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Henrick de Keijserstraat 25 - 1 1073TG Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
72 m²
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Sunny corner apartment of 71.5 m2 (NEN2580 measurement report available) with a view of the square located in a quiet street in the middle of the Pijp district. The apartment currently has one bedroom; however, a second bedroom could be realised by moving the kitchen. Double glazing throughout the apartment, wooden floors, and the complex was renovated/split into apartments in 2007 and is situated on freehold land.

The well-maintained communal stairway provides access to this first floor apartment. Very light living room with at present an open kitchen, measuring in total 10.73 m long and 4.50 m wide. The kitchen is equipped with Siemens built-in appliances. By turning the kitchen around to the living room, a second bedroom can be created of over 6m2 (see also floor plan with alternative layout). Bathroom with shower and toilet, bedroom and storage cabinet with central heating and ventilation system.

The apartment is located in a quiet street in the popular and trendy Pijp district. It is situated near to the Sarphati Park, the Amstel and the Albert Cuyp Market. When you leave the quiet street, you immediately enter a lively environment with various shops, cafés, bars and restaurants. Something for everyone. An excellent combination of living in a quiet street and enjoying everything that this trendy neighbourhood has to offer. You can access the motorways A-1, A-2 and A-10 from this location within 5 minutes. There are also many public transport options. The Pijp metro station is within 8 minutes walking distance so that Schiphol Airport can be reached within 16 minutes and Amsterdam Noord can be reached in 11 minutes.

Service charges € 117 per month
Owners’ Association (VVE) administration via the Huishouding BV
Multi-year Maintenance Plan is available
Balance maintenance fund as of 06 Feb 2021 is € 154,152
81/2,726Th share
Transfer negotiable
Energy label E valid until 31 Aug 2026
Split into apartments in 2007 with foundation code 2 based on Duyts report
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Henrick de Keijserstraat 25 - 1 1073TG Amsterdam

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