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Jan van Eijckstraat 11 2/3 1077LE Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.335.000 

Year of construction
1927
Floor space
172 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

Well renovated and light 1930s DOUBLE APPARTMENT WITH SPACIOUS ROOF TERRACE AND PRIVATE ENTRANCE. The 170 m2 apartment is located on the second and third floor with a roof terrace of almost 60 m2. In addition, the apartment also has two balconies on the south.
Located in an absolute prime location, within the popular Beethoven neighborhood in one of the most desirable streets. The house is ideally located close to Beethovenstraat with all its amenities, yet far enough away for peace and quiet. In the immediate vicinity is the convenience of supply quality shops, good schools and restaurants. The accessibility by public transport and by car is optimal.

Layout:
Individual entrance from the ground floor with access to the basement. For a 1930s house, the stairs are wide and not steep. Access to the house on the second floor.

Second floor:
Spacious landing which gives access to the bright living room, bedroom/study, toilet and shower. Spacious living room en suite with beautiful oak floring and south-facing balcony. Renewed kitchen with various luxury appliances (oven, steam oven, dishwasher, quooker, extractor hood, fridge and freezer).
Via the landing you can reach the third floor.

Third floor:
This floor has no less than 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom is located at the rear with accompanying balcony. This floor also has a modern bathroom with a double sink, a spacious bath and a walk-in shower. The separate toilet is located on the landing. The roof terrace is accessible via a fixed staircase.

Fourth floor:
Spacious roof terrace of approximately 60 m2 with a beautiful view over Amsterdam and the inner gardens behind.

Particularities:
- Upstairs house of 170 m2 with roof terrace of approximately 60 m2.
- Renovated in 2015/2016.
- Kitchen renewed in 2018.
- Remeha c.v. boiler from 2015.
- Small VVE with two members.
- Service costs € 100 per month.
- Redeemed leasehold up to and including 1-9-2053. The seller has submitted the application in good time to buy off the leasehold, possibly indefinitely.

DISCLAIMER:
This text has been compiled by us with the greatest possible care. However, we do not accept any liability 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
2020-9-30
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
1927

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
172 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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Jan van Eijckstraat 11 2/3 1077LE Amsterdam

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