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Leonardostraat 3 2 1077ET Amsterdam

Year of construction
1928
Floor space
170 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Leonardostraat 3-2, 1077ET Amsterdam
Gorgeous two-story residence on the upper floors of 170 m with an enormous and sunny terrace of 68m and a balcony of 12m. Located on a quiet street in Oud-Zuid.


This very nice 5-room apartment (two to three bedrooms and two bathrooms) of approx. 170m, 68m terrace and 12m balcony has its own entrance and is situated on the second and third floors in an imposing and well maintained block of apartments. The building is in a unique location in Amsterdam Oud Zuid.


Layout
You enter through your own entrance and take the stairs to the landing. You will find the guest toilet and cupboard space on the landing. You walk through to the hallway from the landing. On one side there is the L-shaped living room with the original stained glass windows and an open kitchen. On the other side of the hall is a bedroom (12.3m) with its own bathroom (6.4m). The bathroom is fitted with a walk-in shower and washbasin. Access to the balcony, which gets the morning sun, is from both the kitchen and the bedroom.
The stairs to the uppermost floor lead from the landing to the hallway above. Large French windows lead you straight onto the sunny terrace of approx. 68m. Next to the landing there is a large bedroom (approx. 23m) with an adjacent bathroom (approx. 18m). There is a beautiful wooden floor throughout the residence, ceilings that are 2.82m high and it has been partially double-glazed.


Accessibility
The apartment is very easy to reach on public transport and via the various arterial roads. The plans for the Zuidas mean that this area will only grow in appeal and popularity in the coming years. There is plenty of parking in front of the door. The elegant shopping streets (P.C. Hooftstraat, C. Schuytstraat, Beethovenstraat, Van Baerlestraat), various museums (Van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), as well as the Concertgebouw and various restaurants/cafs, the Vondelpark and the Beatrixpark are all within walking/cycling distance from the apartment.
Details


- Ground lease: General Provisions 1994. Annual ground rent EUR 2,369.63 with indexation every five years. Transfer to perpetual ground lease applied for on 26-12-2019.
- Surface 169.7m (NEN 2580 measurements)
- Gorgeous, sun-drenched terrace of 68m
- Possibility of creating an additional bedroom
- Thirteen solar panels installed
- Bedroom floor is fitted with double glazing
- Monthly Owners Association contribution is 120
- Year of manufacture of central heating boiler 2019
- Terrace replaced approx. three years ago.
- Roofing materials replaced approx. three years ago.



We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. However, we will not accept liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or any other matter nor for the consequences of such. All measurements and surfaces stated are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. We advise you to engage an (NVM-registered) expert estate agent who will guide you through the purchasing process. Should you have any specific desires with regard to the residence, we advise you to make these known as soon as possible to your purchasing estate agent and have an independent investigation carried out into such matters. If you do not engage an expert, you will be deemed as considering yourself to be sufficiently expert to be able to oversee all matters that could be important. The NVM terms and conditions are applicable.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-15
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1928

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
170 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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