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Emmeline Pankhurststraat 50 1103MT Amsterdam

Year of construction
1999
Floor space
97 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Very light and well maintained, penthouse-like 4-room corner apartment with lift, approx. 97 m2 on the 7th and second top floor with fantastic panoramic unobstructed view of Amsterdam (Southeast), including the Johan Cruijff Arena.

In small-scale luxury residential tower with only two houses per floor and closed main entrance and private storage on the ground floor. Free parking in front of the door.
Located in the attractive young and quiet green child-friendly neighborhood of Nieuw Gerenstein with beautiful water features and bridges, many play facilities such as a large park with playground equipment, football field, tennis court and near a children's farm and Nelson Mandelapark.
Public transport stops, such as metro, bus and train, within short cycling / walking distance, as well as shops (including Amsterdamse Poort and Ganzenhoef), childcare and schools. All major roads, locations and facilities in Amsterdam and surroundings. are quickly and easily accessible by private or public transport.
A nice and comfortable apartment in a perfect location!

Layout:
Entrance / hall / meter cupboard (group box 5 x + earth leakage). Wide corridor with laminate floor. Toilet room with fountain. Luxurious bathroom (tiled) with Jacuzzi, quarter-round shower corner with sliding doors and washbasin. Three bedrooms, the master bedroom on the corner. Laundry / storage room with mechanical ventilation unit and washing machine connection. Spacious bright living room with laminate floor, glass loggia and windows on two sides with beautiful unobstructed views. Modern semi-open kitchen in U-shape with carousel cabinet, and with built-in appliances, including AEG dishwasher, fridge / freezer, stainless steel combination oven, motorless flat screen extractor hood (on mechanical ventilation). Box / storage room on the ground floor.
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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   162 p/m
Entry date
2020-7-18
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment with lift
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1999

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
97 m²
External storage space
4 m²
Volume
298 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
3
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Emmeline Pankhurststraat 50 1103MT Amsterdam

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