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Sloestraat 4 - I 1078BG Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.095.000 

Year of construction
1936
Floor space
128 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

In a cozy and beautiful wide street in Amsterdam South, in the popular Rivierenbuurt, is located this beautiful '30s house of 128 m2 on the first and fourth floor; the fine bright flat of approx 85 m2 on the 1st floor consists of 4 rooms, on the 4th/5th floor a fully refurbished living space of 43 m2 in total consisting of a residential floor of 31 m2 an extra fine room in the hood of 12 m2, to be reached with an internal staircase accessible, The house on the first floor has a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and balcony and the fourth floor has a kitchen, bathroom and a room in the hood. From the front, the house enjoys a beautiful view of the water of the Amstel Canal. In short, a great house with lots of potential, located in a pleasant and quiet neighborhood with all amenities within reach and very suitable for shared living or a large family.

Layout
An authentic Amsterdam porch with stone stairs leads to the private entrance of the house. The beautiful wooden entrance door opens into an intimate entrance hall with wardrobe and provides access to the spacious bright main hall. From this hall, all rooms are accessible as well as the separate toilet, the meter cabinet and a cupboard with connections for a washing machine and dryer.

The living room stretches across the entire width of the house and can be divided into two parts by a sliding door with glass partitioning. Three built-in cupboards contribute to a nice and free space. In the morning, the sun enters through the windows and the beautiful bay window. From here there is a beautiful view of the water where many boats sail to and from the centre of Amsterdam.
The master bedroom is located at the rear of the flat and has access to the balcony facing west overlooking the green courtyard. A spacious wardrobe with TV connection on the inside offers plenty of storage space.

From both the master bedroom and the hallway there is access to the fully tiled bathroom with underfloor heating which features a washbasin, a walk-in shower and a bathtub with built-in taps. A lot of contents can be stored in the many niches created in the walls.
The cozy kitchen is equipped with various appliances, including an Etna microwave oven and extractor, a dishwasher and a refrigerator. The floor is finished with floor tiles framed by a wooden border. From the kitchen there is also access to the balcony.
The second bedroom at the rear has a spacious wardrobe and two windows overlooking the garden.

Over the entire flat on the first floor is, except the kitchen, a beautiful herringbone parquet floor, the walls are white plastered and in the living room and bedrooms with moldings. All windows are double glazed.

The fourth floor is accessible through its own entrance door, which leads to the spacious stairwell. On the top floor is the entrance to the fully renovated living area. Daylight reaches the spacious hall through the dome in the roof and the bright kitchen at the front. The deep storage room and the closet with connections for a washing machine are accessible from this hall. Daylight enters these two rooms through the roof as well. The kitchen in the lovely bright living room is equipped with an electric hob and fridge, among other things. The neat bathroom with washbasin, shower and toilet is fully tiled.
An open wooden staircase provides access to the bright attic room with two opening Velux skylights and marmoleum floor. Through the visible purlins of the roof structure, this room looks very spacious.

Neighbourhood
The flat is quietly located and within walking distance of the many shops, good restaurants and cafes in the Scheldestraat, Maasstraat and Beethovenstraat. Around the corner from the flat a boat could be moored in the Amstelkade. It is the ideal location from where to discover all the canals that Amsterdam has to offer. For a nice walk in the green, the Beatrixpark is less than 500 metres away. By bike, you can reach all the cultural attractions of Amsterdam South (Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, Van Gogh Museum and Concert Hall) and the city centre in no time. The location is easily accessible by car from the A10 ring road and public transport is also close by.

Ground lease
This property has been bought off for the current term (AB1994) until 2059 and the owner has converted the ground lease in time and bought it off in perpetuity. With this there are no more payments to the municipality of Amsterdam.


Details
- Total user surface 128 m2
- First floor 85 m2, fourth floor 31 m2 and attic 12 m2
- Cosy and quiet neighbourhood
- Close to water
- Built in 1936
- Current and perpetual leasehold period purchased, AB2016 applies
- VvE contribution (budget 2022) 290, - per month. (160, - service / 130, - heating)
- Block heating
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Features

Transfer of ownership

Entry date
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Status
Available
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By mutual agreement

Construction

Year of construction
1936

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
128 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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MVA neighbourhood information: Scheldebuurt

The Scheldebuurt is a neighbourhood within the Rieverenbuurt. The neighbourhood lies between the offices from the Zuidas and the shores of the Amstel. The neighbourhood is attractive because of its quiet and the pleasant public spaces. A famous complex within this neighbourhood is the Congres Center the Rai, which lies at the edge of this area. The Scheldestraat is the most well known street is this neighbourhood and also the thoroughfare which leads people from the centre to the Europaplaza. Despite the heavy traffic this area is known as a very pleasant neighbourhood. The Amstelkade until the Churchillaan is intended for the smaller middle class while the Europaplein area is more intended as space for more wealthy people.

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