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Bos en Lommerplantsoen 99 K 1055AA Amsterdam

Asking price € 200.000 

Year of construction
2015
Floor space
29 m²
Number of rooms
1

Description

Comfortable apartment of 29,2 m2 located within the Ring. This is your chance! Are you looking for a home on a good location and that is Ready-to-use? Then this nice apartment is for you! The house is located on the 8th floor with spectacular views and a lot of privacy. Completed in 2015 and neatly finished with modern kitchen and bathroom.

This former GAK building underwent a transformation into a residential complex. The apartment is located in the south wing of this complex "The Studio Part II". There is a double lift installation, a caretaker, a locked bicycle shed and a communal laundry room, where (Miele) washing machines and dryers are at your disposal. This apartment also has its own washer-dryer connection in the kitchen.

Layout:
Entrance with videophone installation and safe tag system (both at the main entrance and on the floor), neat kitchen with a hard stone top with ceramic hob, dishwasher, combi oven, extractor and connection for the washer/dryer. Bathroom with shower, toilet and washbasin with cupboard. Living room with windows over the entire width, a nice light space, enough space for a bed. There is a linoleum floor throughout the house. Heat recovery installation to save on heating costs. Well insulated energy-efficient house. Underfloor heating and cooling available. Front connection for internet via fiber optic and cable.

Location:
The many restaurants, bars and shops in the area make you feel right at home. Opposite the entrance of the complex is the Bos en Lommer city park, a great place to relax, as is the wide jetty of the Erasmusgracht on the side of the building. A little further you will also find the Erasmus Park where fun events are organized in the summer. Underneath the building is the fun Wild West where you can settle down on the terrace for a drink in the sun or a delicious pizza. But a croissant with coffee in the morning or the rental of a flex workspace are also possible here. Other nice places in the area for an affordable meal or drink are Frits and Cafe Zurich on Mecatorplein. For daily shopping you can go to the adjacent Bos en Lommerplein.

Accessibility:
The accessibility is excellent: the complex is very conveniently located for the A10 and Amsterdam-Sloterdijk train station. There are several bus and tram stops in front of the door (including tram 7 and 14 and bus 15, 21 and 80). By bike you are in 10-15 minutes in the Center, the Jordaan or on the canals. A parking permit is not possible. There is a parking lot behind the complex where it is possible to rent a place via parkingYou.

Ground lease:
It concerns a municipal leasehold. The annual rent for the apartment is 686,72 and is in principle deductible from income tax. End of period 2063. General Provisions 2000. Annual indexation.

Owners Association:
The V.v.E. is healthy, active and professionally managed by VvE Beheer Amsterdam. The service costs are 105,87 per month. The administrator is responsible for financial and administrative management, administrative and technical support.

Particularities:
- Living area of 29,2 m2 (according to NEN 2580);
- Studio;
- Modern and hip complex with elevator, caretaker, laundry room and bicycle shed;
- 8th floor;
- Active association of owners;
- Well isolated;
- Energy label B;
- The building is under procedure to be designated as a municipal monument;
- A parking permit is not possible, there are parking spaces for rent behind the building via ParkingYou;
- Conveniently located in relation to highways;
- Delivery in consultation.

This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative. The NVM conditions apply.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-11-21
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
2015

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
29 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
1
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Kolenkit

The Kolenkitbuurt can be split up into three parts: The southern part between the Erasmusgracht and the Bos en Lommerweg, the middle part between the Bos en Lommerweg and the Wiltzanghlaan and the northern part of the Wiltzanglaan. The houses within the Kolenkitbuurt were built during the 1950s. The last ten years many things have changed within the neighbourhood. Together with housing corporations several new buildings have been established and several buildings have been renovated.

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