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Lootsstraat 24 II 1053NX Amsterdam

Year of construction
1910
Floor space
38 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

*This property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker*

Located on an excellent location and on private land in the popular Oud-West, this particularly light and spacious 2-room apartment has a spacious balcony at the rear over the full width of the building, faced to the southwest. The house has a living area of approximately 38 m2 plus attic storage room of 7 m2.

Layout:
Via the staircase, you reach the entrance of the apartment on the second floor; hall, toilet, compact bathroom/shower facility, separate kitchen, a living over the entire floor, at the front the sleeping area with French balcony, at the back the living room with doors to the balcony (faced to the southwest) over the full width of the house . Because the house is located at the head of the block, you have a beautiful view from the balcony in the longitudinal direction of the courtyard garden and you can also enjoy the afternoon/evening sun for an extra-long time. On the attic floor at the rear you’ll find the separate storage room.

Location:
The house is located in the cozy Oud-West between the Kinkerstraat and Jacob van Lennepkade, within walking distance of the Vondelpark (with tennis courts on the Kattelaan) David Lloyd gym (at the head of the Overtoom). De Hallen and a range of shops, a market, numerous cafes and restaurants all in the immediate vicinity, only a five minute bike ride and you are in the Jordaan or Leidseplein. But tram 1, 7 & 17 are also within walking distance.

Particularities:
- own land (so no leasehold)
- spacious balcony (5.22 long) faced to the southwest with a beautiful view.
- healthy and active VvE with professional manager
- VvE contributions € 105.14 p/month
- insulating glass in the facade
- attic storage room
- HR combi boiler (20 )
- Notary choice buyer, within the municipality of Amsterdam.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-8
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
1910

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
38 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Van Lennepbuurt

The van Lennepbuurt is a neighbourhood in Amsterdam-West. The area is named after Jacob van Lennep, a Dutch writer, language professional and politician. The neighbourhood has many old canal houses and houseboats. The van Lennepbuurt is bordered by the Kinkerstraat, Singelgracht, Jacob van Lennepkanaal and the Kostverlorenvaart. Within 10 minutes range of Amsterdam centre and just outside the busy parts of Amsterdam, ideal location for peaceful and quiet living.

Lootsstraat 24 II 1053NX Amsterdam

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