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Bonairestraat 75 II 1058XE Amsterdam

Year of construction
1930
Floor space
71 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

What a fabulous place to call home! A lovely, bright 2/3-room apartment spanning approximately 71 sqm with a sunny balcony, large attic room and a separate storage room - FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Pack your things and move in!

DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS AND TO ENSURE YOUR SAFETY AND PEACE OF MIND, WE WILL NOW ONLY SCHEDULE OUR VIEWINGS INDIVIDUALLY. IN ADDITION, WE OFFER VIRTUAL VIEWINGS OF THE PROPERTY THAT WE CAN SHARE WITH YOU.
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The advantages of this apartment:
- Situated on the second floor, so excellent daylight entry;
- sunny southwest-facing balcony;
- New kitchen (3 months old) with modern appliances;
- Large bedroom;
- Large attic room (can be used as a guestroom or study, or home office) on the third floor;
- Fully double glazed;
- Spacious and well-presented stairwell;
- FREEHOLD PROPERTY

Layout:
The spacious and renovated stairwell leads to the apartment on the second floor. The hall connects all rooms. The living area is at the front of the building, where a large window offers a lovely, leafy view of Bonairestraat. The L-shaped living room is extremely spacious and bright and is fitted with custom cabinets. The kitchen, which was installed less than 3 months ago, is at the rear of the apartment and features ample space and a range of contemporary appliances including an induction cooker, oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator/freezer and a Quooker. The kitchen accesses the balcony. This balcony spans the full width of the apartment and can also be accessed from the bedroom. Due to its orientation, due West, it enjoys direct sunlight exposure from 2/3 p.m. until late in the evening, and offers a lovely view of the green garden below. The spacious bedroom can accommodate a double bed and has ample closet space. The compact bathroom can be accessed from the bedroom and is fitted with a shower and a sink. The separate restroom is off the hall by the front door.

The third floor can be reach through the communal staircase where you can find a large, ca. 12 sqm attic room, which is currently used as a study but can also serve as a guestroom. The apartment also includes a separate ca. 6 sqm storage unit.

Location:
Bonairestraat is in a quiet part of De Baarsjes borough, between Kostverlorenvaart, Hoofdweg and Surinameplein. This area is characterized by iconic 1930s architecture and green squares. A bustling neighborhood, home to many young couples and families. Coffee bars, grocery shops and supermarkets are just 500 meters away, and there are several daycare centers to be found within easy walking distance. Many more shops, restaurants and cafés are just around the corner, on Overtoom and Kinkerstraat for instance. Vondelpark and Rembrandtpark are within walking/cycling distance. Easy access via Surinameplein to the S106 to the A10 beltway-west and several public transportation options (tram and bus) with quick service to all corners of the city. Via NS Station Lelylaan, Schiphol Airport or Amsterdam Central Station are just a 10-minute commute away. Parking permits are available for the area, for more information about current waiting lists, please consult the website of the Municipality of Amsterdam.

Specifications:
- Built 1930;
- Situated on FREEHOLD LAND, i.e. no ground lease;
- Gas stove heating;
- Warm water via a boiler;
- Active and healthy HOA, management outsourced to a professional agency, substantial savings available;
- Well-presented stairwell, renovated in 2014;
- Double glazing front and back;
- Monthly HOA charges of € 153,19;
- Delivery upon mutual agreement, quick closing negotiable.

"This information was drafted with due care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor any consequences related thereto. All given measurements and dimensions are indicative only. The general terms and conditions of the NVM apply."

“This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker"
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-12
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
71 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Bonairestraat 75 II 1058XE Amsterdam

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