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Hembrugstraat 3 III 1013WV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
46 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

For sale: bright and modern apartment (46 m2) with sunny balcony and the possibility to add a roof terrace, located on the corner of Hembrugstraat and Spaarndammerdijk and overlooking the recently built Houthavens.

Spaarndammerbuurt is a unique area, built in the beautiful Amsterdamse School architecture and with lots of courtyards, charming vistas, trendy bars and restaurants (including Compartir, De Walvis, Pontsteiger, Freud, Bar Mick, De Pizzabakkers, Karaat and Dignitá), unique shops and the new Houthaven area.

Haarlemmerstraat and De Jordaan are literally around the corner.

Westerpark is in close proximity of the property, as are lots of sports facilities, including Het Brediusbad swimming pool, yoga and gym High Studio's.

There is paid parking in front of the apartment complex; you can also apply for a residence parking permit. The area is in easily accessible by car via the A10/A5 motorways and has good public transport links; the bus stops on the corner of the street takes you Central Station or Sloterdijk station in no time. These stations are also within easy biking distance. The new Spaarndammertunnel has greatly reduced traffic in the streets, transforming Spaarndammerbuurt into a low-traffic neighbourhood.

LAYOUT:
Ground floor: Secure communal entrance area with doorbells and letter boxes, broad stairwell.
Third floor: Entrance apartment, hall, meter cupboard, bathroom with bathtub, washbasin, toilet, radiator and ventilation, access to the large bedroom via the walk-in closet, located at the front of the property and en-suite doors to the living room, open-plan kitchen with fitted kitchen appliances; the kitchen and living room have French doors to the balcony. The cupboard on the balcony houses the central heating system (Remeha, 2018). The washing machine connection is located in the kitchen.

The apartment was renovated to a high finish approximately 10 years ago. The kitchen was recently modernised, during which a tailor-made kitchen was installed, including a luxurious and practical Corian worktop and backsplash and fitted Bosch kitchen appliances, including a dishwasher, a fridge-freezer, an induction cooker, a circulation extractor hood, a steam oven and a second oven (self-cleaning), Kitchen cupboards, drawers and a pull-out pantry storage. There is also space enough for a washing machine.

A wall has been created in the living room, offering lots of storage space. This white floor-to-ceiling wall has high cupboard doors. The current owners have also added curtains which you can use to separate the kitchen from the living room or the living room from the hall.

The property has neat wooden flooring throughout, which was laid with the appropriate floor insulation.

Outdoor area
Both the kitchen and the living room have access to the south-east facing balcony which runs along the full width of the property. The balcony is a great area to sit and enjoy the sun and offers a great view of the green courtyard garden. The garden is only accessible for residents. You can also chill out in your hammock on the balcony, the hooks are already there. The balcony cupboard houses the central heating system.

Due to the flat roof and the permission included in the deed of partition it is possible to add a roof terrace, provided the new owner applies for planning permission from the Municipality of Amsterdam.
Various artist impressions have been drawn up which include the roof terrace and alternative layout options with an additional room.

Owners’ Association and service fees
The Owners’ Association has 8 members and € 13,000 in the bank; a multi-annual maintenance plan has been drawn up.
The digital Owners’ Association documentation can be requested by email. The monthly service fee amounts to € 95.
The Owners’ Association is active and the members are in good contact with each other.

Land ownership
The apartment is situated on leasehold land owned by the Municipality of Amsterdam.
The 1994 General Provisions apply, the current period ends in 2048.
The annual ground rent until 2023 amounts to € 433,08.
The ground rent is subject to indexation every five years until 2048.
The sellers have applied for a switch to perpetual ground lease in 2019 under favourable conditions.
The switch (buy-off or fixed annual ground rent) to perpetual ground lease is transferable to the new owner.

Energy (EPA)
The seller will provide an energy label C once the sale is concluded.

Moveable objects
As stated on the list of items completed by the vendor.

Specifics:
Possibility to create your own roof terrace, see the enclosed photos for an impression of how a roof terrace could look like. The access to the roof terrace is best realised by extending the current stairs, which would also involve the extension of the stairwell.

Delivery and specifics:
Delivery in consultation.
An old-age clause shall be included in the deed of purchase on behalf of the selling party.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-28
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
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
46 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Spaarndammer- en Zeeheldenbuurt

The Spaarndammerbuurt originates from the 19th century and is originally a real Amsterdam neighbourhood. Recently the area underwent a real transformation. A big part of the neighbourhood is renovated and several streets, plaza’s and gardens were re-organized. The North side of this neighbourhood is more residential area and in the future this will expand in the direction of the IJ.

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