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Fannius Scholtenstraat 9 B 1051ES Amsterdam

Asking price € 370.000 

Year of construction
1902
Floor space
52 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

First buyers attention! This bright and sunny one/two-bedroom apartment is located in the heart of the Staatsliedenbuurt a stone's throw from westerpark!

This bright and well-finished one-bedroom apartment is located in a complex at the sunny southwest side at the corner of J.M. Kemperstraat and Fannius Scholtenstraat. The many windows gives a nice view of both streets and provide plenty of daylight, at the French balcony you can enjoy the sun on a warm and sunny day.

Layout:
The entrance is on the second floor. You enter the hall, from here you have access to all the rooms. The living room is located at the front. Here is the French balcony from which you have a nice view of the immediate surroundings.
Next you come into the kitchen, here is a modern built-in corner kitchen which is equipped with all the necessary installation equipment.
The bedroom is located at the rear. Here there is plenty of room for a double bed and closet space.
Also at the back there is a spacious bathroom which is equipped with a bathtub/shower combination and a sink. The toilet as well as two internal storages with the washing machine connection are accessible from the hall.

It is possible to create an extra second bedroom, the option for this is visible at the floor plans on Funda.

On the attic floor there is a spacious storage room with a floorspace of 7.2 m².

Leasehold:
There is a continuous right of leasehold of the municipality of Amsterdam. The canon is paid upfront until January 1, 2056. The general provisions of leasehold 2000 have been declared applicable. The seller has applied in time for the option to move to the perpetual leasehold system on favourable terms.

Association of owners:
The association of owners consists of 14 members and is professionally managed by Pro VvE Beheer. There is a multi-year maintenance plan and the monthly service charge is €135.70.

A piece of history:
The property was split into 14 apartment rights in 2006. At the time, a large-scale renovation took place in which the house is equipped with double glazing in wooden frames and floor and wall insulation. The house has a central heating system with a boiler.

In short, an entry-level apartment with lots of possibilities! We would like to invite you for an extensive viewing.

Details:
Continuous right of leasehold, paid off until 1 January 2056;
Favourable conditions for switching to the perpetual leasehold system present;
Area of living-space according to NEN 2580; approximately 52 m²;
Storage space in the attic; approximately 7.2 m²;
Lots of windows, this makes the house feel bright and spacious;
French balcony on the southwest side;
Large-scale renovation in 2006;
Possibility to create a second additional bedroom;
Perfectly insulated with double glazing;
Spacious bathroom with bathtub/shower combination;
Active VvE with a multi-year maintenance plan;
Monthly service fee € 135.70;
Energy label C present;
A general old age clause for the complex will be included in the purchase agreement;
Delivery in consultation.

DISCLAIMER:
This information has been compiled by us with due care. For our part, however, we do not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or its consequences. All specified sizes and surfaces are only indicative. De Measurement instruction is based on the NEN 2580. The Measurement Instruction is intended to apply a more uniform method of measurement for giving an indication of the area of use. The Measurement Statement does not completely exclude differences in measurement outcomes, for example due to differences in interpretation, rounding, or limitations when performing the measurement.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-2-10
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
1902

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
52 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Staatsliedenbuurt

The Staatsliedenbuurt used to be a neighbourhood where the working classes of Amsterdam lived but that’s changed. Nowadays many students and creative artist live in this part of Amsterdam. The neighbourhood has a relatively high educational level and there is a strong interest in culture and art. The neighbourhood is renovated with preservation of character which led to a neighbourhood with their inhabitants as their strenght. More than ninety different cultures live in this area of Amsterdam. The ‘Westergasfabriek’ is the neighbourhood’s biggest cultural tourist spot and the pride of the Staatsliedenbuurt.

Fannius Scholtenstraat 9 B 1051ES Amsterdam

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