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Korte Geuzenstraat 512 1056KX Amsterdam

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

Description

Charming, unique and bright apartement with one bedroom approx. 31 sqm (NEN2580) with an amazing water view all over the Kostverlorenvaart. This well maintained apartement is located at the fith floor. The building it selfs is a listed monument called ‘De Oranjehof’ which offers an elevator, common garden, bike storage and laundry room.

Layout:

With the elevator from the common hall you will arrive at the fifth and entrance the apartement. Hall which provides entrance to all rooms, living room at the back, bedroom and kitchen at the front and bathroom central located.

Leasehold:

- Lease hold by the municipality of Amsterdam;
- Paid till 2036;
- Applied for perpetual pay off.

Association of owners:

- Active and financial healty;
- Professional managed by De Huishouding;
- Association fee monthly € 181,97,-

Characteristics:

- Approx. 31 sqm;
- Listed monument (municipality);
- No pets allowed.

Surroundings:
The apartment is located at the Baarsjes and nearby the Erasmuspark. Around the corner located the popular Foodhallen for some bites and suppers. Stores for daily groceries are at walking distance, also the historical Jordaan with his bars and restaurants, Westerpark and trainstation Sloterdijk. BY car you will be at the highway A10 in 10 minutes.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-7-18
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1942

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
31 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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Korte Geuzenstraat 512 1056KX Amsterdam

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