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Hobbemakade 61 II 1071XL Amsterdam

Asking price € 415.000 

Year of construction
1901
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

On the border of the Pijp and Oud Zuid and in the middle of bustling Amsterdam, this super nice, bright and perfectly arranged 2-room apartment (50 mē) located on its own ground, on the second floor.
The house is located on the water and has a beautiful view over the Hobbemakade! The location is ideal; unobstructed view, shops within walking distance and there are plenty of cozy restaurants and cafes around the corner.
Layout
Second floor; entrance, living room with a lovely adjoining south-west facing balcony at the rear where you can enjoy the sun until late in the evening; open (module) kitchen with all necessary appliances.
The bedroom is located at the rear and consists of a custom-made bed with plenty of storage space and ample space for wardrobes. The bathroom has a shower and toilet. The wonderfully spacious and bright living room extends from the rear all the way to the front where the three large windows offer a fantastic view over the water and the surroundings. On the French balcony with French doors, you can enjoy the surroundings.

Surroundings
The house is located in the cozy neighborhood De Pijp in the South district. As soon as you walk out the door, you will find everything you need: for all your (daily) shopping you can visit the Albert Cuypmarkt, Van Woustraat (including Marqt, Stadsmarkt de Pijp and AH), Ferdinand Bolstraat, Ceintuurbaan and the many small shopping streets in this bustling neighbourhood.
You will not only find all imaginable shops here, but also many good restaurants, cozy (dining) cafes and many well-known hotspots. The house is only a few (cycling) minutes from the Utrechtsestraat, the heart of the Center, Museumplein and the Vondelpark.
Accessibility
There are excellent public transport links; near various tram stops, stops of the North/South line, Amstel station, Rai station and South station. By car you have a quick connection with the A2, A9 and the Ring A10.
Accessibility
The house is very well served by public transport (tram/bus). By car there is a quick connection with the Ring. You can park your car in front of the door. For the waiting time for obtaining a parking permit, we refer you to the website of the Municipality of Amsterdam.

Owners Association
There is an active Owners Association consisting of 5 members. The administration is carried out by a professional party and the monthly service costs are € 100 per month.
A future maintenance plan is available.

Particularities
- Attractive 2-room apartment;
- Located in a prime location in the Pijp;
- 2 balconies (front and rear)
- Own ground;
- Unobstructed view over the Hobbemakade;
- Active and healthy VvE;
- Living area 50mē (NEN2580 measurement report available);
- Easily accessible by car and public transport;
- Delivery in consultation, preferably at the end of October 2021.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-24
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
1901

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
50 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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Hobbemakade 61 II 1071XL Amsterdam

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