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James Cookstraat 13 2 1056RW Amsterdam

Asking price € 325.000 

Year of construction
1926
Floor space
50 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

--- OWNED GROUND --- BALCONY FACING THE SOUTH WEST --- LOW SERVICE COSTS ---

A great opporunity to live in the popular neighbourhood “The Baarjes” of Amsterdam West. It is about an attractive and sleek 1930s apartment with one bedroom and a sunny balcony facing the south west. Fully equipped with a wooden floor, a kitchen with appliances and lots of light.

The apartment is located in a awesome location, between de Jan van Galenstraat and the Jan Evertsenstraat. Around the corner from the Rembrandtpark, the Marcatorplein and within cycling distance of De Hallen, the Vondelpark en the City Center.

Layout:

Entrance with a staircase tho the second floor. You enter the appartement through a private antrance.
The spacious living room is finished with a attactive wooden floor covering. The kitchen is situated on the back side. It is about a kitchen with the following built-in apliances; 4-burner gas cookingplace, extractor hood, dishwacher and a fridge. The kitchen also has a door tot he balcony. The balcony is located over de entire with of the apartment. In short, it faces south west and on the left hand side ou will find a hany storage space.
The bedroom is located at the front side of the apartment. The sleeping area is separated from the living area by a room divider. The adjacent bedroom can be reached through a door. This room is currently used as a walk-in closet.
The bathroom is neatly tiled and is equipped with a shower, washbasin furniture with a mirro cabinet and a toilet.

In short: an attractive and bright apartment with a practival layout and a sunny balcony facing the south west.

Features:

- Built in 1926
- Living space: approx. 50 m2 (measurement report available)
- Balcony facing the south west
- Possibility to create a 2econd bedroom
- Heating installation (Intergas, 2006)
- Active VvE; service charges: € 70,- p/month
- Owned Ground; no ground lease!
- Many facilities within walking distance; Mercatorplein, Jan Evertsenstraat, Rembrandtpark
- Available in consultationn
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-11-20
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
1926

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
50 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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More information

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.

James Cookstraat 13 2 1056RW Amsterdam

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