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Nicolaas Witsenstraat 19 - B 1017ZG Amsterdam

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70 m²
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Light and stylishly renovated 3-room apartment in a unique quiet location in the centre of Amsterdam, near to the Utrechtsestraat, the lively Pijp district and the pleasant Amstelveldje. On the second floor of a well-maintained town house, located on freehold land.
The apartment has a spacious light living room, two bedrooms, a spacious sunny east-facing balcony and a French balcony at the front for the afternoon sun. The apartment is equipped with lovely oak floors, an open design kitchen and double glazing. In short: ready to welcome its new residents!

Joint entrance, access to the apartment on the second floor via a well-maintained stairway. The apartment has been tastefully renovated since 2016 and has been laid out very efficiently and spaciously.
Large light living room due to the high ceilings (2.98m) and two high windows (with Verosol sunshades) and double doors to a French balcony with a view of the water of the Singelgracht. An insulated oak floor was installed in the living room in 2016 and the living room offers extra storage space with a large built-in storage cabinet. The open Bulthaup design kitchen (2016) is equipped with a six-burner SMEG cooker with a double oven, a dishwasher and a Siemens combination fridge freezer.
The master bedroom is on the rear side and has double doors that provide access to a sunny covered balcony with a view of the green back gardens. The second bedroom is also on the rear side and contains a separate storage area above the bathroom as well as a storage cabinet containing the central heating unit (Remeha Avanta 2009) and connections and space for a washing machine and dryer. The bathroom was renovated in 2018 and contains a walk-in shower, toilet, built-in sink and electric floor heating.
Double glazing was installed throughout most of the apartment at the end of 2020.

The apartment is located on the Nicolaas Witsenstraat, a quiet street between the Nicolaas Wistenkade and the green Den Texstraat. Near to the centre close to the Amsterdam canals, the popular Utrechtsestraat and the lively Pijp district. A unique location with trendy cafés, coffee bars, speciality stores, and restaurants in the vicinity, and of course the popular Albert Cuyp market around the corner. The Rijksmuseum, theatre Carré, and the Concert Hall are within walking distance. The apartment is located favourably with regard to public transport, such as the North/South metro line and various trams. The Wetering district is easily accessible by car and there are sufficient parking places in the street.

- Located on freehold land
- Year of construction: 1905
- Energy label D
- Floor insulation
- Partial double glazing (HR++)
- Foundation repaired in 1972
- 1/5 share in healthy and active association of owners (VVE) (consisting of 4 members).
- Service fee € 70 per month
- Balance of maintenance fund/ balance bank account: € 25,027 as of 1 January 2021.
- Paintwork front and the back façade is planned in the spring of 2021.
- Multi-year Maintenance Plan available (up to 2035)
- Living surface 69.1m2, 3.8m2 exterior space (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- Quiet street in a lively location
- Transfer in consultation, if necessary possible before 1 April 2021.
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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 Witsenstraat 19 - B 1017ZG Amsterdam

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