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Blancefloorstraat 21 hs 1055TD Amsterdam

Year of construction
1939
Floor space
80 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

In a quiet location, we offer a beautiful downstairs house of approximately 80 m with a nice garden of approximately 39 m with a authentic garden house. The house was (completely) renovated in 2015. Recently the house has been expanded with the possibility to create an extra (bed) room.

THE PROPERTY
Own entrance from street level. Vestibule. Staircase with washing machine connection. The kitchen is equipped with a Falcon 5-burner gas stove including oven, a dishwasher and an extractor. The multifunctional oven has no less than 7 different functions, including top heat, bottom heat, hot air setting and au gratin. The bathroom is centrally located in the house and has a toilet, a walk-in shower, a sink and underfloor heating (electric). The spacious (bed) room at the front of the house measures approximately 16 m. Here's an unobstructed view of the park and the room has plenty of sunshine in the afternoon. The bedroom at the rear measures approximately 10 m. The ground floor is insulated.

The house has recently been expanded with the possibility to create an extra (bed) room. We would like to refer to the current and alternative floor plans to give you an impression. The extension is equipped with a skylight and underfloor heating. The landscaped garden can be reached with the help of double doors. The garden measures approximately 39 m and has a back entrance. The garden house measures approximately 5 m and is equipped with a central heating system (Remeha Tzerra 2015) and a water and electricity connection.

LOCATION
The house is located in the hip and cozy West district (Erasmus neighborhood) within walking distance of the Erasmuspark and shops like Bagels & Beans, an organic supermarket and bakery BROOD are located. In the immediate vicinity you will find the trendy Jan Evertsenstraat, Mercatorplein, SportPlaza Mercator with swimming pool, Podium Mozaek and for relaxation also the Rembrandtpark. Within about 15 (cycling) minutes you are in the heart of the center, the cozy Jordaan or in the Westerpark. The house is conveniently located for the main roads and the accessibility by public transport is excellent. Several tram and bus stops (tram line 7 and bus lines 15, 21 and 80) are within walking distance and by car you are within 5 minutes on the ring A10 (exit S104). There is currently no waiting list for obtaining a parking permit (West 3.1 permit area - reference date March 2020).

THE UNION
The Association of Owners "Blancefloorstraat 13-24 / Reinaert de Vosstraat 13-25 in Amsterdam" consists of 60 apartment rights and is professionally managed by Delair Vastgoed Beheer B.V. The service costs are approximately 110 per month. The association is active and there is an MJOP present.

GROUND LEASE
There is continuous leasehold (landowner Municipality of Amsterdam). The annual canon is 777.38 per year. The current period runs until November 15, 2063 with the AB2000 applying (annual indexation). The current owner has applied for a switch to perpetual leasehold.

PARTICULARITIES
- Living area approximately 80 m (measurement report available);
- Currently 2 bedrooms with the possibility to create an extra (bed) room;
- Garden of approximately 39 m on the east with back;
- The house was renovated in 2015 and recently expanded;
- Active Association of Owners with MJOP;
- Monthly service costs are approximately 110;
- Full double glazing and central heating system (Remeha Tzerra bj. 2015)
- Declaration of non-own occupation applicable.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-3-10
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1939

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
80 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Erasmuspark

The Erasmusprukbuurt lies between the Admiraal de Ruijterweg, Jan van Galenstraat, Mercatorstraat, Hoofdweg and Bos & Lommerweg. It owes its name to the Erasmuspark, which is located at the center of the neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is described as the best neighbourhood of Bos & Lommer. Everything the inhabitants need is extant: Culture, hospitality, playgrounds, education, social and sport facilities are all available.

Blancefloorstraat 21 hs 1055TD Amsterdam

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