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Minervalaan 25 III 1077NK Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.200.000 

Year of construction
1927
Floor space
132 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Very high-quality, completely renovated and bright corner house of approximately 132 m spread over 1 floor. The beautiful house is equipped with, among other things, a spacious and bright living room, 2 bedrooms and a luxury kitchen. On the attic floor there is a total of approximately 22 m of storage space.

THE HOUSE
Common and well-maintained entrance. The stairwell has recently been refurbished and newly upholstered. Video intercom installation available.

Third floor
Central hall provides access to all rooms. Spacious and bright living room with corner location, luxurious open kitchen at the rear and a playful coffee corner. The kitchen is equipped with an induction hob (Miele), an integrated extraction system (Miele), a Quooker, a dishwasher (Siemens), a (steam) oven (Miele), a large-format oven (Miele), a large-format freezer (7 drawers, Siemens) and a refrigerator (Siemens). The worktop is made of ceramic.

Spacious bedroom located at the front of the house as well as a spacious bedroom at the rear. The balcony can be reached from the bedroom at the rear. The central hall provides access to the separate toilet room and the washing / drying room. The spacious bathroom has a free-standing bath, a washbasin furniture with 2 washbasins and mirror, a spacious walk-in shower with ceiling rain shower and hand shower, a toilet and underfloor heating (electric). There are several niches and the bath and shower faucets are thermostatic.

On the attic floor there is approximately 22 m of storage space. The actual situation of the attic floor differs from the legal situation.

THE UNION
The object includes three apartment rights (1 house & 2 storage rooms) in the Association of Owners "Minervalaan 25-27 / Gerrit van der Veenstraat 106" consisting of 14 apartment rights (2 office spaces, 7 houses and 5 storage rooms). The association is professionally administered by Delair Vastgoedbeheer. The service costs are approximately 239 per month (approximately 197 house + approximately 42 storage rooms). The advance on heating costs is approximately 415 per month. There is a multi-year maintenance plan (MJOP 2016 to 2025) and as of January 1, 2020 there was a total maintenance reserve of approximately 124,000.

The association is part of the Gerrit van der Veenstraat / Rubensstraat / Minervalaan Association with the aim of operating a communal central heating boiler as well as the maintenance and repair of communal parts of the buildings (3 associations).

LOCATION
The apartment is located on Minervalaan in Amsterdam South in a monumental complex, built in 1927 in the style of the Amsterdam School. It is a national monument with impressive facades. The Minervalaan is one of the few 'avenues' in Amsterdam, a stately avenue that runs from the Hilton Hotel to the Amsterdam-Zuid/WTC Station, with a wide green strip in the middle.

It is quiet living on the Minervalaan. The apartment is located on the corner with Gerrit van der Veenstraat. There is relatively little through traffic through the street. There is ample parking. Many facilities are available in the immediate vicinity. The cozy Beethovenstraat with shops and many restaurants is just around the corner. It is a short walk to the Hilton Hotel, the Concertgebouw or the Rijksmuseum. And Schiphol is very easy and quick to reach. There is no waiting list for a parking permit (permit area: South 2.2 - reference date June 2021).

FINISHING LEVEL
The house has recently been renovated to a high standard. The kitchen, sanitary facilities, floors and ceilings have been completely renovated. All supply and discharge pipes have been renewed as well as the electrical installations. Floors and walls are insulated and the ceilings are extra insulated. The house has silent air conditioning units (Mitsubishi) in both bedrooms. There are various custom cabinets available and the floors are finished with beautiful oak floor parts (herringbone) with full underfloor heating. The kitchen is equipped with Miele and Siemens appliances. The bathrooms are equipped with Hans Grohe taps and luxury ceiling rain shower including hand shower. The luxurious recessed and surface-mounted lighting is equipped with LED and dimmable. Wireless (Sonos) loudspeakers can be easily installed in all rooms because sockets are prepared. Electrically operated window coverings have also been prepared in the plaster skirting board of the ceiling. The finishing level is characterized by the beautiful interior doors with blind hinges, magnetic closure and Bertram Beerbaum door fittings.

GROUND LEASE
There is a continuous leasehold with a ground rent obligation for the house of 1,149.46 per year. The period runs until August 31, 2050, during which the General Provisions of 2000 have been declared applicable. In September 2019, the seller applied for a switch to perpetual leasehold. Ask the broker for the details. The ground rent obligation for the storage spaces is 48.05 annually.

PARTICULARITIES:
- Spacious upstairs apartment of approximately 132 m located on 1 floor (measurement report available);
- New and high-quality renovated;
- Light and spacious living room and 2 spacious bedrooms,
- Corner house with panoramic views and lots of privacy;
- Approximately 22 m of storage space in the attic;
- Luxurious and complete kitchen with Miele & Siemens appliances;
- Playful coffee corner;
- Modern sanitary facilities with beautiful Hans Grohe taps;
- Turn-key delivery with, among other things, oak herringbone floors with full underfloor heating, luxury recessed and surface-mounted lighting (LED and dimmable), silent air-conditioning units in the bedrooms and various custom wardrobes;
- Interior doors with concealed hinges, magnetic closure and Bertram Beerbaum door fittings;
- Leasehold amounts to 1,149.46 p/y - end of the period on August 31, 2050 - AB2000 - seller has applied for a switch to perpetual lease;
- Characteristic and national monumental building from 1927;
- Prime location near the Zuidas, Beethovenstraat, Beatrixpark and Vondelpark;
- Sufficient parking space in the immediate vicinity and excellent accessibility by car and public transport;
- Active Owners Association - professional administrator and multi-year maintenance plan (MJOP);
- Service costs are approximately 239 per month (approximately 197 house + approximately 42 attic storage);
- Advance heating costs approximately 415 per month;
- Wall, wall and ceiling insulation - energy label C;
- Declaration of non-occupancy of the owner applies;
- Project Notary Kasper Notary.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-2
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1927

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
132 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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