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Koninginneweg 197 hs 1075CR Amsterdam

Year of construction
1902
Floor space
157 m²
Number of rooms
8

Description

Lovely ground floor house (total area 233m2) with a sunny south-facing backyard (approx. 60 m2) spread over 3 floors, near the Vondelpark in chic Amsterdam South.

The house is located on own ground and has many beautiful authentic details, both outside and inside, including ornamental ceilings and various fireplaces-stoves, one of which has an actual fireplace. The house is part of the well-maintained building 'De Eekhoorn', named by the squirrel on the moving-beam.

Layout:
Entrance (bel-etage): hall with marble floor and toilet, spacious en-suite room with ornamental ceilings and natural stone fireplaces, one with a an actual fireplace, conservatory at the rear, white kitchen with tiles from ca. 1750 and access to the beautifully landscaped garden.

Stairs to the basement: (77m2; Other indoor space) hallway with various cupboards and storage space, pantry (front), spacious bedroom/hobby room at the front with various fixed closets, bathroom at the rear with bath, toilet and washbasin, large bedroom at the rear with a walk-in closet. (headroom between the beams approx. 1,84 - 1,95m)

Stairs to the 1st floor: landing with toilet, children's room at the rear with a sink, spacious bedroom (rear) with balcony and access to the bathroom with bath, sink, shower and washing machine connection and passage to the bedroom at the front with fireplace and French balcony, 4th (Kids)bedroom at the front.

From this prime location, all the highlights of Amsterdam-South are within reach. Centrally located, with the Vondelpark a very short walk away and in the immediate vicinity of the trendy Cornelis Schuytstraat, the Concertgebouw and the famous Museum Quarter. In addition, you will find excellent dining and entertainment venues and shops in the immediate vicinity. You can shop for daily groceries at the supermarket around the corner. On the Koninginneweg you will also find various specialty shops, such as the chocolate shop Artichoc and Wijnhuis Amsterdam. Good (international) schools are a short distance away.

Accessibility and parking
The apartment is easily accessible by car and public transport. Within a few minutes you are on the A-10 ring road (exit S107/S108) and in the vicinity of the house there are various tram and bus lines to connect you with the rest of the city and Schiphol Airport. There is parking on the public road . At the moment there is no waiting time for obtaining a parking permit.

Particularities:
- Own ground
- Nice V.v.E. with 2 members; seller is currently administrator
- MJOP present, service costs euro 110.30 pm
- NEN measurement: GO: 157m2 and basement (other space): 77m2
- The Koninginneweg will be reclassified with large bicycle lanes and a 30 km/h zone
- Delivery in consultation
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-19
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1902

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
157 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
8
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Koninginneweg 197 hs 1075CR Amsterdam

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