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Evert Cornelisstraat 23 1077KV Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.400.000 

Year of construction
1954
Floor space
158 m²
Number of rooms
10
Lot size
178 m²

Description

Evert Cornelisstraat 23, 1077 KV Amsterdam

Spacious family residence (approx. 158m) with an enormous, sunny, south-facing garden in the Prinses Irene neighbourhood in Amsterdam-Zuid. The house has five bedrooms, a garage and a sunny roof terrace (approx. 30m). This is comfortable living in a peaceful, green neighbourhood with all the amenities within easy reach! Location/accessibility:

The residence is centrally located, close to the Zuidas, the Stadionweg, the Olympiaplein and the Beethovenstraat. There is a wide range of shops, delicatessens, bars, cafs and restaurants on the Beethovenstraat and the Olympiaplein. You can get to the Gelderlandplein within five minutes. For exercise and relaxation you can head for the nearby Beatrixpark, or the numerous sports clubs and associations in the neighbourhood. There are several popular primary and secondary schools within walking and cycling distance. The Evert Cornelisstraat is one of the most peaceful streets in the Prinses Irene neighbourhood with very little traffic and lots of parking space. Built between 1954 and 1958, this neighbourhood is a child-friendly oasis of peace, space and greenery. The area is open in nature and the buildings are relatively low rise, with spacious streets and lots of greenery. The neighbourhood is distinguished by its many, park-like public spaces: along its borders (Beatrixpark and the Zuideramstelkanaal) and at its centre (Minervalaan). The architecture is, to a large extent, generally varied and of eye-catching quality. The accessibility is outstanding: you can get to the A10 in the car from the Zuid and the RAI access roads (S108 and S109). Trams, the metro (including the Noord-/Zuidlijn) and trains leave from Amsterdam Zuid station going in all directions. There is a direct connection from Amsterdam Zuid station to both Schiphol and Amsterdam Central Station. The Beethovenstraat bus and tram stop is at the end of the street. Layout: Ground floor: Front garden with enough space for bicycles, Bir or a motor scooter. Entrance on the ground floor. Entrance vestibule with the meter cupboard. Spacious hallway with a separate toilet with small sink. On the left is the kitchen equipped with a 4-ring induction hob, dishwasher and oven. At the rear of the residence is the living / dining room with a tasteful wood burning stove. Impressive windows run across the full width of the rear of the residence which provides the space with an unusual amount of light. The enormous, sunny garden is south facing and has a raised terrace. The wooden spiral staircase takes you to the first floor. First floor: Hallway with access to all the rooms. The first two bedrooms are situated at the front of the building. Both bedrooms are a decent size and the left-hand bedroom has a small sink. The master bedroom is at the rear of the building with handy, built-in wardrobes. Adjoining this bedroom is a sunny balcony which looks out over the leafy back garden. There is a further separate toilet situated in the hallway. The spacious bathroom, with a walk-in shower and double washbasin is at the rear of the residence.

Second floor:

Hallway with access to the fourth and fifth bedrooms. The spacious roof terrace (approx. 30m) is situated at the rear of the building. This terrace faces due south and can accessed from both the hallway and the left-hand bedroom. There is a gorgeous unimpeded view from the roof terrace! Cellar: The cellar is fitted with plenty of storage space and has lots of daylight. You will find the connections required for the washing machine and tumble dryer in the cellar. In the separate boiler room is the central heating boiler and a sink.

The floor in the residence is insulated and the windows have been fitted with double-glazing (except for the original steel doors to the garden and the balcony on the first floor).

Details:
- Living area 157.50 m (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- South facing rear garden
- Roof terrace
- Five bedrooms
- Spacious external garage
- Cellar with plenty of storage space
- Double glazing, except the original doors
- Insulated floor
- Plenty of storage space
- Lease hold until 269.99: Term runs until 2028 (1937 General Terms & Conditions apply)
- The application to buy out the ground lease in perpetuity was submitted on time

We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. However, we will not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or any other matter nor for the consequences of such. All measurements and surfaces stated are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. We advise you to engage an expert (NVM registered) estate agent who will guide you through the purchasing process. Should you have any specific desires with regard to the residence, we advise you to make these known as soon as possible to your purchasing estate agent and have an independent investigation carried out into such matters. If you do not engage an expert, you will be deemed as considering yourself to be sufficiently expert to be able to oversee all matters that could be important. The NVM terms and conditions are applicable.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-14
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Mansion
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1954

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
158 m²
Lot size
178 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
10
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Evert Cornelisstraat 23 1077KV Amsterdam

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