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Burgemeester Hogguerstraat 1015 1064EG Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms


Spacious three / four-room apartment (78 m2) on the seventh living floor in a well-maintained complex overlooking the Sloterplas and with a sunny west-facing balcony. Quiet living with excitement 20 minutes by bike from the city center!

The complex has thirteen floors that are accessible by two lifts.
The storage rooms are located on the ground floor.

The location is unique.
The apartment is adjacent to the Sloterplas and the Sloterpark.
The Sloterparkbad or the cozy Sloterstrand with an adjoining restaurant with terrace is nearby.
You can cycle to Plein 40-45 in 5 minutes for your daily shopping.

The apartment complex has a closed entrance.
The Slotermeer district is easily accessible by public transport (tram, bus, metro) and the roads (ring A-10) are a short distance away. The district is characterized by low-rise buildings, alternating with apartment buildings with in between many green areas and in this case also the Sloterplas with its many recreational opportunities.

The apartment has the following layout:
Ground floor: common closed entrance, staircase lifts. Access to the storage room.
7th living floor: entrance, hall, kitchen at the front, separate toilet, bathroom, bedroom and large living room with dining room (possible second or third room).

Living room and kitchen
The L-shaped living room with a length of 9 meters is very light and divided into a sitting room, a dining room and a side room. From the living room there is access to the sunny balcony. The dining room on the gallery side can easily be converted into an extra bedroom. The same goes for the side room.
The kitchen is on the gallery side and is equipped with an L-shaped kitchen block with white bottom and top cabinets and with some loose and built-in appliances.

The entire apartment is carpeted (approximately one and a half years old).

The house is currently equipped with 1 bedroom; two other bedrooms are previously used as living space in the living room. With a simple intervention, an apartment with three bedrooms can be realized!

The bathroom has a bath, a sink and a connection for the washing machine and dryer.

Outdoor space
From the apartment and the balcony you have a view of the Sloterplas, the marina and the greenery. The balcony extends over the entire width of the apartment and has an area of 13 m2. A lovely place to relax after work.

Storage room
There is a storage room in the substructure of the complex. The storage room has an area of 6,75 m2.

It is possible to park the car in front of the complex by means of a resident's permit (costs: 55,- per year).
Visitors can park free of charge with a blue disk / zone for several hours.

Optional for sale; a garage in the basement of the complex.
This garage with number 837, has an area of ??approximately 18m2 and an asking price of 42.500, - k.k.

Service fee
The service costs for this apartment are 168,82 per month.
This amount does not include an advance on heating costs. The service costs include the costs for the home insurance, the costs of the administrator, the costs for major maintenance & cleaning of the complex and the costs of the caretaker.

Heating costs
The monthly advance for heating costs is 85,- per month. Once a year, the heating costs are deducted from the advances paid. The apartments are heated by central block heating.

Technical installations
Heating: Through central district / block heating.
Hot Water: Through the central facility.

Ground lease
The complex is located on land issued on a long lease by the municipality of Amsterdam. The current period runs until the year 2035, the annual costs are 80,30 and the general provisions of 1955 are applicable.
The application for the switch was submitted by the cooperation with the favorable conditions from 2019.
The buyer is supplied with an apartment right and can then continue the application in his or her own name.

From 2035 onwards (with a switch to perpetual leasehold in 2019), the canon/lease will amount to approximately 107,- per year + inflation in 2019 (excluding notary fees).
Perpetual surrender of the leasehold is possible with a switch in 2019 for a target amount of 2.905 - (excluding notary fees).

If you want to buy off the current and perpetual period (you will never pay ground lease again), the target price based on a switch in 2019 is 3.823.

These amounts are indicative and based on the calculation tool of the Municipality of Amsterdam.
No rights can be derived from the results of this calculation tool.

Management and administration are professionally taken care of.
A members' meeting is convened at least once a year. All relevant VVE documents are available at our office.

Energy (EPA)
The seller hands over an energy label to the new owner upon sale.

Movable Property
List of items completed in accordance with the seller.

Delivery and details
The delivery takes place in consultation.

The following clauses are included in the purchase deed on behalf of the selling party:
an asbestos clause;
an age clause.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
78 m²


Total number of rooms
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MVA neighbourhood information: Slotermeer-Zuidwest

Geuzenveld was built during the 1950s and 1960s and is part of the western Garden-villages. Slotermeer was the first western garden village which was designed by the principles of the General Expansion Plan. This plan included building houses which had as much sun and natural sunlight as possible. A part of Slotermeer has a protected city view, which means that this part has a protected development plan and several other restrictions. The main reason for this protection is because this area is one of the greenest parts of Amsterdam with more than four parks available.

Burgemeester Hogguerstraat 1015 1064EG Amsterdam

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