 1087LN Amsterdam

Asking price € 400.000 

Year of construction
2010
Floor space
89 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Light and well-maintained 3-room apartment of 89m2 located on the canal, in the iconic De Witte Kaap complex from 2010, designed by Claus en Kaan architects. From the living room and from the sofa a beautiful view over the canal and the IJmeer. The large windows with French balconies enhance this effect.

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LAYOUT
The apartment on the third floor can be reached by elevator or stairs. You enter the bright hall from which all areas are accessible. The living room is surprisingly spacious. The windows with French balconies provide a beautiful light and you have a beautiful view of the water from here.
The neat open kitchen is in white and fully equipped. There is plenty of cupboard space and the utility room offers extra storage and offers space for a washing machine and dryer. The apartment has two spacious bedrooms with French balconies. They are in the morning sun, so you sleep on the cool side. The bathroom is neat, light in color and has a bath, shower and washbasin. The separate toilet can be found in the hall. In the basement you find a private storage room, located next to the side entrance of the building for quick and easy access.

LOCATION
The property is located in the award-winning Witte Kaap building, with nice restaurants, the harbor and the beach within walking distance. There are also many shops nearby, such as a delicious bakery and supermarket Deen around the corner. The shopping center of IJburg can be reached quickly for a diverse range of shops and within 10 minutes you are at Maxis Muiden with an Albert Heijn XL.
Recreation is possible, for example, in the Theo van Gogh park and the Diemerpark with its own beach. Terrace-goers can go to one of the many restaurants on the harbor, along the IJburglaan or on the Steigereiland. At the harbor you will also find a ferry service to Pampus Island, and there are many beautiful cycling routes in the area in the direction of Diemen, Muiden and Weesp. With fifteen minutes by bike you are in the middle of Amsterdam East.
Finally, the accessibility is excellent with roads to the A1, A2, A9 and A10. You can reach Amsterdam Central Station within 15 minutes by tram and the bus stop to Bijlmer Arena is a one-minute walk away.

PARTICULARITIES
• Living area of approximately 89 mē (measurement report available);
• Located on the water and with a view of the IJmeer;
• Healthy and active VvE, contribution € 181 per month;
• Convenient location on IJburg within walking distance of shops and restaurants;
• Long-term lease surrendered until August 2058;
• External storage space of approximately 6mē;
• Built in 2010, fully insulated, elevator available;
• Heating and hot water through district heating (gasless house);
• Energy label A;
• Delivery in consultation.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-3
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2010

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
89 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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