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Jacob Obrechtstraat 67 P 1071KJ Amsterdam

Year of construction
1926
Floor space
211 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Beautiful 5 room apartment (unfurnished) with 2 bathrooms, balcony, elevator, separate storage room and the possibility to rent a parking space. The apartment is located in the special Art Deco building Oldenhoeck. A spacious apartment of approx. 211m2 in a stately two-story house designed by architect F.A. Warners in 1926. This building is one of the few buildings in Amsterdam to have a 24/7 caretaker couple. Here you can park in the lockable parking garage and play tennis on your own tennis court and take the elevator to your apartment.

LAYOUT
The lift takes you to the third floor via the monumental entrance. Through a spacious entrance you reach the living room en suite which is located at the rear of the apartment. The living room is very light because of the large windows. From the living room you have a view over the tennis court of the complex and the inner gardens. The living room is en suite with the dining room, next to which is the kitchen. It is a spacious kitchen with various built-in appliances and sufficient storage space. There are also two bedrooms, one with a balcony, a modern bathroom with bathtub, separate shower, double sink and toilet. The second bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet. A beautiful spacious office is located at the front and has beautiful fitted wardrobes. Of course, this office could also function as a bedroom. There is also a spacious wardrobe and utility room with laundry room. All in all, a very spacious apartment and fully equipped.
The apartment as well as the basement can be reached by elevator and thus offers the possibility to enter and leave the building on the ground floor, even for persons with reduced mobility. In this basement there is a private storage room and a communal bicycle shed.
At the rear of the building is a unique part of the architect's design by Amsterdam standards, namely a tennis court! A unique detail in the middle of the city.

SURROUNDINGS
Located in the popular Old South. Within walking distance of the Concertgebouw and various museums. Shopping is possible in the chic PC Hooftstraat and the Cornelis Schuytstraat. A large supermarket within easy reach. Sports and jogging are possible in the beautiful Vondelpark. Within 10 minutes you are on the Ring A10. There are also plenty of options by tram or bus, with stops within easy reach.

PARKING
Optionally you can rent a parking space which is located in a closed garage under the building, directly accessible from the Jacob Obrechtstraat. The price for the parking space is € 275 per month.

The rent is excluding g/w/e, tv/incl and municipal taxes for the use of the house. The service costs for this apartment are € 432.45 per month and are included in the rent.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-9
Status
let conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1926

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
211 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Jacob Obrechtstraat 67 P 1071KJ Amsterdam

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