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Evert Cornelisstraat 5 l 1077KV Amsterdam

Asking price € 635.000 

Year of construction
1955
Floor space
105 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Spacious 4-room apartment of approximately 105 m with a sunny roof terrace of approx. 34 m, a balcony and an individual storage room in the substructure of approximately 8 m. The property is located around the corner from Beatrixpark and the Beethovenstraat.

THE HOUSE
You reach the apartment on the first floor via the well-kept stairwell.

First floor:
A central hall provides access to all rooms. A bright living room of approximately 40 m offers access to the sunny roof terrace of approximately 37 m (south facing position). The closed, simple kitchen and central heating system (HR Remeha Avanta, 2016) provides access to the scullery. The scullery has a washing machine connection and from here the balcony is accessible. This balcony is located on the north and measures approximately 3.5 m. The separate toilet is accessible from the central hall. The bedrooms measure approximately 7, 11 and 14 m. The bathroom has a washbasin, a bath incl. shower. In the substructure you can park your bicycle in the common bicycle storage. The separate storage room of approximately 8 m is also located in the substructure. The current layout is a 4-room apartment. The possibility exists to create a 5-room home fairly easily.

LOCATION
The apartment is located in the Prinses Irenebuurt near the shops on Stadionweg, the famous Beethovenstraat in the Zuid district and near the Zuid-As. Easily accessible by car via the ring road A-10, exit Zuid and exit Rai (S108 and S109) and by public transport. The Zuid / WTC train station is within walking distance. The location is ideal to get to the center quickly or to go outside of Amsterdam. The Beatrixpark is within walking distance. There is currently no waiting time for a parking permit (Permit area: South 5 - reference date November 2020).

THE ASSOCIATION OF OWNERS
This concerns 2 apartment rights in the Association of Owners "Evert Cornelisstraat 3 to 9 and Catharina van Rennessestraat 2 to 22" in Amsterdam, consisting of a total of 43 apartment rights, being 11 garages, 16 storage rooms and 16 homes. The service costs amount to approximately 129 per month, which includes the property insurance, administration costs and the maintenance fund. The association is professionally administered by administrator Vincent & Vincent in Amsterdam. A multi-year maintenance plan has been drawn up until 2031.

THE GROUND
The building is located on leasehold land of the Municipality of Amsterdam. The General Provisions for ongoing ground lease of 2000 apply. The rent is currently 211.57 per year (home + storage) and will be indexed annually. Duration of the current period up to 28 February 2029.

OTHER INFORMATION
- Spacious apartment of approximately 105 m;
- Sunny roof terrace of approximately 34 m facing south directly adjacent to the living room;
- Current layout has 3 bedrooms, (easy) to change to 4 bedrooms;
- Light and spacious living room;
- Own storage room of approximately 8 m and common bicycle storage in the substructure;
- Located around the corner from Beatrixpark and Beethovenstraat;
- Former rental home - needs to be modernized;
- The property consists of two apartment rights (storage and home);
- Old age / asbestos clause and declaration of non-occupancy applicable;
- Project notary Kasper notary in Amsterdam.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-11-19
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
1955

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
105 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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Evert Cornelisstraat 5 l 1077KV Amsterdam

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