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Gerrit van der Veenstraat 114 II 1077EP Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.420.000 

Year of construction
1928
Floor space
167 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Renovated to a premium standard, a welcoming 166 sqm upper-level home with a private entrance, three good-sized bedrooms and a 63.5 sqm roof deck.
The house is exceptionally bright and features a large kitchen/lounge, an unconventional width and beautiful, spacious dimensions.

Layout:

Stone steps lead to the private entrance on the first floor to the roomy stairwell and spacious hall with a wardrobe area.
Double doors open from the hall to the living space. The sitting area is at the front, at the rear is the luxury, semi-open plan kitchen with a range of appliances and a cozy (peninsula) island.
There is ample space for a large dining table and French doors to the balcony that spans the full width of the apartment.

This level furthermore includes two similar bedrooms/ studies with a connecting bathroom fitted with a shower and sink. There is a separate restroom with a toilet and a washbasin.

3rd floor

Internal stairs to a wide landing with a small pantry for the roof deck. Expansive main bedroom with a connecting bathroom with a double shower, toilet and vanity. This level also includes a large dressing room cum laundry area.
A door from the landing opens to the 63.5 sqm roof deck.

Location:
The property is situated on the redeveloped Gerrit van der Veenstraat. An ideal location relative to amenities including sports fields, lovely cafes and eateries and artisanal shops and a bakery on Olympiaplein.

Within walking distance of Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and Marathonweg, with excellent access to main roads and public transportation options such as Station WTC, and tram stops on Stadionweg.

A family-friendly area with playgrounds and good schools.

Specifications:
166,88 sqm in accordance with NEN 2580
Balcony and roof deck
Double glazing
Two bathrooms
Three bedrooms
Situated in an area designated as a protected cityscape
Quiet location within walking distance of squares and amenities
Ground lease, general terms and conditions from 1994, annual lease of € 2351.65
Application date conversion to new conditions 19-12-2019, favorable conversion conditions are
Long-term maintenance plan effective until 2043
Professionally managed homeowners association (Minerva vastgoedbeheer)
Insulation measures: windows and floors
Fitted wardrobes will be left behind

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-6
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
1928

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
167 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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