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Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat 61 3 1054BT Amsterdam

Asking price € 425.000 

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Wonderful light and comfortable 2 room apartment on a beautiful location in Oud-West near the Vondelpark, Museumplein and the Jordaan. Very nice for people who like to enjoy all that the city has to offer such as museums, restaurants, cafes and terraces, all within walking distance! This part of the city feels like a village in the middle of the city with a butcher, bakery, fish shop and beautiful flower shop in the street. Several supermarkets, the Ten Kate market and stops for the tram lines can be found around the corner.

Layout:
Neat joint entrance, staircase with carpet. The apartment is on the third floor.
Hall with bell / video installation and wardrobe, fantastic spacious living room with high ceilings, French doors and balcony at the front and large windows to the left and right of this. This front was completely renewed in 2015 and fitted with new frames and double glazing. Nice view. Beautiful open kitchen with all modern appliances adjacent to the dining area. Ingenious fitted wardrobes that serve as storage space where you can store an incredible amount.
Large bathroom with underfloor heating, bath with shower, washbasin and WC. The bathroom is also the space for the washing and drying machines. Spacious bedroom with balcony at the rear and large fitted wardrobes here. The entire apartment has parquet floor.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-29
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
56 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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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.

Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat 61 3 1054BT Amsterdam

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