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Derde Helmersstraat 80 BV 1054BM Amsterdam

Asking price € 995.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
128 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Stylish, very spacious double upstairs apartment with approx. 128 m² of living space, a wealth of daylight, four good-sized bedrooms and an extra study/office, two balconies and a fabulous rooftop terrace with stunning views, right in the middle of the Helmersbuurt neighbourhood. All-in all, the perfect family home in a top-notch location!

This apartment is in a lovely part of the Amsterdam Oud-West neighbourhood. It is a freehold property, and belongs to a financially sound homeowners’ association (VvE).

LAYOUT
Third floor: stairs from the communal entrance lead to the apartment on the third floor. The front door leads into a hall that provides access to all of the rooms on the third floor and the stairs to the fourth floor. The light and airy living room is separated from the dining room by authentic pocket doors (including four original built-in cupboards). The dining room is next to the open-plan kitchen. There are balconies at the front and the rear of the property. The balcony on the dining room side is extra deep and covered. The open-plan kitchen has everything you could possibly need, including a Smeg 6-ring gas cooker with double ovens and a stainless steel extractor hood, a Quooker tap, Bosch fitted appliances (dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer) and lots of storage space. A room at the front of the apartment would make a perfect study/office or spare bedroom. There is a separate toilet with a handbasin and a large, practical cupboard/cloakroom under the stairs.

Fourth floor: the landing leads into all of the rooms on this floor. The space has been put to excellent use to create two large, fitted cupboards, one of which has connections for a washing machine and dryer. The master bedroom is at the rear of the apartment and has more than enough room for a double bed and a sizeable wardrobe. The same applies to the bedroom at the front. The other two bedrooms would make good children’s bedrooms, a spare bedroom or a study/office. The modern, good-sized bathroom features a bath, a spacious walk-in shower, basin and heated mirror. Separate toilet with handbasin. Stairs lead up to the fabulous rooftop terrace, where you can enjoy the sun and spectacular views of Amsterdam all day long!

Smart oak flooring has been laid throughout the apartment, and stylish recessed lighting has been fitted. Nearly all of the windows are double glazed.

ACCESSIBILITY
The property is in the much-sought-after Helmersbuurt neighbourhood (Oud-West), a convenient central location. This is a quiet neighbourhood, with all the benefits of the friendly Leidseplein square (city centre) and Oud-West just a stone’s throw away. Vondelpark is just around the corner. Various museums, such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, The Royal Concertgebouw, and high-end shops in P.C. Hooftstraat and the ‘Negen Straatjes’ are all within walking distance. There are various local cafés, bars and restaurants on Bilderdijkstraat and Overtoom, and plenty of shops close by for daily groceries. Convenient for tram and bus stops, and for car travel with the A10 ring road within easy reach. Parking is on the basis of a permit system.

DETAILS
- Freehold property
- 4 bedrooms and a study/office
- Lots of fitted cupboards
- Financially healthy homeowners’ association (VvE), monthly service costs of approx. €180
- Transfer subject to agreement, can be arranged quickly
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-10
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
128 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Helmersbuurt

The Helmersbuurt is known by the inhabitants as ’’village within a city’’. The location is appealing with the Leidseplein around the corner and the Vondelpark as your backyard. Most of the inhabitants of this neighbourhood stay in this area for a long time and have good contact with each other. In recent years many young couples have settled in the Helmersbuurt and because of that an increase in neighbourhood parties and barbecues was noticed. The Helmersbuurt is known as a friendly and safe residential area with a high degree of social controle. Creative people, artists and creative companies make this area a lively neighbourhood.

Derde Helmersstraat 80 BV 1054BM Amsterdam

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