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Nico Jessekade 165 1087MR Amsterdam

Year of construction
2016
Floor space
231 m²
Number of rooms
8
Lot size
214 m²

Description

Living in IJburg in a lovely green environment along the river IJ. With a breath-taking view and a lot of sun an light in your house every day.
Unique town house designed by the architect EH Architects and built by the contractor Van der Grift in 2016 of 231m2/876m3 with a beautiful back garden of about 65 m2 with a back entrance, front garden with a parking area for 2 cars and a shed for storing bicycles. Panorama terrace of about 15m2 adjacent to the open kitchen with a wonderful view of the river direction Diemer Park and the tennis club. As an extra asset, this house has a separate B&B unit at the front and a guest house in the garden with a bathroom and heating. 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms

Layout:
Ground floor:
Driveway and parking for two cars at the front, entrance with spacious hall, toilet and storage area. A separate licensed B&B (Boutique_Homestay_Amsterdam) has been created at the front with a shower and toilet.
First floor:
Via the split-level stairway to the cosy living room with a wood burning stove (Jøtul) with double doors to the back garden. A separate insulated guest house has been created in the garden with own shower, toilet, and heating. Via the spacious 3.20-meter-wide split-level stairway to the spacious and light open kitchen with 4-meter high ceiling at the front. This kitchen is fully equipped with all modern conveniences and has beautiful big south-facing windows with a view of the river in the direction of Diemer Park. Adjacent also the south-facing terrace of about 15m2 with a panoramic view and plenty of privacy.
Entresol / Mezzanine floor:
Master bedroom at the back, walk-in closet, bathroom with shower, W.C. and sink.
Second floor:
Three spacious bedrooms of which one with a walk-in closet, bathroom with bath, separate walk-in shower, spacious storage area, washing machine / dryer - utility room.

Location
The Nico Jessekade is one of the most sought-after streets in IJburg. It has water, green, quiet, open views and beautiful homes built under architecture. Many families live there on average. The popular (boot) harbour of IJburg is within walking distance and is surrounded by trendy cafés and restaurants such as NAP, Dok48, CañaBarstow, Mchi, Bloem on IJburg and Il Sogno where you can have a drink or a bite to eat on the terrace in the summer.
IJburg shopping centre is located at less than a 5-minute bike ride and offers various shops and amenities such as the supermarket AH, the department store HEMA and café Bagels & Bean and a popular market on Saturday. A bit closer there is the Pampuslaan with a supermarket, an ice cream shop and coffee bar the Expressofabriek. There are various schools, cafés, restaurants, hotels, fitness centres, sport clubs (tennis, football, hockey, canoeing, surfing) in the vicinity and an active yacht club in the harbour.
Diemer Park is within walking distance, where you can practice sports, cycle and take a walk. The little beach there is ideal for small children and not to forget the IJburg beach for those who like to swim, build sandcastles and enjoy the sun with the IJburg Surf Centre nearby.

Accessibility
The centre of Amsterdam can be reached by public transport in about 15 minutes (tram 26 direction Central Station, you can take your bike with you). By car there is a good connection to the ring road A10 and to the A1, A2 and A9 motorways. You can access these motorways within a few minutes. With an electric bike you can travel to the Zuidas in 35 minutes.

Specifications:
- Perfect family home of 231m2 directly adjacent to the river IJ;
- Year of construction: 2016;
- Located in a quiet street with little traffic and a wide green area, ideal for children;
- Morning sun in the garden, sun on the terrace in the afternoon and the evening;
- Very light and spacious house with large windows and an unobstructed view over the open water;
- Two own parking spaces on the driveway;
- B&B unit with own entrance;
- Separate insulated guest house (office/studio) in the garden with toilet and shower;
- Four bedrooms;
- Possibility to lease a mooring space for a boat right in front of the house;
- Luxurious open kitchen;
- Equipped throughout with a power-flowed concrete floor;
- Equipped with floor heating throughout, which can be regulated per room;
- Equipped with a charging point for an electric car;
- Energy label A; 7 solar panels (yield 1450 kWh)
- Ground rent bought off up to 15 May 2066, conditions 2000.
- Request to switch to perpetual ground rent submitted timely;
- Choice annual ground rent after 2066 of € 4,614 or buying off of ground rent after 2066 for € 57,852
- Own foundation and exterior walls, no contact noises from neighbours.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-17
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Mansion
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2016

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
231 m²
Lot size
214 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
8
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: IJburg Zuid

Ijburg is a neighbourhood at the east side of Amsterdam, consisting of six islands. The goal for the islands is to create approximately 18.000 houses for around 45.000 people to deal with the housing shortage of Amsterdam. Ijburg is the windy and watery city, which is always changing and developing. The community is working hard to give spirit to the area and to create possibilities for the residents by opening more schools and business facilities. The Ijburg is perfect for lovers of modern architecture, lovers of water sports or lovers of boats. Also the green aspect is nearby with the new park on Diemerzeedijk or the farmlands and traditional fishing villages that are located across the water in North.

Nico Jessekade 165 1087MR Amsterdam

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