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Frederik Hendrikstraat 99 III 1052HM Amsterdam

Year of construction
1904
Floor space
140 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

A centrally located, spacious and charming double upstairs apartment (approx. 140 m²) in the popular Frederik Hendrik neighborhood nearby De Jordaan. The bright top floor apartment with high ceilings and authentic features has 2 balconies and a nice roof terrace with great views of the city. The apartment is divided into a living floor and a sleeping floor with 3 bedrooms.

Striking are the characteristic details, such as the many stained glass, the black fireplace, the en-suite doors and the beams in sight. The windows and ceiling height give the living floor grandeur.

Layout:
The shared staircase leads to the second floor where the entrance is.

2nd floor:
Entrance and wardrobe possibility.

3th floor:
Landing with a floating toilet with fountain on one side and a deep storage cabinet opposite. Access to the living room en-suite. Light and space are the keywords of this floor.

At the front is the living room with a built-in bookcase. You will also find two patio doors to the French balcony and windows with partly stained glass.

The living area can be closed with stained glass sliding doors.

The open, hand-made, large corner kitchen has a black hard stone counter top and is equipped with a sink with brass taps. The equipment, a 6 burner stove with 2 ovens, stainless steel extractor hood, dishwasher, microwave are from SMEG. In the corner is the separate fridge-freezer combination.

The spacious dining room with two closets is large enough to accommodate a table for 8 people and has French doors to the balcony. The balcony is located over the entire width of the apartment and faces east with lots of sun in the morning. You have a view of the Westertoren.

The whole is provided with white painted wooden floorboards.

4th floor:
Landing with access to all rooms. The greatest bedroom (approx. 1.94 m high) with carpet is located at the quiet rear. You can sleep here with an open window.

The neat tiled bathroom has a bath, walk-in shower, double sink, storage cupboard and a washing machine connection. The large skylight in the ceiling gives a magnificent view of the starry sky. Separate toilet.

At the front is also a large bedroom, currently used as a work and guest room. The 3rd bedroom could be a very good nursery or laundry room.

Roof terrace:
The staircase on the landing of the 4th floor provides access to the spacious roof terrace of approx. 22 m² where you have sun throughout the day. The roof terrace has a roof house and there is a water connection.

There is an active HOA (VvE) which is managed by the joint owners. In August the front and back of the entire building will be painted, and the fencing of the balconies at the back will be replaced.

The perpetual lease application was filed in 2019, resulting in a provisional annual ground rent of € 1,513 as of February 16, 2026. It is also possible to buy off the lease perpetually.

Particularities:
- Built around 1904
- In accordance with NEN2580, the house is approx. 120 m². The bedroom of about 20 m² is in accordance with
NEN2580 officially not counted as living space due to the approx. 1.94 m headroom
- The annual ground lease is € 90,39 per year and runs until 2026, AB 2000
- Attractive layout with en-suite doors and many stained glass windows
- Very light and spacious living floor with lots of light throughout the day
- Wooden floorboards on the 3rd floor as well as the 4th floor
- Double glazing everywhere in wooden frames, except in the stained glass windows
- New ATAG central heating boiler (2020)
- Balcony at the dining room and a French balcony at the front
- Spacious roof terrace (with permit) with unobstructed view of the city
- Next to Albert Heijn and within walking distance of Dirk van den Broek
- Small-scale VvE (4 apartment rights)
- Service costs € 150 per month
- Parking according to West 7-4 permit system
- Delivery fall, November 2020
- Project notary will be Abma Schreurs Notaries

The Frederik Hendrikstraat is part of the “green space ” between the Frederik Hendrikplantsoen and the Vondelpark, which the municipality has labeled as such. The street is currently completely being redesigned with more space for pedestrians and more greenery.

Surroundings:
The apartment is located in one of the nicest locations in Amsterdam. A stone's throw from the Jordaan, Oud West and Westerpark, and with an abundance of wonderful shops, caterers, specialty shops, coffee bars, cafes, restaurants and other facilities around the corner. For daily grocery shopping you can go to the neighbor, Albert Heijn or Dirk van den Broek within walking distance. There are many hotspots in the area, such as boutiqe hotel Morgan & Mees, the Westerpark, Café Restaurant Amsterdam and De Hallen where you can eat, shop or go to the movies. There are plenty of schools and nurseries within walking and cycling distance.

Easily accessible, less than 5 minutes by car from the A10 ring road, lots of parking and no waiting list (June 2020) for a permit. The public transport connection is excellent; tram 3 and 17 stop practically in front of the door, as well as bus lines 170, 172, 18 and 80.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-20
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1904

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
140 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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MVA neighbourhood information: Frederik Hendrikbuurt

The Frederik Hendrikbuurt was built in the 19th century and lies between the Singelgracht and the Kostverlorenvaart. The inhabitants like this area of Amsterdam because of all the facilities it has to offer. On of those facilities is the Molen de Otter is a beautiful piece of historic heritage which is sustained by the perseverance of local inhabitants. The shopping area of this neighbourhood is called Hugo de Grootbuurt, there is a plaza with hospitality and many specialized shops. The inhabitants are diverse in terms of ethics as well as their income.

Frederik Hendrikstraat 99 III 1052HM Amsterdam

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