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Unique mansion build in 1934, renovated in 2009 while retaining its original character, with a total living area of 189m2, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a lovely front and back garden located on the quiet and child-friendly Holbeinstraat.
This street is located near Stadionkade, the popular Zuidas and the cozy Beethovenstraat with offers a wide range for daily shopping, a varied range of restaurants and bars and a library. In the immediate vicinity there are various nurseries, primary and secondary schools.
The Beatrix Park is a stone's throw away. Here you can relax and enjoy a green and water-rich park. A boat can possibly be kept in the Zuider-Amstel Canal.
Within walking distance there are plenty of public transport options (tram 5 and 24, bus 65 and NS station Zuid / WTC) to Center Amsterdam, Amstelveen and various other cities. Roads S108 and S109 provide access to the A10 ring road.
Schiphol can be reached within 10 minutes.
Through the front garden (facing west) you reach the front door of the house. The spacious hall, with characteristic marble wall plates from the 1930s and various stained-glass ornaments, gives access to the spacious living room en-suite with original stained-glass sliding doors. The sitting room is located at the front of the house and through the bay window there is a view on to the front garden and the street. The dining room is located at the rear and gives access to the spacious backyard (French doors). The floor in the hall, sitting room and dining room all have an unpainted oak herringbone floor. The dining room is directy facing the modern open kitchen. The kitchen with stainless steel worktop and gray cupboards is equipped with built-in appliances. The kitchen was enlarged and build in 2009 and there is a diagonal view from the extension to the inner gardens.
The sunny backyard measures an area ofapproximately 86m2 and is located on the east. The garden is accessible from the living room and the kitchen and has a wooden shed.
You reach the first floor through the characteristic staircase with stained glass dome. There are three rooms on this floor. At the front, with beautiful street view, is now a very spacious office / study room (with bay window). However, this room can also be used as a bedroom or even divided into two rooms. The master bedroom is located at the rear and has access to the east-facing balcony and the en-suite bathroom. The bathroom is modernly equipped and a bath, a walk-in shower and a modern washbasin with double sinks and taps are installed. The third room (also with balcony) is currently in use as a walk-in closet. There is a separate toilet on the landing. All rooms are carpeted.
The second floor offers two spacious bedrooms with practical fitted wardrobes. The rooms are light because there are dormer windows at the front and rear of the house. The bathroom on this floor is equipped with two sinks, a shower, a toilet and the connections for the washing machine and dryer.
The basement is accessible from the central hall located on the ground floor. The basement is approximately 11 meters long and 2.2 wide. There is a good headroom in the basement. This may offer opportunities to use the cellar in a different way. The basement is currently divided into three compartments and serves as a storage room and offers space for the central heating system.
Consult the map for an impression of the layout!
Garden and balcony
The house has three outdoor spaces. A lovely west-facing front garden with an area of 38m2. A spacious backyard, accessible from the kitchen and dining room, with an area of approximately 86m2. In the backyard there is also a wooden shed in the style of the inner gardens. A balcony on the first floor is facing east.
The mansion is owned by the municipality of Amsterdam, the general provisions of continuous leasehold from 2000 are applicable. The ground rent (which is indexed every year) currently stands at € 4.271.27 for the current continuous period ending in 2055. The current continuing period runs until April 15th, 2055.
The application for a switch to perpetual leasehold has been submitted in time on the basis of the favorable conditions of 2019. The offer has also been received and on that basis the annual perpetual annual ground lease (after 2055) amounts to € 8.586.69 excluding annual inflation. The buyer can optionally also choose to buy off the perpetual leasehold before after 2055. The payment then is € 140.794 euro.
No rights can be derived from these amounts. The buyer can request the broker for all further information.
When selling, the seller hands over an energy label with letter C.
Parking is available in front of the house or in the surrounding streets. Residents are eligible for a parking permit. For more information, we refer to the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.
A suitable date for transfer is agreed in consultation between sellers and buyers.
Conditions of sale
On behalf of the seller, an old age clause is included in the purchase deed.
- living area 189 m2;
- renovated while retaining character, all done in 2009;
- front garden, backyard and balcony;
- large backyard with east location (SUNNY);
- located on leasehold land, transfer request has been submitted on time;
- delivery in consultation;
- child-friendly neighborhood, centrally located;
- close to shops, restaurants and primary and secondary schools.
This information has been compiled by us with due care. However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative. The buyer / tenant has his own duty to investigate all matters that are important to him or her. The real estate agent is an advisor to the seller / landlord with regard to this property. We advise you to engage an expert (NVM) broker who will guide you through the purchase / hiring process. If you have specific wishes regarding the property, we advise you to make these known to your purchasing / tending broker in good time and to conduct an independent investigation into this. If you do not engage an expert representative, you consider yourself expert enough by law to be able to oversee all matters of importance.
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