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Beursstraat 31 - 4 1012JV Amsterdam

Asking price € 395.000 

Year of construction
1650
Floor space
58 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

UNUSUALLY LIGHT AND CREATIVELY LAID-OUT RESIDENCE ON THE UPPER FLOORS, WITH A LOFT-LIKE CHARACTER, OF 58 M² (USEABLE FLOOR AREA 45.60 M², ATTIC, INTERNAL USEABLE FLOOR AREA 12.20 M², TOTAL GROSS FLOOR AREA 111.40 M²). THE APARTMENT AS A LOVELY ROOF TERRACE OF 8 M² WITH AN UNIMPEDED VIEW AND IS SITUATED ON THE TOP TWO STOREYS OF A CHARACTERISTIC PROPERTY, BUILT IN 1650 WITH A GORGEOUS CLOCK GABLE, IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CITY CENTRE.

This charming residence on the upper floors is situated on the uppermost story and has a beautiful roof structure with an enormous attic with two rooms and an open living room with sloping walls, fitted with 10 windows and amazing light.

The residence is located on private leasehold land and the ground rent for 2020 amounts to € 947.68. The leasehold conditions have been established in accordance with notarial and banking guidelines from the KNB and NVB.

The owners’ association, called “Condominium Berlage”, consists of 9 apartment rights and the administration is professionally managed. The monthly service costs amount to € 175. The advance on the monthly heating costs also amount to € 175. A long-term maintenance plan is currently being drawn up.

LAYOUT
The staircase from the communal entrance takes you to the entrance on the fourth floor. You enter directly into the living room which is separated into a tasteful sitting room at the front of the building and a raised, connected dining room. The sitting room has French windows onto a small balcony, two characteristic round windows and a charming fireplace.

The 6 metre long dining room runs into the spacious and modern kitchen at the rear of the building with access to the roof terrace. The streamlined kitchen has white cabinets and drawers and a light grey counter top. The kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances, a freestanding combined fridge/freezer and a matching high dining table. The lovely, sunny roof terrace has an area 8 m² and looks out over the Oude Kerk.

The entrance to the bathroom is next to the entrance. The bathroom is decorated with a blue/white tiled floor with a decorative line and white walls. In addition, the bathroom is fitted with a bath, a separate shower, wide vanity unit with two taps and the toilet.

The living room has a handsome parquet floor with a Wengé edge, the kitchen has an anthracite coloured, slate tile floor.

The stairs take you to the attic which has a (bedroom) on both sides. Between these two rooms there is a gangway, which is fitted with a low built-in cupboard.

The two rooms each have a window, and the room at the rear of the building looks out over the Oude Kerk. This room also has a built-in wardrobe. Both rooms have handsome wooden floors.

The entire apartment has smoothly plastered white walls.

Additionally, there is an internal storage area in the basement as well as two bicycle parking places for the apartment.

LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY
The apartment is located in an ideal location in the centre of the vibrant inner city, bordering immediately on the Beursplein and the well-known shopping streets the Nieuwendijk and the Kalverstraat. The well-known Jordaan and the associated Nine Streets are within walking distance, as is the trendy Haarlemmerdijk, an area of Amsterdam with a great range of unusual shops, trendy lunch bars and restaurants, hip hot spots and splendid delicatessens. The Nieuwmarkt, Prins Hendrikkade and, of course, Central Station are also to be found close by. Public transport and arterial roads are in the immediate vicinity.

PARKING
There is paid parking on the streets (Mon – Sat from 9 a.m. until 4 a.m. and Sun midday until 4 a.m.) and parking under the parking permit system. According to information from the Amsterdam City Council’s website, there is a waiting list for a parking permit (waiting list information as 30 April 2020, parking permit area Centrum 1).

DETAILS
- Unusually light and creatively laid-out residence on the upper floors of 58 m²
- Fourth floor useable floor area 45.60 m², attic useable internal floor area 12.20 m², total gross floor area 111.40 m²
- Located in a characteristic property dating from 1650
- National listed building
- Roof terrace of 8 m² with a view of the Oude Kerk
- Living roomhas 10 windows across its entire length
- Charming sitting room with a small balcony
- Modern spacious kitchen with built-in appliances
- Storage in the basement
- Private leasehold, annual ground rent € 947.68 (green leasehold opinion issued)
- Buy out option 20 times the annual ground rent
- Professionally managed owners’ association
- Monthly service costs € 175
- Monthly advance on heating costs € 175
- Located in the heart of the city
- Transfer in consultation, could be rapid
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-5-20
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1650

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
58 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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