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Cliostraat 15 HS 1077KB Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.000.000 

Year of construction
1939
Floor space
135 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Very spacious and bright ground floor apartment located on a quiet and popular street in Amsterdam South! The apartment has 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

In a fantastic location in Amsterdam South is this beautiful apartment of 135m located on the first floor and in the basement, with a lovely terrace facing south (8 m) overlooking the beautiful courtyard. The apartment is part of the complex "MUZENHOF" in an ideal location: just outside the center, in the Beethoven neighborhood in the highly sought after district of Old South, near the WTC, Beatrix Park and roads. In the Beethovenstraat are several stores, cafes and restaurants and also in the neighborhood are several (international) schools within walking distance.

LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY:
This property is located in the popular district of South. Around the corner from the extensive range of stores on Beethovenstraat (Marqt, Albert Heijn & Starbucks). The best schools of Amsterdam, including a number of elementary school, secondary schools and the British School are located in the immediate vicinity.
The location is easily accessible by car via the A-10 motorway exit Zuid and exit Rai (S108 and S109) and by public transport (Station Zuid/WTC and Station RAI). Parking is still (relatively) easy in this neighborhood. There is no waiting list for a parking permit and 2 parking permits can be obtained.

LAYOUT:
First floor: private entrance, spacious hall with guest toilet, the spacious dining / living room and kitchen are located at the rear with patio doors to the terrace overlooking the so-called silence garden of Mien Ruys. Both at the front and rear of the house there is a bedroom, the bedroom at the front has a bathroom with shower and sink and the bedroom at the rear has a spacious bathroom with; shower and double sink. The first floor has a beautiful wooden floor.

Souterrain: spacious bedroom and a separate room with toilet and washing machine connection.

ASSOCIATION OF OWNERS:
The owners association concerns the building Muzenhof, Cliostraat 5 to 65 (odd numbers) and Stadionweg 104 to 150 (even numbers) Amsterdam. The Muzenhof comlex is designated as a municipal monument. The service costs are monthly 169.25 and advance heating 125.00; the VvE is managed by MVGM VvE management.

PARTICULARS:
-Living space: 135m (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- Practical house divided, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
- Partly renovated
- Sunny private terrace of 7m adjacent to the quiet ornamental garden
- Municipal monument
- Active community association, professional administrator and a MJOP
- Service costs are monthly 169.25 and heating costs 125.00
- Ground rent amounts to 1,809.24 per year - end of period April 15, 2063 - AB2000 (Offer under the favorable conditions is requested in time)
- Parking via permit system, currently no waiting list
- Project notary Core Notariats
- Delivery may take place soon.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-9-7
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1939

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
135 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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