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Kleine Beerstraat 19 1033CP Amsterdam

Year of construction
1921
Floor space
70 m²
Number of rooms
3
Lot size
97 m²

Description

Characteristic working-class house in the protected village face of Tuindorp-Oostzaan.

The house was modernized around 2000 and expanded over the entire rear. This has resulted in a living area of ??70 m2. The semi-open kitchen / living room has large windows, which offer a wide view of the backyard decorated with greenery.

The front garden is in the sun in the early morning (northeast) and the back garden all afternoon (southwest).

On the first floor are two comfortable bedrooms and a modern bathroom with a second toilet and a shower. There is also a separate room here for a washing machine and the central heating boiler. The spacious attic is accessible via a loft ladder.

CHARACTERISTICS
Extended living room
Nicely landscaped backyard on the southwest
Modern bathroom
2 bedrooms and separate washing machine on the first floor
Storage loft in the attic
Separate stone shed

Around the corner is Zonneplein: a hidden gem of Amsterdam and a unique example of Amsterdam school architecture. With nice catering establishments such as café Spaanders and for daily shopping, for example, the classic cheese farmer, the greengrocer and fresh bread at the bakery. A little further away is the Molenwijk shopping center with a large supermarket.

In the area, within cycling and walking distance there are several nice hotspots such as: the NDSM Werf, Het Noorderlicht or Loetje Noord and the Twiske is also a short cycling distance. The NDSM site with the ferry to the center of Amsterdam is a 5-minute bike ride away.

In short, pleasant living in a quiet and popular residential area with excellent accessibility and facilities in the area.

The garden village was built from 1920 as housing for the workers for the NDSM wharf and is part of a residential environment with a protected town and village view. The houses were renovated around 2000 and this house is well maintained, has wooden frames with double glazing, wall insulation and a central heating boiler from 2017 for heating and hot water.

LAYOUT
Ground floor:
Entrance. Hall with stairs to the first floor, separate meter cupboard and the door to the living room.
The living room is nice and light and sunny. You reach the toilet through an intermediate hall in the living room. Opposite the toilet is a nice storage cupboard under the stairs.
At the rear is space for a dining table, adjacent to the kitchen.
From here you also enter the sunny garden. The backyard is almost entirely used as a tiled terrace. Beautiful planting has been installed in the borders.

First floor:
Via the landing you have access to the two bedrooms with dormer windows. Bathroom with shower, washbasin and an extra cabinet for towels etc and a second toilet. In addition, a handy wardrobe has been built in on the top floor, and there is a separate storage room with washing machine connection and space for a dryer. The central heating boiler is also located in this room.

The house also has a separate stone shed (approximately 5m˛).

The house is on a long lease from the municipality of Amsterdam. The ground rent has been surrendered until February 15, 2050. General provisions for continuous leasehold 1994 apply. The application with favorable arrangement for the switch to perpetual leasehold conditions 2016 was made on time by the current owner. The offer has not yet been received and is transferable to the new owner.

HOUSING AREA
The living area is 70m2 excluding the attic.
The external storage space is approximately 5m2 and the volume is 241m3.
NEN 2580 measured, measurement report is available.

DELIVERY
Delivery will take place in consultation.

The house has an own website: kleinebeerstraat19.nl

This registration has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-19
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1921

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
70 m²
Lot size
97 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Tuindorp Oostzaan

Tuindorp Oostzaan is a neighbourhood which originates from the early 20s and mainly consists of single family houses in Amsterdam school style. These houses together with several public areas form the protected part of Amsterdam. The hub of Tuindorp lies at the Zonneplein with the monumental Sunhouse. Several theater productions and music performances are held at the Sunhouse every year.

Kleine Beerstraat 19 1033CP Amsterdam

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