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Hoofdweg 342 H 1056DB Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
77 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

In the lively and popular West district - De Baarsjes - characteristic, tasteful and lovingly maintained and furnished apartment.

With a lovely garden that feels like an oasis of peace in the middle of the city!

Characteristics:
Year of construction around +/- 1929.
Well maintained inside and out.
Fully equipped with wooden frames with double glazing.
Peaceful garden with privacy.
Front garden with also space to park your bicycle.
Small decisive VvE with four members.
Facade of the famous architect Hendrik Wijdeveld.
Municipal monument.
High ceilings of over 2.80 give a spatial effect.
With the original garden doors to the conservatory.
Conservatory built in 2015 with permission VvE and this is under construction.

Leasehold without annual canon payment. The application regarding the switch to perpetual ground lease was made in 2019.

An attractive apartment with a conservatory and a garden that feels like an oasis of tranquility with lots of privacy. Truly unique! The apartment is furnished with care, oak wooden floor and the bare wooden frames give a warm atmosphere, especially in combination with the yellow stained glass windows above the doors to the front room and the hallway. The spacious living room offers space for, among other things, a cozy large sitting area, dining area and kitchen. In addition, the apartment is finished with classic radiators.

The location is perfect. The Rembrandtpark is your backyard and the Erasmuspark is also nearby. You are close to Mercatorplein with all its advantages.

Lots to do in the immediate vicinity, from vintage shops to tea bars, cozy coffee spots and nice restaurants. Local shops and supermarkets. And of course well-known hotspots such as Bartack, Rembrandt's Living Room, Café Zurich, Café Frits, TONTON, De School, Pinks bakery, etc. All within walking distance of the apartment.

The Hallen, Overtoom and Kinkerbuurt are quickly accessible by bicycle. The house is easily accessible by public transport, bus and tram around the corner. Centrally located to Lelylaan, South and Sloterdijk. And you can easily get in and out of the city by car and you can easily park nearby or in the parking garage at Mercatorplein. You can reach the Jordaan within 10 minutes by bike and a little further in the center of Amsterdam.

A very popular living environment for a reason!

Layout:

Entrance
You enter through your own front door in the hall and you walk straight into the oasis of peace. Here is the kitchen, dining room and living room with the bedrooms and bathroom on the right.

Kitchen and living room
The kitchen and living room are located in the middle of the house and form the connection between the hall, the conservatory and the garden. The oak wooden floors provide a warm and authentic atmosphere. There is also enough space for a 6-person dining table and a trendy functional kitchen. Different materials and textures make this large space very playful but also atmospheric at the same time.

Conservatory/construction
The conservatory, which was added in 2015, provides plenty of natural light and extra space. The black aluminum frames also give the apartment a modern twist and access to the garden.

Bedrooms
The main bedroom is spacious enough for a double bed and has space for a wardrobe. The interior of the living room and kitchen has also been attractively extended in this room.
The second bedroom is at the rear, adjacent to the conservatory/extension. This room now functions as a spacious walk-in closet, but can also be used as a bedroom, guest room or office.

Bathroom and toilet
The anthracite Slate look on the wall and floor provides a nice and sturdy whole in the bathroom. The bathroom is equipped with a large walk-in shower (deposit and hand shower head), sink and toilet.

Living space and storage room
The living area is 77 m2 and the external storage room in the garden is 5 m2. Measurement report is available.

Ownership situation land
The apartment is on Vicarie ground; that is leasehold land that used to be owned by the church. The ground rent is 0.1 euros per year. The municipality takes over this land on long lease in accordance with the general provisions of the municipality. The application to switch AB 2016 with perpetual commutation or fixed ground rent was made in 2019. The municipality processes this manually and this application can be transferred to the new owner.

Owners Association
The apartment is part of an active VvE that consists of four members. The members have good contact with each other and a multi-year maintenance plan has recently been drawn up. The service costs are € 100 per month.

This apartment has an own website: hoofdweg342h.nl

This application has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-3
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
77 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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