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Hoofdweg 367 1 1056CP Amsterdam

Asking price € 325.000 

Year of construction
1927
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Really worth a visit, we dare to say that without a doubt about this characteristic 2-room apartment (approx. 56mē), located on the 1st floor with a west-facing balcony.

In addition, the location is perfect. The apartment is located on the popular Hoofdweg on the edge of Oud-West and the Baarsjes. The level of facilities is very good. In the neighborhood you will find, among other things, the cozy Ten Kate market and cultural center 'de Hallen', the hip Jan Pieter Heijestraat and various supermarkets, cafes and restaurants. The nearby Erasmusgracht has recently been redesigned green. In addition to this, you will find the nearby Erasmus Park, Vondelpark and Rembrandt Park. There is parking in front of the door (permit) and there are several roads in the area (A4, A9, A10). With tram lines 7, 14 and 17, accessibility is excellent (both for the center and for Schiphol).

Layout:
Entrance into the common hall; you reach the 1st floor via the stairwell. Entrance apartment in the hall. The hall is the distribution key to all rooms: the living room, the bathroom, the kitchen and the bedroom at the rear. The closed kitchen is bare, here you can place the kitchen of your dreams. The kitchen is located at the rear of the apartment, has a pleasant view and gives access to the balcony facing west. The bathroom is fully tiled and has a: walk-in shower, sink and toilet. Then the living room, which is spacious, with a view over the Hoofdweg and has many windows. Thanks to its favorable location, you get a lot of natural light here. From the hall you have access to the bedroom, located at the rear of the apartment.

Balcony:
The house has a spacious balcony located on the west.

Storage:
This is a (private) large storage room located on the attic floor (approx. 4mē).

Characteristics:
- apartment on the 1st floor;
- year of construction 1927;
- living area approximately 56mē;
- 2 rooms;
- Intergas HR CV combi boiler;
- energy label D 25-03-2025.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-5-27
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
1927

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
56 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Van Galenbuurt

The Jan van Galenstraat is the main street within the van Galenbuurt and the connection between Nieuw West and Amsterdam Centrum. The street got its name in 1925 and was named after the Dutch fleet Jan van Galen. The area has Food Center Amsterdam, Erasmuspark and Sportpark Jan van Galen at walking distance.

Hoofdweg 367 1 1056CP Amsterdam

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