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Hoofdweg 391 - III 1056CS Amsterdam

Asking price € 310.000 k.k.

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

** Due to the coronavirus we only view 1 to 1 **

Spacious upstairs apartment of approx. 56 m with balcony, on the Hoofdweg in Amsterdam, will now be available for sale!

This former social rental home can still be completely arranged according to your own taste and finish. For example, the buyer can still lay his own floor and the kitchen can still be decorated according to his own idea. The house now has 1 bedroom at the rear and a spacious living room at the front. Both the kitchen and the bedroom have access to the balcony which is located on the west. On the attic floor is a storage room.

Neighborhood
The De baarsjes district has changed over the years into a sought-after part of Amsterdam. There are more and more nice catering establishments and boutiques. For your daily shopping you can visit the trendy Jan Eef (with an AH XL), the Ten Kate market and the Kinkerstraat. For green areas, the Rembrandtpark and Erasmuspark are close by. Tram 13 and bus 18 almost stop in front of the door and take you to Central Station in 15 minutes.

VvE & leasehold
The house is part of an active VvE. The monthly service costs are 116,94 and include a contribution for the home insurance and savings for future maintenance. The administration is provided by VvE Beheer Amsterdam. Relevant documents are available on request.
The house is located on municipal leasehold land. The canon has been paid in advance until 01-02-2053. The General Leasehold Provisions of the year 2000 apply to this right.

Technical installations
Heating and hot water supply through its own boiler.

Particularities
- NEN2580 measurement certificate available
- Transfer in 2020
- 2-room apartment of 56 m
- Permanent project notary; Notary office Spier & Hazenberg
- Anti-speculation clause of 2 years applicable
- Property is only for sale with the aim: self-habitation (or parents for children)
- Healthy and active VvE
- Service costs VvE 116,94 per month
- Leasehold land of the Municipality of Amsterdam, canon is paid in advance until February 1, 2053
- Parking permit system on public roads. For more information, visit the Municipality's website
Amsterdam.

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-11
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

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

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
56 m²
External storage space
6 m²
Volume
187 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
Number of bedrooms
1
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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 391 - III 1056CS Amsterdam

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