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Jan Lievensstraat 54 2 1074TS Amsterdam

Asking price € 385.000 

Year of construction
1924
Floor space
56 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

Enjoy living in the Amsterdamse Pijp in this well-maintained 3-room apartment with balcony on the second floor. The apartment has two bedrooms, has a great balcony, double glazing and purchased leasehold (until 31-05-2046).

SURROUNDINGS
The apartment on the Jan Lievensstraat is ideally located between the Van Woustraat and the Amsteldijk; quiet yet with all amenities around the corner. The popular Van Woustraat, Van der Helstplein and the Albert Cuyp market are within walking distance and are popular because of the many shops, caterers, restaurants, cafes and terraces. For recreation, you can visit the nearby parks such as Sarphati park, Beatrix park and Amstel park. The waters of the Josef IsraŽlkade and the Amstel are just around the corner.

The apartment is easily accessible by public transport (tram 4 is around the corner on the Van Woustraat) and is conveniently located near the highways Ė you are on the A2 or Ring A10 within a few minutes. You need a parking permit in this area. The city of Amsterdam indicates that there is currently a waiting period of five months.

LAYOUT

Through the staircase, you reach the second floor where this apartment is located.

Entrance, corridor with access to all rooms. The living room is located at the front. The apartment has two bedrooms, both of which, like the kitchen, are located at the rear. All these rooms have direct access to the west-facing balcony. The modern kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, freezer, gas hob, extractor, dishwasher and built-in washer / dryer. The modern bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet.

FEATURES
- Well-maintained and bright home.
- Two bedrooms.
- West-facing balcony.
- Lovely kitchen and bathroom.
- Fully double glazed.
- Heating and hot water through central heating combi boiler.
- Delivery: in consultation.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-28
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1924

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
56 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Jan Lievensstraat 54 2 1074TS Amsterdam

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