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Kanaalstraat 69 M 1054XA Amsterdam

Asking price € 375.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
40 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Sunny and efficiently divided 2-room apartment of 40m2 net and 54m2 gross due to the sloping walls, with a lovely roof terrace of 22m2, located on the fourth and top floor of a charming building.

LAYOUT
The open kitchen is equipped with a sink with mixer tap, 4-burner gas hob, combi oven/microwave, dishwasher, fridge with freezer and stainless steel extractor hood

The open kitchen is equipped with a 4-burner induction hob, combi oven / microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, refrigerator with freezer and extractor. A sliding wall has been realized next to the kitchen, behind which a pantry and the central heating boiler are located. In the bedroom there is also a custom closet with extra storage space.

The luxurious bathroom is equipped with a bath, hanging toilet, 2 washbasins with mixer tap and mirrors, separate shower room with thermostat tap, mechanical ventilation and recessed lighting.

Opposite the bathroom is the washbasin, which also contains the central heating boiler. In the bedroom, you will find a custom-made wardrobe with extra storage space. You can reach the sunny roof terrace via the internal staircase.

VvE
The Association of Owners "Kanaalstraat 67-69" consists of 11 apartments and is professionally managed by JSR Vastgoedmanagement B.V .. The service costs are approximately € 41 per month and a long-term maintenance plan has been drawn up.

GROUND LEASE
The apartment is located on land that is issued in private leasehold. The ground lease is approximately € 218,- per month. The canon is indexed annually.
A green opinion has been drawn up by a notary. With this green opinion, a mortgage loan can be applied for in a regular manner.

NEIGHBORHOOD
One of the nicest shopping streets in Amsterdam is literally around the corner. The Jan Pieter Heijestraat is not only a culinary paradise, but also has nice coffee shops, boutiques and specialty shops. The Vondelpark, De Hallen, the many restaurants in Oud-West, the Museumkwartier, the Jordaan; you will find it all close by!

TRANSPORT
With regard to parking, the street is part of area West 11.3 with reference to a parking permit. Tram 1 and 11 have a stop on the Overtoom and tram 7 and 17 have a stop on the Kinkerstraat.

CHARACTERISTICS
- Built in 1902, the property was completely renovated in 2009-2010
- Foundation restored in 2009
- Living area netto 40m2, bruto 54m2 (Measurement report in accordance with NEN2580)
- Roof terrace of 22 m2
- Private leasehold
- Professionally managed VvE
- Service costs approx. € 278,80 per month including leasehold canon
- Measurement report in accordance with NEN2580
- Energy label D
- Choice of notary to buyer,.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-24
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
40 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Helmersbuurt

The Helmersbuurt is known by the inhabitants as ’’village within a city’’. The location is appealing with the Leidseplein around the corner and the Vondelpark as your backyard. Most of the inhabitants of this neighbourhood stay in this area for a long time and have good contact with each other. In recent years many young couples have settled in the Helmersbuurt and because of that an increase in neighbourhood parties and barbecues was noticed. The Helmersbuurt is known as a friendly and safe residential area with a high degree of social controle. Creative people, artists and creative companies make this area a lively neighbourhood.

Kanaalstraat 69 M 1054XA Amsterdam

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