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Gerrit van der Veenstraat 113 2 1077DV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1928
Floor space
205 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

Gerrit van der Veenstraat 113 II, 1077 DV Amsterdam

This three-floor upstairs apartment (205 m2) has been renovated to a high standard, has a sunny, south-facing roof terrace and its own separate entrance on the ground floor and is located in one of the most beautiful streets in Amsterdam Zuid. The apartment is very spacious and bright and has five bedrooms. The best, most high-quality materials have been used throughout. For example, a beautiful herringbone parquet floor, extra-high solid doors, a detailed lighting plan (controlled via iPad or iPhone), a fireplace and luxury bathrooms.

Accessibility:
The Beethovenstraat and the Cornelis Schuytstraat are within walking distance. The apartment has excellent public transport links (including trams 5 and 24 and buses 170 and 172). Station-Zuid WTC is very close by. The apartment is very easy to reach via the A10 ring road too.

Layout:
Ground floor:
The apartment has its own entrance on this floor.

Second floor:
The very spacious living room on this floor has the added benefit of a south-facing balcony at the back. At the front of the apartment, steel doors open into a separate room. The apartment’s kitchen is situated to the back of this floor and comes complete with an extensive range of built-in appliances. The landing gives access to a separate toilet and an attractive built-in coat closet.

Third floor:
Two large and two small bedrooms can be found at the front and back of the apartment on this floor. They are served by a very luxurious bathroom, which is located at the heart of this floor and has a lovely free-standing bath, a large walk-in shower and a well-proportioned vanity unit; a separate toilet can be accessed from the landing. There is another balcony to the back of this floor.

Fourth floor:
The stunning master bedroom on this floor has exposed timbers and a very luxurious bathroom with a free-standing bath, a shower and a double vanity unit. The landing gives access to the apartment’s sunny, south-facing roof terrace, has a connection for a washing machine and is also where the central heating system has been installed. A separate toilet is available on this floor too.

Gerrit van der Veenstraat:
Gerrit Jan van der Veen (1902-1944) was a sculptor by profession and a well-known resistance fighter in the Second World War (source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam).

Details:
Apartment right, 205m² (NEN measurement report available)
Renovated to a very high standard
A well-maintained roof terrace of approx. 24 m²
Municipal long-term lease: bought out until 15-01-2052
Listed building
Own entrance on the ground floor
Active owners’ association, managed professionally by Ter Linden en Heijer
A long-term maintenance plan is available
Service charges: € 294.35 per month
Central heating system
Transfer date in consultation
Parking arranged via the Amsterdam permit system; two permits are possible to obtain immediately without the inconvenience of a waiting list
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-6-26
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
1928

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
205 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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