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Berthelotstraat 2 II 1098SV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1956
Floor space
75 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Bright three-room apartment, freehold property in Watergraafsmeer

Exceptionally bright and well-configured apartment, FREEHOLD, on the second floor with a sunny balcony.

This is former rental home requires updating.

The communal entrance leads to the apartment on the second floor. The large hall accesses all rooms.

The apartment includes two spacious bedrooms, one at the front and one at the rear. There is a kitchen and a large and bright living space with pocket doors.
The central bathroom is fitted with a shower and a sink. The separate restroom is off the hall.

The apartment includes a private storage unit in the building's substructure.

Area:
Situated in a sought-after, welcoming neighborhood in Watergraafsmeer.

Within walking distance of Jaap Eden ice-skating rink, Middenmeer sports complex and Park Frankendael.

The area is home to countless delis, good restaurants and grocery shops.
Excellent location relative to public transportation. Bus 65 stops on Radioweg, and bus 40 and tram 19 stop on Kruislaan. The property is just a few minutes' walking distance from station Science Park with direct service to Central Station, the A10 beltway is a few minutes' drive away via connecting road S112.

Paid parking, resident parking permits available for the area; ample curbside parking.

Specifications:
Freehold property
Double glazing
Southeast-facing balcony
Block heating
Private storage unit in the basement
Professionally managed , healthy HOA
Long-term maintenance plan in effect
Total service charges of 234.21 per month. These charges cover the apartment, the storage unit and the advance for heating charges
Project notary: Lubbers en Dijk Notarissen in Amsterdam
The sold is a former rental property and was never used as a residence by the seller himself. Therefore, the seller cannot inform the buyer of specific properties of the sold in the same manner as he would have been able to had he lived in the home.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-20
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1956

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
75 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Middenmeer

Middenmeer is diverse: the northern part is from the 19th century, the middle part was built during the 1920-1940s and the southern part was realized during 1955 and 1960. Two shopping area can be found within this area. One consists of shops and can be found alongside the Middenweg and the other one is situated on the Christiaan Huygensplein. This neighbourhood is a loved residential area.

Berthelotstraat 2 II 1098SV Amsterdam

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