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Granidastraat 74 1 1055HP Amsterdam

Year of construction
1931-1944
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Bos en Lommer: Super functional 4 room apartment.
Within walking distance of the Erasmus and Westerpark.

The apartment has a living area of ??59m2 and was largely renovated in a modern way in 2016.

CHARACTERISTICS
Year of manufacture 1941
2 bedrooms, living room and dining room (formerly extra bedroom)
From 7:00 to 14:00 sun on the balcony
Active and healthy VvE
Kitchen, bathroom and toilet renovated in 2016
Close to Westerpark and Erasmus Park
Plastic frames and almost entirely double glazing
Communal courtyard as a viewing garden
Private balcony
Separate private storage room in the basement

The cozy living and dining room is absolutely the central focal point of the house. The apartment is nicely finished and in good condition. There are two bedrooms. There is also a kitchen renovated in 2016 with an adjacent balcony with morning and afternoon sun.

In the storage room in the basement is a separate (bicycle) storage room.

LOCATION
The apartment is located in hip and happening Bos en Lommer. In the West district. In the neighborhood you will find the Erasmus Park, Westerpark, Bos en Lommerplein and Sloterdijk station.

There is a wide range of shops within walking distance. On the Bos en Lommerweg are the Bagels & Beans, Biergrill, Bistro Bos, Podium Mozaiek, an organic supermarket, bakery BREAD, etc. And on the Bos en Lommerplein there is a day market and supermarkets. Also nearby are the Jan Evertsenstraat with the Mercatorplein attached to it with many (dining) cafes and terraces.

The neighborhood is centrally located and has very good connections with public transport, car and bicycle. The Ring A-10 and the A-5 are a few minutes away by car.
Various bus and tram connections are just around the corner and you can reach the center of Amsterdam within 10 minutes by bike.

With plenty of restaurants, eateries, bars and one of the most beautiful parks in the city, you will never be bored in this district of Amsterdam West.

LAYOUT
A map with a layout of the apartment can be found on Funda and on our website.

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via the spacious communal staircase you reach the entrance of the apartment on the first floor. This is formally the second residential floor, the first is a first floor. When you enter the apartment, you walk through the hall to the sunny living and dining room. These rooms have an unobstructed view of the street. The kitchen, renovated in 2016, is a nice addition to the apartment. In addition to built-in appliances, the kitchen also has sufficient cupboard space.

At the back of the apartment are two bedrooms with enough space for a double bed and storage space. Both rooms also have access to the balcony. The balcony is located on the east and offers a nice green view of the communal courtyard. The bathroom was completely renovated in 2016 and has a spacious walk-in shower and sink. The separate toilet, like the bathroom, has been renovated in the same practical but modern style.

The apartment has a sleek laminate floor.

Downstairs in the basement is the large storage room.

Living area is 59 m2 and the outdoor area is 6 m2. Measurement report available.

OWNERSHIP SITUATION OF LAND
This is on leasehold, bought off until December 30, 2052. The current owner has applied for a switch to perpetual leasehold before January 8, 2020, so with the favorable financial conditions.

OWNERS ASSOCIATION
The apartment is part of an active VvE with an external manager. It is served annually for future maintenance, there is an MJOP and bylaws. So well arranged.

The complex was split into apartment rights in 2003.
The service costs are € 117.50 per month.

This application has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-23
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment block with porches
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931-1944

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
59 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Landlust

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Granidastraat 74 1 1055HP Amsterdam

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