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Oostzaanstraat 64 1013WN Amsterdam

Asking price € 350.000 

Year of construction
1916
Floor space
51 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

*** this property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker ***

Spacious two-room apartment, located on the second floor.

The property is located in the Spaarndammerbuurt, a pleasant neighborhood near the Jordaan and Westerpark. Numerous shops, restaurants and sports facilities are located here.
Various train/tram and bus connections are within walking and cycling distance.

Layout
- Entrance, stairs to second floor, hall;
- Living room with access to the kitchen;
- Balcony accessible from kitchen and bathroom
- Separate toilet;
- One bedroom;
- Bathroom with shower, sink and washing machine connection;
- Separate large storage room at the attic.

Particulars
- Apartment, second floor;
- Construction year 1916;
- Living area approximately 51m2;
- 2 rooms (1 bedroom);
- Separate large storage room at the attic.

Details
- Priority scheme for social tenants Ymere applies;
- Handover within 8 weeks after signing the deed of sale, not later than 31-12-2021;
- Former rental home (asbestos clause, age clause and non-owner-occupied clause apply);
- Property can only be purchased for self-occupancy (or by parents for their children);
- 3-year anti-speculation clause applies.
- Active homeowners' association: Oostzaanstraat 10-96 te Amsterdam;
- Homeowners' Association contribution: € 109,02 per month;
- Registered as: municipality of Amsterdam, section X, number 2200-A-28, 56/2567th undivided share;
- Leasehold land of the municipality of Amsterdam, paid in advance until November 3th, 2054;
- Project notary: Lubbers and Dijk notaries;
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-17
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
1916

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
51 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Spaarndammer- en Zeeheldenbuurt

The Spaarndammerbuurt originates from the 19th century and is originally a real Amsterdam neighbourhood. Recently the area underwent a real transformation. A big part of the neighbourhood is renovated and several streets, plaza’s and gardens were re-organized. The North side of this neighbourhood is more residential area and in the future this will expand in the direction of the IJ.

Oostzaanstraat 64 1013WN Amsterdam

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