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Jan van Schaffelaarplantsoen 3 D 1061DK Amsterdam

Year of construction
1952
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

We offer this 3 room apartment (approx. 59m) with 2 balconies located on the fourth floor and a spacious storage room in the basement of a well-maintained apartment complex in the popular district of Bos en Lommer. The complex also has a beautifully landscaped courtyard garden.

Through the common closed entrance you reach the fourth floor where the apartment is located. You enter the hall from where you have access to all rooms.The apartment has two bedrooms, patio doors in both rooms give access to the lovely balcony (east) which covers almost the entire width of the apartment.

At the rear you will find the living room where you through the glass sliding doors to the second balcony facing west. Adjacent you will find the country kitchen with several appliances and more than enough storage space, from here the balcony is also accessible. The bathroom is equipped with a whirlpool corner bath with hand shower, washbasin and towel radiator.

The apartment has a beautiful laminate floor.

Consult the floor plan for the current layout of this apartment.

Surroundings
The apartment is conveniently located in the increasingly popular district of Bos en Lommer. Just a stone's throw away is the Bos en Lommerweg and the Bos en Lommerplein where you can go for all your daily shopping. For your fresh products you can visit the cosy market. Several restaurants, cafes and nightlife venues are nearby as well as the beautiful Erasmuspark, Westerpark and the popular Westergasterrein. You are surrounded by several parks, ideal for the green lover of course! The apartment is also conveniently located to public transport (tram 7 and bus 21), by car you are in no time on the A10 ring road but also by bike you are in no time in the bustling center of Amsterdam.

Parking is possible by means of a resident's permit, costs 139.13 per half year.
There is currently NO waiting time ( Consult www.amsterdam.nl ).

Ground lease
The complex of which the apartment is part is located on leasehold land (City of Amsterdam). General provisions 2000 are applicable. The canon is redeemed until December 15, 2054. The current period runs from 16 December 2004 up to and including 15 December 2054.

VvE
- The Association of Owners "The New Akbar"
- The administration is carried out professionally by VVE Company
- The monthly contribution to the Owners' Association is 125.
- MJOP available until 2040

Details:
- Living area approx. 59 m
- Year built ca. 1952
- Canon purchased until 2054
- Insulated by means of double glazing
- Heating and hot water by boiler
- Acceptance in consultation, may soon


Measurement instruction
The product sold has been measured using the Measuring instruction, which is based on the standards as laid down in NEN 2580. The Measurement Instruction is intended to apply a more unambiguous way of measuring to give an indication of the area of use. The Measurement Instruction does not completely exclude differences in measurement results due to, for example, differences in interpretation, rounding off and limitations when carrying out a measurement.
The property has been measured by a reliable professional company and the buyer indemnifies the employees of Voorma & Millenaar estate agents and the seller for any deviations in the stated measurements. The buyer declares to have been given the opportunity to measure the property sold (or have it measured) himself in accordance with NEN 2580.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-8-11
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1952

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
59 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Kolenkit

The Kolenkitbuurt can be split up into three parts: The southern part between the Erasmusgracht and the Bos en Lommerweg, the middle part between the Bos en Lommerweg and the Wiltzanghlaan and the northern part of the Wiltzanglaan. The houses within the Kolenkitbuurt were built during the 1950s. The last ten years many things have changed within the neighbourhood. Together with housing corporations several new buildings have been established and several buildings have been renovated.

Jan van Schaffelaarplantsoen 3 D 1061DK Amsterdam

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