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Piet Gijzenbrugstraat 36 I 1059XK Amsterdam

Year of construction
1933
Floor space
53 m²
Number of rooms
2

Description

Pleasant, bright apartment (approx. 53 m2) with sunny balcony (approx. 6 m2) on the west on the first floor. The house is on private land and is located in the Hoofddorppleinbuurt in Amsterdam Zuid. The Hoofddorppleinbuurt is a nice, quiet neighborhood with characteristic 1930s construction. The house is within walking distance of shops and supermarkets. Eateries such as Lokaal van de Stad and Drovers Dog are just around the corner. The Vondelpark, Rembrandtpark and De Nieuwe Meer can be found in the immediate vicinity. The parallel Westlandgracht has a green strip to relax in the sun and to moor a boat. There are also sports facilities nearby, such as Basic Fit, Sportpark de Schinkel and a number of tennis clubs. Hoofddorpplein has a tram and bus stop with a direct connection to the center and the central station. In addition, there is a direct bus line to Amsterdam Zuid and Sloterdijk stations. You can cycle to the heart of the city center within ten minutes. The highways A10, A9, A5 and A4 can be reached within a few minutes by car.
In short: a lovely apartment in a prime location!

LAYOUT:
Ground floor: entrance with well maintained, neat staircase to the first floor.
First floor: hall that is shared with one other apartment, entrance apartment, hall with on the right side a door to the separate toilet and on the left the entrance to the bright, spacious, L-shaped living room with bay window and open kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a gas hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave. From the hall you can also reach the spacious bedroom which is located at the rear of the house. The bedroom has patio doors to the balcony over the entire width of the house and also gives access to the spacious, luxurious bathroom with walk-in shower, sink and cupboard with connection for the washing machine.

PARTICULARITIES
- Year of construction 1933;
- Own land, no leasehold;
- Living area approx. 53m2;
- Balcony approx. 6 m2;
- There is permission to extend the balcony by 1 meter over the full width;
- Small VVE (3 apartment rights) with professional manager;
- Multi-year maintenance plan available;
- Service costs € 111.31 per month (as of 2021);
- Delivery immediately;
- Age clause applies;
- Notary: Amsterdam ring.


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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-7-6
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
1933

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
53 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2
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MVA neighbourhood information: Hoofddorppleinbuurt

The Hoofddorppleinbuurt consists of three neighbourhoods: The Hoofddorppleinbuurt lies west of city part South and is parted of the other area’s by the Schinkel. The area has been built during the 20e century as part of Plan-West. The Hoofddorpplein forms the central traffic-point, many hospitality and shops can mainly be found within this part of the neighbourhood. Several things have changed in the last couple of years in this neighbourhood, let houses were renovated into condominiums and this attracted a lot of new people which had a positive impact on the neighbourhood.

Piet Gijzenbrugstraat 36 I 1059XK Amsterdam

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