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Jan Evertsenstraat 137 F 1057BV Amsterdam

Asking price € 325.000 

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

Description

Unique 2-room apartment located on the corner of Jan Evertsenstraat/Mercatorplein in a building with elevator, spacious communal roof terrace and private storage room on the ground floor.

Behind a monumental facade, built under the architecture of Berlage, there is a beautiful 53 m apartment.
This small-scale apartment complex with elevator, renovated in 1999, is located on the second floor with a unique view that is never boring.

Environment and accessibility:
The apartment is located on the edge of the Mercatorplein in the Baarsjes district. Centrally located within the Amsterdam ring road in the popular De Baarsjes district. The entrances and exits of the A10 and the many public transport options make all of Amsterdam and the surrounding area easy to reach. For peace, space, recreation and children's play areas, the nearby Rembrandt Park offers relaxation for young and old. For many of your shopping you only have to walk out the door as well as the nice cafes and restaurants.

Layout:
The stairs or the elevator take you to the 2nd floor, where you enter the house through a hallway in a hall with access to all rooms. First you will find the internal storage room with the central heating system and mechanical ventilation as well as the space for the washing machine/dryer. From the hall you have access to the spacious and uniquely designed living room with a beautiful view of Mercatorplein and Jan Evertsenstraat. Adjacent is the semi-open and modern kitchen from 2017. All in all a very bright and unique living space due to the windows on both sides and the Berlage architecture.

The bedroom is of a good size and is located at the front. You will also find the bathroom with shower, toilet and sink.

The entire house has a neat wooden floor, Brazilian cherry wood (Jatoba), double glazing and fully insulated.

To make it even more complete, there is a separate storage room with exceptional ceiling height at the house which is located in the basement and there is a spacious communal roof terrace from where you have a fantastic view over the entire city.

Deed of Division and ground lease:
The building was divided in 1998 and the ground lease is been bought off until 15-09-2046.

Association of owners (V.v.E.)
The V.v.E. is healthy, active and is professionally managed by Newomij VvE Beheer. The service costs are 118,- per month. The administrator takes care of financial and administrative management and administrative and technical support.

Particularities:
- Living area of 52,9 m (NEN2580 measured);
- Lovely communal roof terrace;
- Built in 1926;
- 1 bedroom;
- 2nd floor;
- Elevator present;
- Storage room on the ground floor;
- Energy label E;
- The kitchen was renovated in 2017 and equipped with Smeg appliances (with approx. 2 years warranty);
- Double glazing, well insulated;
- HR Intergas central heating unit from 2015;
- Municipal monument;
- Within walking distance of the Rembrandtpark and Erasmuspark;
- Delivery in consultation.

Disclaimer:
This registration has been compiled by us with the greatest possible care. However, on our part no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-16
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
53 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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Jan Evertsenstraat 137 F 1057BV Amsterdam

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