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Jan Hanzenstraat 30 2 1053SR Amsterdam

Year of construction
1938
Floor space
52 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Exceptionally light and spacious 2-room apartment measuring approx. 52 m˛. Situated in the friendliest part of the Oud-West district, just around the corner from De Hallen and the Ten Kate market. No direct neighbours – a unique bonus!

LAYOUT

Smart communal entrance. This well-arranged apartment is on the second floor. The stylish bow windows at the front and the extra window in the side wall combine to create a sea of natural daylight. The roomy living room has a well-equipped, luxury open-plan kitchen. A sizable bedroom is situated at the rear of the property. The apartment also features a separate toilet and a practical cupboard with connections for a washing machine/drier. The bathroom, which leads onto the balcony, has a bath with shower, a basin and a design radiator.

LOCATION

The apartment is situated on the corner of Jan Hanzenstraat and Douwes Dekkerstraat, a quiet spot due to the one-way traffic system. FRIENDLY is the best way to describe this neighbourhood. Massimo Gelato sells the best ice-cream in West Amsterdam, and Spaghetteria, Breakfastclub, De Hallen and the Ten Kate market are all within easy reach. The child-friendly Bellamyplein with its pretty fountain, and numerous attractive local shops (such as Blooming Interior), are typical of this highly sought-after location.
It is also just around the corner from Bilderdijkstraat, and within walking distance of several tram routes, shops and the Karavaan bar. Vondel Park is close by, as is the Jordaan district, with its quirky shops and exciting restaurants.

DETAILS:

- 51.6 m2 of living space (NEN2580);
- Attractive parquet flooring;
- Practical custom-built cupboard in the living room;
- On a corner, with lots of natural light;
- Small, active homeowner’s association (VvE);
- Double glazing throughout (wooden window frames);
- Freehold;
- Energy label B – low energy bills thanks to good insulation;
- Transfer subject to agreement.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-20
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1938

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
52 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Kinkerbuurt

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Jan Hanzenstraat 30 2 1053SR Amsterdam

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