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Reinier Claeszenstraat 72 I 1056WP Amsterdam

Year of construction
1925
Floor space
54 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Spacious 3-room apartment on its own ground of 54 m2 with a lovely sunny balcony. The apartment is located in the most beautiful part of the Baarsjes. The living room is at the rear and has patio doors to the balcony overlooking the lovely green courtyard. The house also has 2 bedrooms, a bathroom with shower and toilet and a beautiful kitchen with granite top.

The house is centrally located in a beautiful street in the West district, on the border with Oud-West and only a few minutes by bike from the Jordaan, Dam and Westerpark. De Baarsjes has a lot to offer. Think of all catering establishments such as Bar Spek, Café Thuys, Faam, and Local Hero`s. But all kinds of shops for daily shopping are also within walking distance. The trendy food and film halls are also a short distance away, as are the Rembrandtpark, the Erasmuspark and the lively daily Ten Katemarkt.

The house is conveniently located in relation to the roads and the accessibility by public transport is excellent. (including tram lines 7,12, 13, 19 and bus line 18) are within walking distance and by car you are within 5 minutes on the A10 ring road, exit S105.

Layout:
Entrance hall with a storage cupboard where the meter cupboard is and space for storage options. The spacious living room is located at the rear. French doors give you access to the east-facing balcony, where you can enjoy the sun until 1.30 pm in the summer. There is a storage cupboard on the balcony. The kitchen is open and renovated in 2014. The kitchen is in a corner arrangement and has white cabinets, a black worktop and various built-in appliances. Both bedrooms are located at the quiet front and are both accessible through the hall. The bathroom was also renovated and enlarged in 2014. Here is now a shower, toilet, sink and the connections for a washing machine and dryer.

Particularities:
- Own ground
- Year of construction 1925
- Living area is 54 m2 (NEN 2580)
- Two bedrooms
- Kitchen and bathroom renewed in 2014
- Central heating combi boiler, brand Intergas
- Double glass
- Lovely balcony with a view of the courtyard
- The front and rear facade were painted in 2019
- The facade was repaired and added in 2020
- Delivery in consultation

VvE
- VvE Reinier Claeszenstraat 72
- The service costs are €100 per month
- Active VvE under own management
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-20
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
1925

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
54 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Reinier Claeszenstraat 72 I 1056WP Amsterdam

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