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Rooseveltlaan 16 - 3 1078NH Amsterdam, Zuid

Year of construction
1934
Floor space
133 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Wonderfully light and spacious apartment located on the third and partly fourth floor with a private entrance (no shared staircase!). This apartment has a lot of potential and you can completely renovate it to your own taste and insight.

The apartment is approximately 133 m2 and has four bedrooms, a bright living room with large windows at the front, bathroom and closed kitchen. There are several options for the layout with a renovation. For example, you could choose to create a spacious living room on the third floor at the front of the apartment with a luxurious open kitchen and cooking island. At the rear of the apartment you could create two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom. Then there is still enough space on the fourth floor to realize a third bedroom with a private bathroom and a walk-in closet.

The neighborhood is fantastic! The apartment is located on the wide and green Rooseveltlaan near the cozy Maasstraat. In addition to the well-known supermarkets and stores, you will find many authentic specialty shops here, such as Vis op Zuid for delicious fresh fish and Patisserie Tout with the tastiest macarons in Amsterdam. For a drink you can easily walk to Tap Zuid in the Maasstraat or to Café Vrijdag on the Amsteldijk. In addition, the bustling Pijp, with its many cozy cafes and restaurants, can be reached in no time. There are also many good schools, childcare centers and sports clubs in the area. The nearest parks are the Martin L. King park and the Beatrixpark, but don't forget the beautiful Amstelpark along the Amstel.

Various roads are easily accessible, within two minutes you can drive on the A2 or A10, via exit S110 and S109. Other parts of the city can be reached quickly by bicycle or public transport. There are several boarding points for the tram (lines 4 and 12) and the bus (line 65) in the area. The North-South line, Europaplein station, is also within walking distance.
Ground lease

The apartment is located on leasehold land (municipality of Amsterdam). It concerns continuous leasehold (General Provisions 1994). The current period has been bought off and will run until 2055. The owner has applied for a switch to perpetual leasehold under favorable conditions and the offer from the municipality has now been accepted. The owner has chosen to fix the canon after 2055.
Association of Owners

The Owners' Association is professionally managed by Newomij. The technical maintenance is done by De Lairesse Bouwmanagement. All documents of the VvE are present, such as a multi-year maintenance plan, minutes and annual accounts. The service costs are € 246.22 per month.

Details.
* To renovate, former rental home, with a lot of potential;
* Located on the third and partly fourth floor;
* Living area 132.79 m2 (In accordance with NEN2580);
* Professional VvE Administrator by Newomij
* Technical management by De Lairesse Bouwmanagement
* Service costs are € 246.22 per month;
* Municipal monument;
* Year of construction: 1930s;
* Located on leasehold land (municipality of Amsterdam), this has been bought off until 2055.
* The application for a switch to perpetual leasehold under favorable conditions has been made.
* The house is sold with an old age clause and an ex-tenant clause
* Permanent notary applicable, Spier and Hazenberg Notariaat

Notary office Spier & Hazenberg
Mr. mr. E.O. Spier
Westeinde 24, 1017 ZP Amsterdam
Phone: 020-5317654

Asking price: € 715,000,--

If you are interested in this property, make an appointment through our office.



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Features

Transfer

Service costs
€   246 p/m
Entry date
2021-9-24
Status
under option
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1934

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
133 m²
Volume
350 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
Number of bedrooms
4
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