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IJselstraat 34 F 1078CJ Amsterdam

Year of construction
1990
Floor space
71 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Very well laid out three-room apartment of approximately 71 m in a popular location in the Rivierenbuurt on freehold ground.

The residential complex was completed in 1990 on the site of the former Waalkerk. This beautiful church from 1936 with special architecture was demolished in 1989. Because the residential complex is located on ecclesiastical land, there is no groundlease, a very unique situation because freehold ground in the Rivierenbuurt is virtually non-existent.

Layout:
The entrance of the house is located on the green inner garden located on the roof of the parking basement. It is a nice place to stay and this is an ideal place to make contact with the neighbors.
Entrance: Hall with access to all rooms, living room with an open kitchen with an island block and access to the balcony at the front, a very neat and modern bathroom with glass shower wall and washbasin, separate toilet with built-in cistern with a hard stone fountain, spacious bedroom at the rear, second bedroom at the rear.
The external storage room of approximately 5 m is located in the basement.

Complex:
The complex was constructed in 1990 using a completely concrete construction.
This concrete construction ensures that the residential noise from neighbors is minimal and the apartment is well insulated, which is quite unique in the twenties/thirties district of the Rivierenbuurt.

Location:
The apartment is located in a quiet street in the Rivierenbuurt between Churchilllaan and Amstelkade. The Rivierenbuurt is characterized by its beautiful urban development and the good mix of green and shopping facilities and living space for starters, families and the elderly. Within walking distance you will find the Maasstraat, Rijnstraat and Scheldestraat, with a variety of supermarkets and specialty shops such as Hergo butcher's shop, Patisserie Tout, fishmonger Vis op Zuid, Kaashuis Tromp, etc. One street away is the Amstelkade with the walking/cycling bridge across the street. the connection provides the Pijp, full of eateries, cafes, the Albert Cuyp market and the Sarphatipark.

Accessibility:
Due to its very central location, you can easily reach the city centre, RAI Congress Center, De Zuidas and Beatrix Park by bicycle, car or public transport (tram, bus, the North-South line, Amsterdam Zuid train station and Amsterdam Amstel train station). Access to the A2 and A10 motorways is just around the corner.

Characteristics:
- Freehold ground
- Nice courtyard garden
- Practical layout
- Kitchen and bathroom renovated in 2020
- Storage in the basement
- Active and well-organized VvE
- VvE has set up a sustainability committee and an art committee
- Service costs (2021) 158 per month
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-17
Status
under offer
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1990

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
71 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: IJselbuurt

The IJsselbuurt is a quiet residential area in Amsterdam South. The area mainly consists of houses dated from the 30s. The neighbourhood is located along the Amstel River, just below de Pijp. The area offers all kinds of hotspots such as restaurants, specialty shops, Amstel, Sarphatipark and the Albert Cupymarkt. Public transport can be found at the Amstelstation, which is located just outside the neighbourhood.

IJselstraat 34 F 1078CJ Amsterdam

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