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Bolestein 696 1081EN Amsterdam

Year of construction
1969
Floor space
45 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

A lovely two-room corner apartment with a sunny south-facing garden in the green Buitenveldert neighborhood in Amsterdam-South. Located within walking distance of the Amsterdamse Bos with all imaginable amenities in the area. Gelderlandplein has become the most appreciated shopping center in Amsterdam and Amsterdam-South Station, which is being developed into the International train station of the Netherlands (with connections to Brussels, Paris, London and Berlin), is nearby.

The apartment has its own entrance, is practically laid out and the green backyard is an ideal place to relax.

Layout:
BG: Through the private entrance you reach the tour hall, landing with access to all rooms. The bedroom is located at the front and gives access to the bathroom with a sink and a walk-in shower. In the hall is the separate toilet with washbasin and built-in closet. Through the living room, located at the rear, you reach the sunny backyard. There is an open kitchen.
A separate storage room is available in the basement of the complex.

Surroundings:
The apartment is located in a very green neighborhood with free Gelderlandplein bus in front of the entrance of the building. On foot you are within 5 minutes in the Amsterdamse Bos where you can row and run or spend a day at Spa Resort "Zuiver". For daily shopping you can go to the supermarket across the street. Shopping becomes an experience in the Gelderlandplein shopping center, Amstelveen city center or in Beethovenstraat. The Zuidas (Station Amsterdam-Zuid), the Amstelpark and the Gijsbrecht van Amstelpark are within cycling distance. Tram line 5, the North-South line and various buses stop in the immediate vicinity and take you to Schiphol, Amsterdam-Zuid station, Amstel station, Central station, Bijlmer Arena station and North Station. You can reach Dam Square in 25 minutes by bike. Several highways (A10, A9, A4 and A2) are a 5-minute drive.

General:
- Living area: Approximately 45 m2
- Capacity: Approximately 170 m3
- Year of construction: 1968
- Service costs: Ä 113 per month
- Advance heating costs: Ä 60 per month
- Property situation: Annual lease payments paid in advance until 31-07-2067.
- An application for 'transfer perpetual leasehold' has been submitted under the favorable conditions of 2019
- Storage in the basement
- Heating: block heating
- Completely extra insulating double glazing
- There is a very active VvE
- Delivery in consultation
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-8
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1969

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
45 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Buitenveldert-West

Buitenveldert is the most southern part of Amsterdam South. The neighbourhood has a lot of contrasts. Buitenveldert characteristics itself by the amount of space and green facilities available in the area. There are many facilities and shopping centre for example the Gerderlandplaza. The houses are relatively big and the neighbourhood has many above-average aged people. The neighbourhood scores well on the safety scale. Although the safety is good, the social cohesion isnít that strong. The Zuidas part of Amsterdam is a dynamic area, which is in full development. Originally the focus was on making this part of Amsterdam a high level office complex, but now the focus is more on making it a residential area. There arenít that many inhabitants yet, but the new building concepts are designed to improve that. There will be an elementary school and several other facilities available, which will make this part of Amsterdam a unique location.

Bolestein 696 1081EN Amsterdam

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