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Bijlmerdreef 1266 1103JX Amsterdam

Year of construction
2002
Floor space
79 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Are you looking for a large living space with privacy, close to shops and public transport? This apartment of approximately 79 square meters, with a south-east-facing loggia, is your answer. The two-bedroom apartment is located on the third floor of the De Ganzenpoort apartment complex in the G-buurt in Amsterdam Southeast.

The spacious living room has a special light through the (many) windows. The open kitchen is a must. It is super handy that next to the kitchen there is an indoor storage room for the washing machine and dryer. If you want, there is also enough space for a shelving unit.

Both bedrooms have enough space for a large wardrobe and a double bed. The bathroom is neat with a walk-in shower and a sink. The toilet is separate.

The apartment effortlessly combines activity and privacy, living pleasure and entertainment options. For daily shopping you do not have to walk far. Ganzenpoort shopping center is literally around the corner. Supermarkets such as Albert Heijn and Aldi and smaller businesses such as a drugstore, pharmacy and various eateries ensure that there is something for everyone. If you want to shop extensively, the Amsterdamse Poort is nearby.

You can enjoy recreation in the Bijlmerweide nature reserve, where the De Toevlucht foundation shelters birds and mammals, the Bijlmerpark and central park Gaasperdam. The G-buurt shares the Bijlmermuseum with the K-buurt. Here the original high-rise buildings have been preserved and the park landscape has been left intact. Metro station Ganzenhoef (also around the corner) connects the neighborhood with the rest of the city.

In short, an apartment that will appeal to many. We're here to show you.

Specifics:
- prepaid ground lease (erfpacht) until April 30, 2050;
- application for the new ground lease (erfpacht) is arranged with favorable conditions (indication ground rent 102 / buyout 1,900);
- energy label B;
- own storage unit downstairs;
- practical utility room/storage room next to the kitchen;
- south-east-facing loggia;
- contribution VvE 165,49 per month.
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Features

Transfer

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

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment block with porches
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2002

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
79 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Bijlmerdreef 1266 1103JX Amsterdam

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