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Burgemeester Hogguerstraat 265 1064CP Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
78 m²
Number of rooms


**English text**
THREE / FOUR room apartment with a living space of approximately 78 m2 located on the 9th floor on the ever more popular Burgemeester Hogguerstraat.

The location is unique. The apartment is directly adjacent to the Sloterplas and Sloterpark.
The Sloterparkbad or the cozy Sloterstrand with an adjacent restaurant, a rowing and canoe club with marina and a terrace are within walking distance of the house!

You can cycle to Plein 40-45 in 5 minutes for your daily shopping.

The apartment complex has a closed entrance.
The separate storage room is located in the basement.
The complex was built in 1965, has 13 floors that can be reached by elevator and has a helpful and active caretaker.

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 many green spaces in between and in this case also the Sloterplas with its many recreational opportunities.

Ground floor: common (closed) entrance, storage rooms, staircase, elevator.
9th floor: meter cabinet in the hallway, entrance, hall, living room with acces to balcony, two bedrooms, separate toiletroom, bathroom and kitchen.

Throughout the entire house there is double glass.

Living room and kitchen
The living room gives access to the balcony facing east and west.
The kitchen is facing east(morning sun) and contains all necessary built-in equipment.

There are currently two bedrooms in the apartment. There is a possibility to create a third bedroom.

The bathroom is equipped with a sink, a shower and place and connection for a washing machine and dryer.

Outdoor space
The balcony has an area of 13 m2 and is located over the entire width of the apartment. A wonderful place to relax after work.

Storage room
A storage room is located in the basement of the complex.

It is possible to park the car in front of the door of the complex by means of a residents permit (costs: 55 per year). Visitors can park for free through a blue disc / zone.

Service fee
The service costs for this apartment are 168.82 per month.
This amount does not include an advance on heating costs yet. The service costs include the costs for the building 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 the heating costs is 85,-- per month. Once a year the heating costs are settled with the paid advances. The apartments are heated by central block heating.

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

Ground lease
The complex is located on land issued in leasehold by the municipality of Amsterdam, the ground lease is 80.30 per year, the General Provisions for continuous lease of 1955 are applicable.

The current amount for the lease hold is 82,55 a year till 2035.

You can switch to perpetual lease hold but only on the rules of 2020.

The management and administration is provided by the company Newomij.
A member meeting is convened at least once a year. The VVE documents are available at our office.

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

Movable Affairs
In accordance with the completed List of Affairs.

Delivery and details:
The delivery takes place in consultation.
In the deed of sale the following clauses are included on behalf of the selling party:
an asbestos 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 265 1064CP Amsterdam

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