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Pieter de Hoochstraat 74 BV 1071EH Amsterdam

Year of construction
1914
Floor space
110 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

YES! A wonderful charming and comfortable double upper house in the middle of Oud-Zuid. A wonderfully light and perfectly arranged house of approx. 110m2 on the fourth floor with two bedrooms. A sunny roof terrace of approx. 62 m2, where you can enjoy both the view and the sun all day long.

Step outside the door and you are in the middle of the ‘Duivels Eiland”. Quiet but central, the Pieter de Hoochstraat. A cozy and lively neighborhood with the Museumplein, the Vondelpark and the Albert Cuyp market within walking distance. So plenty of choice for daily shopping, because it also offers the Marqt, Albert Heijn and Jumbo within walking distance. If you prefer to eat out, this neighborhood offers a lot of choice, such as Café Caron, the SeaFoodBar, Entrecote et le Dame and Maris Piper.

LAYOUT
The house is located on the fourth floor and has the following layout;

The front door on the third floor is reached via a common staircase.
Via an internal staircase you reach the landing of the house that gives access to the various rooms.
On the right the bathroom with walk-in shower and double sink. Also in the hallway a separate toilet. The connection for the washer / dryer and the central heating from 2013 are to the right of it in a spacious storage cupboard, which still provides enough space for storing daily necessities.
Furthermore, the landing gives access to the master bedroom and the second bedroom, looking out through the inner gardens.

Centrally located, of course, access to the great bright living room. The light really comes towards you from all sides, because it does not only come from the front and rear of the house, but also through the roof house, which gives access to the spacious U-shaped roof terrace of approx. 62m2.
Centrally located the well equipped living kitchen with an island and various appliances such as a steam oven, 5 burner gas stove with two ovens. In short, a wonderful kitchen that connects the front and the rear of the living area perfectly.

HOUSE SURFACE
In accordance with NEN2580 measurement, the indoor usable area is approx. 90.91 M²
In accordance with NEN2580 measurement, the surface area of the outdoor space is approximately 38.80 M²
NB. The specified area is measured by a specialized company in accordance with NEN2580

CHARACTERISTICS
• Healthy and active VvE
• The front and the rear of the property have been painted in 2020
• The property has been split in 2007
• Air conditioning in the living area
• 2 bedrooms
• Sunny and spacious roof terrace of approx. 62m2
• Ideal location for groceries and supplies
• Perfect location for various roads
• Annual lease. The current owners submitted an application under the favorable conditions.

CADASTRAL DATA
Municipality of Amsterdam, section U number 10839, Index 6

OWNERS ASSOCIATION
The VvE consists of 2 members
The service costs are currently € 120,- euro’s per month

ACCESSIBILITY AND PARKING
The location is ideal and easily accessible by both private and public transport. The major arterial roads of Amsterdam are accessible within minutes, making the Ring A-10, A2 and A1. The stop “De Pijp” of the North-South line is within a few minutes walk.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-10-28
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
1914

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
110 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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