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Hartenstraat 5 - B 1016BZ Amsterdam

Year of construction
1644
Floor space
100 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

LIGHT AND CHARMING TWO-STOREY RESIDENCE ON THE UPPER FLOORS 100 M² (GROSS FLOOR AREA 135 M²) WITH A LIGHT OPEN-PLAN KITCHEN AND TWO SPACIOUS BEDROOMS, FREEHOLD ON THE 2ND AND 3RD FLOOR OF A NATIONALLY LISTED BUILDING IN THE DESIRABLE NINE STREETS

This welcoming apartment is situated on the 2nd and 3rd floors of a gorgeous nationally listed building dating from 1644 in one of the most popular (witness the film “Hartenstraat” from 2014, filmed in nos. 3 & n7) and loveliest streets in the city centre.

The property is freehold (which means no ground rent) and the owners’ association consists of three members and is professionally managed. There is a decent balance in he bank account and the monthly service costs amount to € 180.

LAYOUT
The communal staircase takes you to the first floor where the door offering access to this apartment lies, with stairs, which have recently been painted and carpeted, to the second floor.

The spacious living room is on this floor with the living room at the front of the building and the open kitchen at the rear of the property. Three large windows allow a lot of light into the living room, where the original beams have been kept.

The open kitchen, completely renovated in 2015, can be closed off from the living room by means of double doors and is equipped with various built-in appliances that include an induction hob with oven, fridge and Quooker.

The internal staircase in the living room takes you to the bedroom floor where the two spacious bedrooms and the bathroom, renovated in 2018, are to be found. The very generous children’s bedroom lies at the front of the property with custom built cupboards providing a lot of storage space.

The Master Bedroom at the rear of the property is also fitted with custom made wardrobes with drawers, a skylight and an (storage) attic of almost 6 m².

The renovated bathroom is finished with grey floor tiles and white wall tiles and fitted with a bath, toilet, double vanity unit and connections for the washing machine and tumble dryer.

The landing also has a skylight with side windows. The roof structure has been left exposed in both bedrooms, which gives the spaces a characteristic feeling.

LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY
This special apartment is located in the middle of the vibrant city centre of Amsterdam and is part of the famous Nine Street. These streets cover a very lovely shopping area and offer numerous, different and unusual small shops, open-air cafés and restaurants. The Rozengracht with its many shops and Amsterdam’s handsome Westertoren are both located round the corner as well as the Anne Frank house. In addition to the vibrant Jordaan, this part of town also borders on Amsterdam West with its equally wide range of lovely shops, cafés, bars and restaurants (“De Hallen”). You can escape with the kids to the welcoming Bilderdijkpark with its clubhouse, the pleasant children’s farm on the Schimmelstraat which also has a clubhouse, the various play parks in the immediate vicinity and the Vondelpark (within cycling distance). Public transport and various arterial roads are all in the immediate vicinity.

PARKING
There is paid parking on the street (from 9 a.m. until midnight and from noon until midnight on Sunday) and parking under the parking permit system. According to information for the Amsterdam City Council website there is no waiting list for a parking permit (waiting list information as of 13 June 2020, parking permit area Centrum 2 – gebied 1). A resident’s parking permit costs€ 280.88 for six months.

DETAILS
- Gorgeous nationally listed building dating from 1644, freehold;
- Two-storey residence on the upper floors of 100 m²;
- Wooden floorboards in the living room, landing and bedrooms;
- Radiator covers in the living room and open kitchen;
- Kitchen renovated in 2015, bathroom in 2018;
- Original elements such as ceiling beams and roof structure largely exposed;
- Professionally managed owners’ association, monthly service costs € 180;
- Transfer in consultation
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-17
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
1644

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
100 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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