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Hogeweg 130 - HS 1098CL Amsterdam

Year of construction
1930
Floor space
181 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

The 'Chocolaterie' as your home.
Three-storey family house with garden on the southwest. Total approx 181 m2.

5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large kitchen/dining room and sitting room with access to a balcony and the garden. Located at the end of the Hogeweg with a broad sidewalk and offering a view on the green Ringdijk.

Layout:
Ground floor:
The front door opens into the former Chocolaterie, which currently is a spacious living kitchen / dining room. The kitchen has the original granite floor and shop window. En suite, next to the kitchen, you'll find the living room which gives entrance to the balcony. This floor has a seperate toilet and hallway used as a vestaire. The ground floor is spacious, bright and has heigh ceilings.

Souterrain:
Two large bedrooms, one of which is used as a work space. This room has built-in closets and leads to the garden on the southwest of approx 42 m2.
This floor has a modern bathroom with toilet and shower. The hallway makes clever use as laundry room and storage room. The souterrain has a trani-floor with underfloor heating.

First floor:
Three bedrooms: two large and one small. A modern bathroom with bath, walk-in shower and toilet. The second floor has a solid wooden floor.
Balcony facing southwest.

Location:
This property is located in 'The Watergraafsmeer' a very child-friendly neighbourhood in the east of the city.
There is a varied offer of cozy and good restaurants, terraces and shops. Shopping can be done in the
shopping centre Oostpoort or the immediate area around the Middenweg and Linnaeusstraat. In the immediate vicinity are excellent schools, playgrounds, sports parks, Jaap Eden ice rink, Flevopark and Park Frankendael.
The Royal Institute for the Tropics is within cycling distance, as is the Amsterdam Science Park.

The Watergraafsmeer is the most popular residential area for families in Amsterdam.

Accessibility:
NS railway stations: Amstel, Muiderpoort, Science Park within walking distance or quickly accessible by bicycle.
On the Middenweg you will find several tram and bus stops, such as tram 19 and bus lines 41 and N87.

The A10 city ring / highway is located at the end of the Middenweg or accessible via the Gooiseweg with
direct connections to the national road network.

The city lies at your feet by bike.

Maintenance:
The owners' association consists of two members, who meet ad hoc in consultation
and make the necessary decisions. The property's facade and roof were renovated (including restoration of the brickwork, cleaning and impregnation) in 2019, the woodwork painted The balconies on the garden side of the upper stories have been renovated in 2019.

In summary
Very spacious 3-storey (lower) house approx 181 m2
5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
southwest facing garden
Good indoor and outdoor maintenance
Continuous leasehold 28 February 2053
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-19
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
181 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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MVA neighbourhood information: Middenmeer

Middenmeer is diverse: the northern part is from the 19th century, the middle part was built during the 1920-1940s and the southern part was realized during 1955 and 1960. Two shopping area can be found within this area. One consists of shops and can be found alongside the Middenweg and the other one is situated on the Christiaan Huygensplein. This neighbourhood is a loved residential area.

Hogeweg 130 - HS 1098CL Amsterdam

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