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Frans van Mierisstraat 131 III 1071RR Amsterdam

Year of construction
-1906
Floor space
97 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Another beautiful property developed by SPRE Amsterdam, these two high-end renovated apartments in a beautiful, extra wide building in the Amsterdam Oud Zuid neighbourhood. This apartment (97 m²) is located on the third floor and features an balcony. The apartment’s highlights include the luxury detailing, beautiful light plan, first-class materials used, and high ceilings.

LAYOUT
The spacious stairwell leads up to the entrance on the third floor. Hall, storage closet, separate toilet and first bedroom are at the back. Adjoining this bedroom is the luxury bathroom with walk-in rain shower and hand shower, double vanity with built-in Hansgrohe taps, Villeroy & Boch bath with integrated water supply, and toilet. There is a separate closet for your washing machine and dryer in the hall.
The stunning steel-framed doors lead into the spacious living room that runs from the front to the back of the building and features a luxurious open-plan kitchen with a range of built-in appliances, including a Bora hob with downdraft extractor, Quooker boiling water tap, Siemens (steam) oven with grill, wine climate cabinet, etc. At the back is the door to the sunny, south-facing balcony. The large second bedroom overlooks the street and can easily be split up into two bedrooms/rooms; the preparatory work for this has already been done.

There is beautiful wood parquet flooring (Hungarian point-laid) finished with Skylt varnish and underfloor heating throughout the apartment.

LOCATION
The apartment is right around the corner from Museumplein square, Van Baerlestraat and the Pijp area but is still remarkably quiet, making for a pleasant residence in a very central spot in Amsterdam Zuid. Here, you will find Renzo’s Delicatessen, The Seafood Bar, and Entrecote et les Dames, among many other cafés and restaurants. The high-end shopping streets P.C. Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat are just a stone’s throw away. Vondelpark is a short walk for leisure activities and Amsterdam’s beautiful canals are easily reached as well.

DETAILS
- Usable floor area 97 m² and balcony 5 m² (NEN2580)
- Freehold property
- High-end renovation
- New window frames with HR++-rated glazing
- Ceilings and floors have been insulated
- A gas fireplace can be installed; channel is suitable
- New Intergas central heating boiler CW5
- Finishing schedule available from estate agent
- VvE (homeowners’ association) with four members
- The fourth-floor apartment is currently being renovated, after which the stairwell will be updated to match the apartments
- Delivery in consultation, available in the short term if desired

DISCLAIMER
This information has been compiled by us with the necessary care. However, on our part no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, nor the consequences thereof. The buyer has his or her own obligation to investigate all matters that are of importance to him/her. With regard to this property the broker is an advisor to the seller. We advise you to employ an expert (NVM) broker who guides you during the purchase process. If you have specific wishes with regard to the property, we advise you to make this known to your purchasing broker in good time and to do research (or have research done) independently. If you do not employ an expert representative, you, according to the law, consider yourself competent enough to be able to oversee all matters that are of importance. The terms and conditions of the NVM apply.

NEN CLAUSE
The usable area is calculated in accordance with the industry adopted NEN 2580 standard. Therefore, the surface can deviate from similar properties and/or old references. This has mainly to do with this (new) calculation method. Buyer declares to have been sufficiently informed about the aforementioned standards. The seller and his broker will do their utmost to calculate the right surface area and content based on their own measurements and support this as much as possible by placing floor plans with dimensions. In the unlikely event that the dimensions are not (completely) determined in accordance with the standards, this is accepted by the buyer. The buyer has been given sufficient opportunity to check the dimensions themselves or have them checked. Differences in the specified size do not give any of the parties any right, nor can they be used to discuss an adjustment of the purchase price. The seller and his broker do not accept any liability in this.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-12-23
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
-1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
97 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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