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Frans van Mierisstraat 47 C 1071RK Amsterdam

Asking price € 975.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
93 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Living in one of the nicest neighborhoods and most beautiful streets of Amsterdam South, with all comforts including a LIFT(!) In this fully renovated, monumental building in the better part of the Frans van Mierisstraat, the second floor is available. The building has been completely renovated and the foundation has been completely renewed.

The above average wide building also has an above average ceiling height. This three bedroom apartment is top and finished with a luxury kitchen, wide strips of parquet flooring, several closets, sleek bathroom and double glazing all around. In addition, the 'look & feel' is tailored to the atmosphere of the building and the time it was originally built. In short: it is right.

The building has a spacious central entrance due to the merged entrances. From the central hall you can use the elevator, only operated with your own "unique" key, directly to your floor. On the second floor, the elevator door opens and you are in your home. How chic is that! Of course you can also use the stylish staircase.

The apartment of approximately 95m² has a living room with a semi-open kitchen at the front. You enter this L-shaped room through double classic wooden doors with glass. The front facade with four windows and French doors to a French balcony attract attention. By using a built-in cabinet as a partial partition, the complete modern kitchen with all the usual appliances is ingeniously and conveniently hidden from view, but still very close to the living room. This in light colors executed kitchen is in an L-shape and goes smoothly into the entire living room. Back to the facade. You will find new windows and frames, all with insulated glazing and stained glass (also insulated) top windows. The ceiling height of more than about 3.15m and doors of 2.31m with the width of 7.75m provide a feeling of richness and space.

There are two bedrooms, both located at the rear. The master bedroom has French doors to the south-facing balcony where the green, friendly appearance of the sedum on outbuildings and landscaped gardens is striking. The neighbors across the street are at a suitable distance and there are no tall trees that take away the view, light or sun. The second bedroom in the extension of the building is a practical work / study room.

There is a spacious separate toilet, and a storage room with the technical installations (anno 2010) and space for washing machine and dryer. The bathroom is complete, sleek and matching the quality and appearance of the house and property. The property has a new foundation in 2010. The house is surrounded by new window frames and windows with double HR + + glass. All internal doors are approximately 2.31 m high and it concerns here in almost all cases the original doors which have been fully restored. The floors (magnesite) and ceilings are each separately insulated. Because of the method of insulation, the floor is also pretty even. For the purpose of good water pressure, a hydrophore is installed. All rooms are equipped with data and telecommunications connections. The partition walls and ceilings are completely new and insulated. The facades and walls of the house are also largely insulated. Of the shell, the roofing, gutters (zinc), slabs, grouting, chimneys, balconies,
balcony railings, balcony construction completely new.

The service costs of approximately € 160.00 per month are therefore more than sufficient to cover the planned updating of the good condition of the property. The association consists of four members, is registered with the Chamber of Commerce and functions very well. A comfortable and pleasant home for 'young and old' in a good location for optimal living in Amsterdam!
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-25
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
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
93 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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