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Jan Hanzenstraat 13 1 1053SJ Amsterdam

Year of construction
1931-1944
Floor space
49 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

AMAZING NICE APARTMENT of approx. 50 m WITH A DELICIOUS BALCONY ON THE SOUTH OF 6 M AT A STONE THROWN FROM THE POPULAR FOODHALLS IN OLD-WEST.

This recently renovated apartment actually has everything you could wish for. A super layout that makes maximum use of the square meters, lots of light and an attractive and thoughtful layout. Add to that the sunny balcony, the top location with the Foodhallen and all the facilities nearby, and there is little to be desired.

Layout:
Entrance on the first floor, hall, living room at the front, toilet in hall, access to bathroom, at the rear: modern white closed kitchen with built-in appliances, on both sides a bedroom at the quiet rear with both access to the south-facing balcony. The kitchen also has an access door to the balcony. The bathroom is modern and equipped with a shower, sink and floating toilet.

The apartment was completely renovated in late 2015/2016 and equipped with new windows with double glazing and offers all the comfort you can expect.

SURROUNDINGS

Bakers, hip concept stores, the Marqt, Albert Heijn and Dirk van den Broek are within walking distance, but restaurants such as Bar Centraal, The Breakfast Club, Bar Spek and Spaghetteria are also just a stone's throw away. A parking garage is also around the corner. In a few minutes by bike you are in the middle of the Jordaan, on the Dam, the Vondelpark or Leidseplein and yet you can live peacefully here. By car you reach the Ring A10 in a few minutes and tram 1, 17 and 7 are within walking distance. Jan Hanzenstraat is a quiet car-free street with mainly local traffic, around the corner from Bilderdijkstraat and Kinkerstraat and conveniently located near the arterial roads. Public transport (tram and bus) takes you quickly and easily to Schiphol, Amstelveen, South Station and Central Station. The characteristic building is beautifully situated and the cozy Ten Katemarkt is practically next door. The Vondelpark and the Jordaan are both within walking distance where you can walk, shop, run or drink a cup of coffee. Various cultural facilities such as the Concertgebouw and Museumplein are less than ten minutes by bike. In the immediate vicinity there are international and very good restaurants and cafes such as Bar Centraal, Caf Panache, De Japanner and Belle Ami. The Filmhallen are also close by for an evening of relaxation.

The entire neighborhood has recently been refurbished with new pavement and spacious sidewalks. There is also plenty to do for children with a petting zoo, paddling pool and playground around the corner. In short: everything that makes Oud-West so popular and popular, can be found here as soon as you close the front door and enter the street! details: - Annual lease payments ( 615 per year) converted to perpetual - -

- Healthy Owners Association with in-house management
- MJOP is present
- Contribution VvE is 81.00 per month
- There is an ice cream parlor on the ground floor, which is decorating
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-7
Status
sold
Accepting (an offer or contract)
by date

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1931-1944

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
49 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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Jan Hanzenstraat 13 1 1053SJ Amsterdam

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