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Meerhuizenstraat 14 C I 1078TH Amsterdam

Year of construction
2001-2010
Floor space
92 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

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

Well-configured, single-level three-room apartment with spacious rooms, a generous balcony and large windows with unobstructed views of Meerhuizenplein square. Comfortable new residential building in the Amsterdam School architectural style with an elevator, double glazing and a storage unit on the first floor, situated in the sought-after Rivierenbuurt district.

Location:
Situated in sought-after Rivierenbuurt, a spacious, leafy neighborhood which was designed by prolific architect Berlage as a part of his Plan Zuid. Meerhuizenplein is an acclaimed new development by Liesbeth van der Pol, focused around a large square. The property is in a favorable location between Rijnstraat and Amstel, on the fringes of De Pijp borough nearby Martin Luther King park and Amstel station. The area is home to countless lovely shops, and Weesperzijde is the perfect route to walk toward the city center to Utrechtsestraat. On the way back home, walk along Van Woustraat and stop by Albert Cuyp market. The location is also ideal for commuters, with easy access to the highway in and out of the city.

This residential complex was completed in 2002 and its design is carefully aligned to the existing buildings. The complex is comprised of wide, spacious homes with large window panes and arched brickwork planes as key elements.

Layout:
The communal entrance and stairs or elevator lead to the first floor. The private balcony/ terrace with morning sun exposure accesses the front door. The central hall opens to all rooms.
At the end of the corridor is the extremely bright and wide living space with a large glass facade with a view of the square. The living room is to the left, the dining room is to the right and connects to the semi-open plan kitchen. There is room for an enormous dining table here, from where you will have a lovely view of the square. Next to the recently installed sleek kitchen, with an L-shaped counter top, is the large utility room with the laundry station.
There are two bedrooms, one to each side of the hall; an extremely large master bedroom with access to the terrace, and a second good-sized bedroom.
The central bathroom is fitted with a bathtub and shower, there is a separate restroom.

Specifications:
- Apartment spanning 92 sqm, not including the 13 sqm terrace.
- Storage unit spanning 4 sqm on the first floor.
- Recently renovated kitchen.
- Active HOA with a long-term maintenance plan. Monthly HOA charges of € 153.
- Ground lease prepaid until 2050. The (transferable) offer for the transition to everlasting ground lease was applied for under favourable conditions.
- Elevator.
- Double glazing.
- Closing upon mutual agreement.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-23
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
2001-2010

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
92 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: IJselbuurt

The IJsselbuurt is a quiet residential area in Amsterdam South. The area mainly consists of houses dated from the 30’s. The neighbourhood is located along the Amstel River, just below ‘’de Pijp’’. The area offers all kinds of hotspots such as restaurants, specialty shops, Amstel, Sarphatipark and the Albert Cupymarkt. Public transport can be found at the Amstelstation, which is located just outside the neighbourhood.

Meerhuizenstraat 14 C I 1078TH Amsterdam

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