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Saffierstraat 168 1074GZ Amsterdam

Asking price € 340.000 

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

Description

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

This cosy renovated apartment (approx. 48 m2) with two bedrooms, a sleek kitchen and sunny south-facing balcony is located in a nice street in the Oud Zuid district, in the immediate vicinity of the Amstel River. The apartment is laid out practically and well maintained.

SURROUNDINGS
The apartment on the Saffierstraat is ideally located between the Van Woustraat and the Amsteldijk; quiet and yet with all amenities just around the corner. The popular Van Woustraat, Van der Helstplein and the Albert Cuypmarkt are within walking distance and are known for their many shops, caterers, restaurants, cafes and terraces. For recreation, you can go to the nearby parks like the Sarphatipark, Beatrixpark and the Amstelpark. The water of the Josef Israëlkade and the Amstel are right around the corner. The apartment is easily accessible by public transport (tram 4 around the corner at the Van Woustraat) and is conveniently located with regards to the highways, within a few minutes you’ll reach the A2 or Ring A10. In this area, you’ll need a parking permit. The municipality of Amsterdam indicates that there is currently a waiting period of three months.

LAYOUT (see floor plans):
Through the communal staircase, you can reach the entrance door of the apartment on the first floor.

First floor:
Entrance, hallway with access to the various rooms. At the front of the apartment is the living room with French doors to one of the two bedrooms. The second bedroom can be reached from the hall. Both have access to the sunny south-facing balcony. The sleek kitchen is located at the rear and is equipped with various upper and lower cabinets with high-gloss white fronts, giving you a lot of storage space. The various built-in appliances, namely, a 4-burner cooker with wok burner, extractor, microwave oven, fridge/freezer combination, dishwasher and washing machine, completing the kitchen. From here, you can also enter onto the balcony. The bathroom has tiling to the ceiling, a shower and a washbasin. In addition, the apartment has a separate toilet.

On the fourth floor, there is a storage room, which belongs to this apartment.

FEATURES
- South-facing balcony;
- Kitchen, bathroom and toilet have been renovated in 2020;
- Land lease period bought off until February 15, 2064;
- Municipal monument;
- Delivery in consultation.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-2-14
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
1925

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
48 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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Saffierstraat 168 1074GZ Amsterdam

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