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Hoofdweg 313 3 1056CM Amsterdam

Year of construction
1927
Floor space
55 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

Attractive 3-room home in a well-maintained 1930s building, designed by Berlage! The apartment has 2 bedrooms at the rear which have access to the balcony. In the living room, a unique seat has been created that overlooks the Mercatorplein!

In the spring, the current owners took part in a balcony competition for Amsterdam West and they won the prize of “most beautiful small balcony”!

ENVIRONMENT AND ACCESSIBILITY
The Mercatorplein was thoroughly renovated a number of years ago and is a cozy and lively square. There is a great diversity of shops and catering establishments around the Jan Evertsenstraat; a good nut farmer, fishmonger, butcher and baker, but also many nice trendy shops. Café Frits, Buurman & Buurman, Zurich, Cook, Bar Baarsch or Radijs; no other neighbourhood has so many nice restaurants within walking distance! You can of course also do your daily shopping in the area.

The Rembrandtpark is the ideal place for recreation and relaxation. This city park has large lawns, ponds, bridges and beautiful works of art. There is also a pony shed, a petting zoo and school gardens in the park. The Erasmus Park with the cosy Terrasmus is within walking distance and the Vondelpark is less than 10 minutes away by bike. But for a relaxed evening you can of course also enjoy the evening sun at home, on your spacious balcony!

There are excellent public transport connections around the apartment! Various tram and bus connections stop just around the corner or in front of the door. In addition, it is easily accessible by car; various roads, such as the A-10 ring road, are accessible with a few minutes by car. There is plenty of parking space in front of the door for a fee. The current wait time for obtaining a parking permit is about four months.

LAYOUT
You can reach the home on the third floor through a common staircase. The living and dining room can be reached from the hall. Because the home is a corner home, a unique seating area has been created here where you look out over the lively Mercatorplein, Hoofdweg and Jan Evertsenstraat. The 2 bedrooms are located at the rear and both have access to the balcony. The kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner gas stove, oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer.
The bathroom has a toilet, shower with sliding door and sink.
There is a storage room with washing machine connection in the hall.

There is also a storage room of almost 8m2 on the fourth floor.

FEATURES
- Hoofdweg 313 to 319 was designed by architect Berlage and is therefore a national monument.
- Unique seat with a view over Mercatorplein
- 2 bedrooms
- Balcony at the rear
- Annual lease payments bought off 15-01-2064, transfer request has been made
- Professional Homeowners’ Association
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-12-6
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
1927

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
55 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Hoofdweg 313 3 1056CM Amsterdam

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