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De Clercqstraat 36 2 1052NG Amsterdam

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
62 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

*** English text below - This Property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker***

Modern THREE room apartment (two bedrooms) with characteristic French balcony located near the Jordaan, the city center and the A10, at the heart of Amsterdam old-west.

This lovely renovated apartment of 62m2 on the second floor in Amsterdam old-west is surrounded by a wide variety of stores, good restaurants, and 'gezellige' Amsterdam cafés.

Layout
The communal entrance brings you to the apartment on the second floor where you enter the apartment in the hallway. The hallway of the apartment leads to the wood-inlaid living room and kitchen with built-in appliances. The almost ceiling high windows guarantee the renovated apartment of sunlight. The characteristic and French balcony facing south is located on the front of the apartment. The first bedroom (which can excellent function as a work space in times of Corona) with a built-in closet is located at the front of the apartment. The master bedroom is located at the back side of the apartment and is in direct connection with the bathroom and the spacious balcony. Furthermore, the hallway provides access to the laundry room and the separate toilet.

Living room and kitchen
The living room with open kitchen measures around 31m2. The room is divided into a sitting room adjacent to the French balcony (with double doors) and a dining area with open kitchen. The modern kitchen has the following built-in appliances: freezer and refrigerator, gas stove, dishwasher, oven-microwave combination, extractor hood and sufficient storage space.

Bedrooms
The apartment features two bedrooms. The first bedroom with a built-in closet is located at the front of the apartment and can be used excellently as a study during corona. The master bedroom is at the backside of the apartment and is directly connected to the bathroom. Moreover, the spacious balcony can be accessed by a set of double doors (French style) via the master bedroom.

Bathroom
The tile-inlaid bathroom features a walk-in shower, washbasin and mirror. The separate toilet is located in the hallway.

Outside area
The French balcony located at the front of the apartment facing south, offers a beautiful view over the characteristic Amsterdam old-West and guarantees sunshine all day. The spacious balcony of 8m2 is stretched across the entire width of the backside of the apartment and offers great opportunity for long summer nights.

Surroundings
The apartment has a central location with various stores, boutiques, good restaurants and 'gezellige' cafés in the neighborhood. Het Hugo de Grootplein, de Kinkerbuurt with the Ten Katemarkt and the Foodhallen are located nearby. For the daily groceries you can go to Albert Heijn on the corner. Furthermore, Multiple (food) markets such as the Noordermarkt are available at the Jordaan every Saturday and Monday. For shopping the Haarlemmerdijk offers great opportunity as well as the Negen Straatjes! There are plenty of opportunities to work-out e.g. the Marnixbad and various gyms.

Parking and accessibility
The car can be parked in front of the complex against payment or by means of a residence permit. The apartment has good accessibility by car and public transport due to its location nearby the Nassaukade. The A10 can be accessed through the Jan Evertsenstraat and the Hoofdweg. Furthermore, a variety of trams and buses stop in front of the door that go to different areas in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Central Station is only 10 minutes away by bike. The Jordaan is within walking distance.

The municipality has recently started a test to see if a part of the De Clercqstraat can become a car-free street where only bikes are allowed (fietsstraat). More information can be found on the website of the municipality.

Ground type
The apartment is located on leasehold land.
The current continuous lease hold period ends at 15-03-2026.
The annual fee (canon) is € 83.87 until 2026.
A request has been submitted to switch to perpetual leasehold with favorable conditions from 2019.
The annual perpetual leasehold fee (canon) after 2026 will approximately be € 1,141 with inflation from 2017.
Buying out the perpetual ground lease will cost approximately €38,000.

Owners' association
The owner's association is managed by Velzel VVE diensten. The monthly service costs are € 105,38 per month.
There is short-term maintenance planned on the balcony at the rear of the apartment.
The documentation regarding the VVE (quotation balcony maintenance, annual reports and minutes etc) can be requested from the selling agent.

Delivery
The apartment is available from mid-June 2021.

Particulars
- 62 m2 (NEN 2580)
- French balcony
- Spacious rear balcony
- 2 bedrooms
- Energy Label B
- Change of leasehold requested


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 buyer has his own duty to investigate all matters that are important to him or her. The real estate agent is an advisor to the seller with regard to this property. We recommend that you engage an expert (NVM) broker who guides you through the purchase process. If you have specific wishes regarding the home, we advise you to inform your purchasing broker in good time and to conduct an independent investigation into this. If you do not engage an expert representative, you consider yourself expert enough by law to be able to oversee all matters of importance.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-21
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
62 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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