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Minervalaan 48 H 1077PC Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.575.000 

Year of construction
1929
Floor space
123 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

THE APARTMENT

It is rare that a ground floor apartment on the ground floor with a spacious garden on the southwest (148 m2) on one of the most leafy avenues in Amsterdam South becomes available. The apartment has a total of approximately 150 m2, of which 124 m2 NEN on the ground floor, 18 m2 in the basement and 11 m2 in the attic. The apartment has a nice atmosphere in which many monumental original details have been preserved.
From the spacious living room with parquet floor you step on the ground floor through the French doors into the beautifully landscaped spacious sunny garden.
In the garden there is a spacious terrace of 38 m˛. In the back of the garden is a wooden shed. On the attic floor is an attic room with a washing machine and dryer connection, this space can also be set up as a study or guest room.

LAYOUT
Communal entrance. Central hall provides access to the house, the elevator and the staircase.

Entrance hall provides access to the first (bed) room located on the garden side of the house and a separate toilet. The adjacent spacious central hall gives access to the room en suite, the second bedroom at the front, the master bedroom at the rear of the house and the bathroom.
The cozy open kitchen is located at the front of the house and runs into the living room at the rear, which provides access to the terrace. The master bedroom provides access to the terrace through double doors. The bedroom is also equipped with closets.
The entire apartment has a light oak herringbone parquet floor. The bathroom is white tiled and has a bath, separate shower, sink and toilet. The attractive open kitchen is located at the front of the apartment with three windows to the park and is conveniently located to the living room. In the basement there is a large storage room (18 m2) and with the lift you can go to the fourth floor where there is a room with water, electricity and drainage and storage of 11 m2 together.

LOCATION

The house is located on the chic Minervalaan in the Beethoven neighborhood near the shops on the Stadionweg and the Beethovenstraat and the lively organic market on Fridays on the Minervaplein in the Oud-Zuid district. In the quiet area between Minervaplein and Apollolaan. You can park in front of the door, at the moment you can even apply for two parking permits without waiting.
The house is easily accessible by car via the ring A-10 exit South and exit Rai (S108 and S109) and by public transport. The Zuid / WTC railway station is within walking distance. The location is ideal to get to the center quickly or to quickly go outside of Amsterdam. The Beatrix Park and even the Vondelpark are nearby.

BUILDING
This part of the Minervalaan was built in 1929 and designed by architect J. Roodenburgh as part of the Plan Berlage and the building is classified as a national monument.

THE UNION
It concerns an apartment right in the Association of Owners “Association of Owners Minervalaan 40/52 in Amsterdam”. The VVE consists of 29 members Minervalaan 40 to 52. The administration of the Association is done by Vastgoedadvies Van Luijk.

FEATURES:

- Well maintained ground floor house with three bedrooms / work rooms and sunny garden;
- Individual room and storage room in the attic and storage room in the basement;
- Garden of approximately 148 m˛ on the Southwest including wooden shed;
- National monument from 1929-1930;
- Located on leasehold, current period expires in 2052;
- Annual lease payments have been bought off at the end of the period January 16, 2052;
- Application applied for perpetual leasehold;
- NEN 2580 measurement report available, the specified surface of 156 m˛ includes a large storage room in the basement, the attic space and garden shed.
- Service costs: € 250.83 per month;
- Seller does not have an energy performance certificate in connection with Monument status
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-29
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Ground-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1929

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
123 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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