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Nicolaas Witsenkade 46 B 1017ZV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1873
Floor space
93 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

This beautiful apartment is located on the beautiful Nicolaas Witsenkade, with a living room and kitchen diner, loggia, two good bedrooms, a very nice bathroom, and a very spacious, separate storage room. This has been renovated in recent years with an eye for detail and respect for the original building elements. Among other things, the bathroom has recently been completely renovated. Here you live, on your own land, on the Singelgracht, in the hidden Den Texbuurt on the edge of the center of Amsterdam. Everything is within reaches, such as food and beverage outlets, shops, sights, nightlife, culture, and nature. With a view of De Pijp and within walking distance of the Utrechtsestraat or the Reguliersgracht.

Layout:
Entrance from the ground floor with a video intercom and stairs to the first floor. From the hall, there is access to all rooms. At the front of the apartment you look out on the Singelgracht through three large windows and there is a very nice bookcase. At the back of the living room is the modern kitchen, which includes a large gas stove with oven, extractor hood, and a dishwasher. The entire house has an oak parquet floor and double glazing. In addition to a beautiful wardrobe, the spacious, very luxurious bathroom with underfloor heating, shower, double sink, design radiator, and sun shower is located in the hall. Next to the bathroom is a small storage room with space for a washing machine and dryer. At the back of the apartment, there are two spacious bedrooms, both with access to the loggia. Via the Huidenkopersstraat there is access to the spacious external storage room.

Surroundings:
The house is located on the Nicolaas Witsenkade in the Den Texbuurt, the hidden pearl of the Center of Amsterdam, between the Weteringschans and the Nicolaas Witsenkade and on the Tweede Weteringplantsoen. Close to the Amstel with the beautiful Amstelsluizen and the Magere Brug, Royal Theater Carré, Artis, Hortus Botanicus, the Museumplein, the coziness of De Pijp, shops for daily groceries, and of course many nice restaurants and terraces for something to eat or drink. And the Vondelpark and Sarphatipark are also nearby, to enjoy the greenery.

Accessibility:
The location is easily accessible. Metro station Vijzelgracht is nearby and is part of the North-South line. Various tram lines run from the newly designed Weteringcircuit, as well as around the corner at Westeinde. Due to its central location, both Amstel Station and Central Station are easily accessible by bicycle. By car there is access to the Ring A10 via the Wibautstraat and the Weesperzijde. However, the neighborhood is set up in such a way that it is car-free.

Particularities:
- Built around 1873;
- Located on private land;
- Living area of approximately 93 m˛ (NEN2580 report available), excluding external storage of approximately 7 m˛ and loggia of 9 m˛;
- 3 rooms, 2 storage rooms, and a spacious bathroom;
- High ceilings;
- Oak lamella parquet;
- Very luxurious bathroom and kitchen;
- Solar panels for central facilities;
- Wooden window frames with double glazing;
- Heating and hot water through the central heating boiler;
- No waiting list for a parking permit (permit area Centrum 2);
- Delivery in consultation, can be done quickly.
- Clause not actually inhabited and old age clause apply
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-1-6
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
1873

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
93 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Weteringschans

This area is known as the quiet part of Amsterdam Centrum. Amsterdam East is an environmentally friendly area with canals and important cultural buildings. These characteristics make this part of Amsterdam ideal as a residential area. Unlike downtown this area consists of many young couples who are starting with their careers. East and the eastern islands and the old harbor-area is still relatively vacant, but that will change in the upcoming years with the Weesper- and Plantagebuurt still in development.

Nicolaas Witsenkade 46 B 1017ZV Amsterdam

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