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Frans Halsstraat 33 III 1072BK Amsterdam

Asking price € 525.000 

Year of construction
1875
Floor space
69 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Well-configured 3-room apartment spanning ca. 69 sqm in sought-after De Pijp

The building at Frans Halsstraat 33 was completely renovated in 2002, preserving the original facade. Plumbing, electrics, window frames and the foundation were all renewed. Frans Halsstraat is a quiet, leafy, one-way street at the heart of sought-after De Pijp.

Layout
Central stairwell to the third floor. The living room, with the open-plan kitchen, is almost 6 meters wide, which is quite unique for apartments in De Pijp. Its width, large windows and west-facing positioning lead to an exceptionally bright space. The open-plan kitchen is fitted with a range of appliances. Both bedrooms are at the rear of the building. The master bedroom also opens to the balcony, which spans ca. 7 sqm and faces southeast.
The spacious bathroom is centrally positioned in the apartment. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, shower, toilet and vanity.
There is a guest restroom off the hall.

Area:
De Frans Halsstraat is one of De Pijp's bustling restaurant streets, home to venues such as Restaurant Maris Piper, Van 't Spit and Oeuf.

Various amenities, such as sidewalk cafes, shops and delis are in immediate proximity to the property, and Albert Cuyp market, Marie Heinekenplein, PC Hooftstraat and Museumplein are within easy walking distance.

Public transportation stops are on Ferdinand Bolstraat and Weteringcircuit for tram lines 1, 7, 19 and 24. De Pijp Metro Stop is a few minutes' walking distance away. The apartment is also easily accessible by car via the A10 beltway (exits S100 and S109) and parking is readily available in the Boerenwetering underground parking garage.

Specifications:
• Usable residential floor area approximately 69 sqm
• Freehold property
• Building completely renovated/renewed in 2002
• Renewed foundation
• Ca. 7 sqm southeast-facing balcony
• Double glazing in timber window frames
• Leased central heating unit
• Small HOA (5 members), privately managed by the owners
• Closing upon mutual agreement
• This information was drafted with the utmost care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission or inaccuracy, etcetera nor any consequences related thereto. All measurements and sizes are indicative only.
• The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-3
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
1875

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
69 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Oude Pijp

De Pijp is vibrant and very much on its way up. As can be expected of an area that is centred on the nation’s most famous outdoor market Albert Cuypmarkt, this Amsterdam neighbourhood is famously diverse with over 150 nationalities represented. By the time the NZ-lijn underground metro is finished, De Pijp’s gentrification process should be complete with the always strong student population giving way to yet more families of young creatives and professionals. Albert Cuypmarkt Yes indeed: the Albert Cuypmarkt is not only the ‘kitchen of Amsterdam’ but also the place to witness the city in action. There are also many hidden treats to be discovered: innovative buildings built on the principles of Theosophy.

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