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Korte Geuzenstraat 101 1056KS Amsterdam

Year of construction
1942
Floor space
33 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

LIVE IN ONE OF THE MOST VIBRANT AREAS OF AMSTERDAM OVERLOOKING THE KOSTVERLORENVAART IN A COMPACT AND COSY APARTMENT (33 M2) WITH SUNNY BALCONY.

Sunny apartment on the 1st floor of the well-known complex 'De Oranjehof'. This is one of the first, if not the very first gallery flats in Amsterdam. The building was completely renovated in 1991, after which the apartments were equipped with all modern comforts.

The apartment features beautiful and unobstructed views over the Kostverlorenvaart.


LOCATION
Conveniently located on the edge of the bustling Baarsjes neighborhood and the Old-West with direct tram connection to Amsterdam Central Station on your doorstep. The apartment is situated in a characteristic building on the water. In the vicinity are various options for daily shopping such as Albert Heijn, Marqt, Jumbo and the popular Ten Katemarkt.

In addition, there is a wide range of restaurants and cafes such as Bar Spek, van 't Spit, FAAM and Hendrix in the vicinity.

Moreover, the popular De Hallen complex is located within a radius of 650 meters featuring restaurants, a cinema and library with reading café, etc.

Within a 4-minute cycle you are in the lively Kinkerstraat or De Clercqstraat, where you will find a range of trendy shops and boutiques. The apartment is located exactly in the triangle of Westerpark, Rembrandtpark and Vondelpark for sports and relaxation.

The apartment is conveniently located in relation to various roads (A4, A5, A9 and A10) and public transport (Tram 13 and tram 19). In addition, you reach Central Station within 10 minutes where a large number of buses, trams and trains frequently depart.


LAYOUT
Via the common entrance, the apartment can be reached via the wide staircase and the gallery. You enter the house through the hall which provides access to all rooms.

You will find the kitchen immediately upon entering on the left. The kitchen is equipped with a number of conveniences such as a fridge, 4-burner gas stove and storage space.

Halfway through the hall is the modern bathroom which is equipped with a walk-in rain shower, toilet and washbasin.

The hall leads to the living room and the semi-open sleeping area. What is immediately noticeable upon entering is the practical layout of the space. The living room has a number of fitted wardrobes.
Due to the enormous windows, you are assured of a panoramic view and the house is bathed in daylight.

Unique to this property is the balcony. Wonderfully sunny and really an extension of your living space! Or just open the doors and enjoy the waterside view of the Kostverlorenvaart.

The complex has two communal gardens, storage room and indoor bicycle parking. The building also has a communal laundry and drying room on the ground floor.

In short: a lovely home in a great location. Perfect pied-à-terre or home for starters and/or student


PARTICULARITIES
- 33 m2 (NEN-2580 certificate available)
- Equipped with block heating
- Leasehold (municipal) € 485 per year
- Period runs until April 2066 / General Conditions of 2000 apply
- Perpetual ground lease requested in time, favorable conditions apply
- Healthy HOA, service costs: € 182 per month (incl. advance for heating costs)
- Year of construction: 1942
- Municipal monument
- Perfect home for starters and/or studying child!
- Delivery: In consultation / can be done quickly
- Non-residential clause applies
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-30
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
mezzanine
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1942

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
33 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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