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Bonaireplein 4 III 1058XB Amsterdam

Year of construction
1931
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Apartment with potential!

Bright apartment on the 3rd floor with amazing possibilities!

This third-floor apartment spans ca. 55 sqm - installing an internal staircase would make it possible to increase the floor space to ca. 72 sqm by incorporating the ca. 17 sqm storage unit on the floor above into the apartment.

The configuration of the apartment also allows for a roof deck at the rear of the building. Of course, this is subject to the conditions imposed by the municipality of Amsterdam.

The apartment includes a spacious dual aspect living room with a separate, well-resented kitchen at the rear. This tidy kitchen is fitted with a range of appliances. The bedroom with a connecting bathroom is situated at the front. The bathroom (white tiles) is fitted with a bathtub, sink and the fittings for the laundry machine.

The storage unit on the 4th floor is currently in use as a bedroom with a private bathroom. This bathroom is fitted with a shower, sink and toilet (sanibroyeur).

Location:
The apartment is located in between Vondelpark and Rembrandtpark, in a quiet area in the sought-after 'de Baarsjes' district in West borough.

This spacious and tranquil street is the perfect hub from where to explore the area's countless cafes, eateries and coffee bars, including Bar Baarsch, Radijs, Frits, Bartack, Huiskamer van Rembrandt and the Coffee Company.

Public transportation (tram and bus) is within walking distance on Hoofdweg and Postjesweg. Connecting roads to the A10 are within 5 minutes via Surinameplein.

Groceries are available around the corner from Jumbo and Lidl supermarkets, and nearby Postjesweg (AH, goede kaaswinkel, bakker etc). Kinkerstraat is also immediately around the corner from this property, offering a wide range of lovely shops and boutiques.

Specifications:
Residential floor area ca 55 sqm
Storage unit ca. 18 sqm
Option to increase the floor area of the apartment to ca. 72 sqm
Freehold property
Double glazing
East-facing balcony
Main pipe in the kitchen replaced
Option to create a roof deck
HOA comprised of 83 apartment rights
Professional HOA management by VvE Beheer Amsterdam
Long-term maintenance plan in place
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
16/11/2019-16/11/2019-16/11/2019
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
55 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Westindische Buurt

The Westindische Buurt is a neighborhood in Amsterdam West. The neighbourhood is bordered by the Kostverlorenstraat, The Potjeskade and the Surinameplein. The area is known as a quite residential area with enough facilities. Not only are the Rembrandspark and the Vondelpark within walkings distance but also the Ten Kate Markt, specialty shops and the Foodhalle are in close range of the neighbourhood.

Bonaireplein 4 III 1058XB Amsterdam

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