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Blasiusstraat 70 H 1091CW Amsterdam

Asking price € 415.000 

Year of construction
1887
Floor space
58 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

High-quality renovated 3-room apartment in 2015, centrally located in the popular East district around the corner from the Amstel, the Weesperzijde and the Oosterpark.

This nice corner apartment is part of a large-scale renovation project from 2015 in which a total of 22 apartments have been completely renovated including electricity, smart meters, walls, facades, stairwells, floors, foundation repair, insulating glass, central heating, wooden frames, modern kitchen and luxurious bathroom. Since then the home has been well maintained and therefore ready to move into!

AREA AND ACCESSIBILITY
This property is located on the corner of Wibautstraat and Blasiusstraat, around the corner from Weesperzijde. The Blasiusstraat is characterised by its beautiful playful facades, open porches and French balconies. This location is known for its lively atmosphere and pleasant living environment for young and old. The apartment is very conveniently located in relation to bars and restaurants, sports and leisure facilities. On the Amstel you will find several cosy cafes and restaurants in the vicinity including the Royal Theater Carré, the Volkshotel and of course the cosy Pijp. For leisure activities, you can go to the Oosterpark, which was completely renovated a few years ago. This location is also a perfect base for walking, running or cycling along the Amstel towards Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, for example.

The apartment is easily accessible by both public transport and car. The metro station Wibautstraat and tram line 3 are within walking distance. The Ring A-10 is easy to reach via the Wibautstraat. Parking is via a parking permit. The current waiting time is 11 months, but an overflow permit can be applied for immediately.

LAYOUT (see floor plans)
Ground floor: Communal entrance and a well-maintained staircase.

3rd Floor: Private entrance. Upon entering the house, you immediately notice the sleek finish: oak laminated floors, high skirting boards, panel doors and sleek stucco work. The long hall gives access to a separate toilet, the well-sized master bedroom, the luxurious bathroom with walk-in rain shower and the living room. The living room is wonderfully bright thanks to many windows and the corner location and is equipped with a quality kitchen with all common appliances (Bosch). There is also access to a front balcony. The second bedroom is currently used as an office.

FEATURES
- Built in 1887, complete renovation in 2015 including foundation repair
- High-quality finish
- Well insulated
- Central heating 2015
- Annual lease payments surrendered until 2064, then perpetual leasehold of € 1,032 per year (to be indexed)
- Around the corner from the Amstel
- Professional and active Homeowners' Association
- Delivery in consultation
- Buyer chooses notary, Amsterdam region
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-22
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
1887

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
58 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Weesperzijde

The Weesperzijdebuurt is a popular neighbourhood located in between the Weesperzijde and the Wibautstraat. The neighbourhood characterizes itself by its facilities all available at walking or biking distance. Near the neighbourhood can be found well-known cafés and restaurants including the Ysbreeker, Amstel and new restaurants on the Wibautstraat. The connection to the center of Amsterdam is more than excellent. Within walking distance is metro station Weesperzijde.

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