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Cliostraat 7 HS 1077KA Amsterdam

Asking price € 899.000 

Year of construction
1939
Floor space
122 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Spacious 5-room apartment of 122 m spread over 2 floors with spacious (storage) space of 36 m, located in the popular Amsterdam South

An a fantastic location in Amsterdam South, this spacious apartment of 122 m is located on the ground floor and in the basement, with a lovely sunny south-facing terrace (7m). The apartment is part of the complex "MUZENHOF" in an ideal location: just outside the center, in the Beethoven neighborhood in the very popular district Oud-Zuid, near the WTC, Beatrixpark and roads. In the Beethovenstraat you will find various shops, cozy cafes and restaurants and there are also several (international) schools nearby within walking distance.

LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY:
This property is located in the popular Zuid district. Around the corner the extensive range of Beethovenstraat stores (Marqt, Albert Heijn & Starbucks). The best schools in Amsterdam, including a number of primary schools, secondary schools and the British School are in the immediate vicinity.
The location is easily accessible by car via the ring A-10 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:
Ground floor: private entrance, spacious hall, access to 3 rooms, separate toilet, kitchen and garden. The house has a spacious living room at the front with natural light through the large windows and at the rear 2 rooms with in between the kitchen with various built-in appliances, all of which provide access to the garden through the French doors. There is also a bathroom with a shower and sink.

Basement: 2 spacious bedrooms with bathroom with a toilet, shower and sink and a large room at the front of no less than 36 m which can be used as storage space can be converted into living space by, for example, creating a skylight.

OWNERS ASSOCIATION:
The owners association concerns the building Muzenhof; Cliostraat 5 to 65 (odd numbers) and Stadionweg 104 to 150 (even numbers) Amsterdam. The Muzenhof complex has been designated as a municipal monument. The service costs are monthly 212.02, - advance payment for water and heating costs 171.00; the VvE is managed by MVGM VvE management.


SPECIFICATIONS:
- Living area: 122m (NEN2580 measurement report available);
- Active Owners Association, professional administrator and an MJOP;
- Parking via permit system, currently no waiting list;
- Municipal monument;
- Service costs are 212.02 monthly and heating costs are 171.00;
- Annual lease payments amount to 1,848.16 per year - end of the period as of 15 April 2063 - AB2000;
- Project Notary Core Notary;
- Delivery is possible soon.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-21
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1939

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
122 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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