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Maria Austriastraat 35 PP 1087EK Amsterdam

Asking price € 23.000 

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Covered parking garage, access with transmitter.

A parking space (P29) under a complex on IJburg. The parking garage is closed by an electric garage door. The parking garage is located on the corner of the intersection Maria Austriastraat and Diemerparklaan.
around the corner is a tram stop (line 26) on the IJburglaan. This tram goes to central station and goes every 6 minutes.

- Closed parking basement;
- Leasehold surrendered until August 31, 2058;
- Service costs 48 per month;
- Project notary Spier & Hazenberg;
- Anti-speculation clause of 1 years applies;
- Delivery is possible immediately.
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MVA neighbourhood information: IJburg West

IJburg West is a brand new residential area under construction to the East of Amsterdam. A distinctive feature of the neighbourhood, which is situated on the IJmeer, is the fact that it is built on artificial islands. IJburg is a part of the East district, and is home to a tight-knit community with lots of young families with children. The neighbourhood boasts a great variety of properties, ranging from individual building projects to large-scale apartment blocks. With the city beach Blijburg aan Zee and lots of cosy lunch spots, shops and bars, life is good here. Apart from that, there are several sports and cultural events year-round, and plenty of opportunities to engage in water sports. Living in IJburg means living in an environment full of greenery and water, and with all the amenities you would expect from a neighbourhood, such as schools, day-cares, supermarkets and restaurants.

Maria Austriastraat 35 PP 1087EK Amsterdam

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