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Spyridon Louisweg 102 1034WR Amsterdam

Year of construction
1995
Floor space
137 m²
Number of rooms
4
Lot size
155 m²

Description

Do you want to live in a spacious house with a neat finish, energy label A, lots of greenery, your own parking space, a lovely garden and only 10 minutes by bike to the ferry or 5 minutes by bike to the metro to the center of Amsterdam? Then stop searching! This end house, type drive in, meets these wishes!

You reach the entrance via the front garden with its own parking space. In addition to the meter cupboard, the hall offers access to the indoor garage, now classified as storage and laundry room. After the hall is a toilet room with sink, and stairs. The bedroom/study at the rear has its own bathroom, so for example a practice at home or a studying child who wants their own place in the house, that's easy here. The backgarden on the northwest can be reached via this room (lovely afternoon / evening sun) and here is a detached secure wooden shed. The garden is accessible through a back entrance.

Via the landing, which is very nicely enclosed with a window and door (the advantage of light from the side window, but not the heat that escapes) you enter the spacious living room with balcony at the front facing south-east, wonderful for a cup of coffee in the morning. At the rear is the neat L-shaped kitchen with fridge-freezer, dishwasher, combi-microwave, 4-burner gas hob and extractor hood. In addition to the necessary storage space, the island is equipped with an oven. On the 2nd floor a spacious landing with fine light through the side window. At the front a huge bedroom (easily divided into 2 bedrooms, plumbing work is done), a bedroom at the rear with a separate central heating / storage space and through both bedrooms you will find the bathroom with bath/shower, washbasin and 2nd toilet.

The green and child-friendly residential area Baron de Courbertin, where the house is located behind the Buiksloterdijk, can certainly be called a central location. Shops, schools, public transport (bus stop and metro within walking distance), sports facilities, petting zoo, nature reserve 't Twiske can all be found nearby. That does sound like a nice place to live! The conveniences of everywhere close by, but the peace and quiet to live.

Layout:
Ground floor: entrance, hall with meter cupboard, wardrobe, staircase, access to the garage divided as storage space and laundry room, staircase and bedroom / office at the rear with shower room with sink. French doors to the backgarden with a detached wooden shed of 8 m2 and back entrance.

1st floor: landing with large windows, spacious living room with balcony at the front, neat kitchen at the rear with a view of the garden. The kitchen has an L-shaped arrangement with a separate island and is equipped with built-in appliances with oak engineered flooring throughout.

2nd floor: spacious landing, bedroom at the front, bedroom at the rear with central heating/storage space and bathroom with bath/shower, washbasin and 2nd toilet. Berry Alloc laminate throughout.

Ground lease:
- Leasehold canon surrendered until 01-09-2044, after which the perpetual canon will apply;
- The perpetual annual canon that will apply after 01-09-2044 has been set by agreement dated 18-08-2020 at 1,440.43 (from 01-09-2044 the inflation-adjusted, perpetual canon is then due).
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-11-17
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1995

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
137 m²
Lot size
155 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Banne Buiksloot

Banne North and South were mostly built during the sixties and seventies. The streets are named after ship types and other concepts from the shipping industry. Banne South had many flats but, those have mostly been replaced by new buildings. Residential area Banne North is green and has a low-traffic rate. Banne East was also built during the nineties and consists of mainly single family houses. The Bezaanjachtplein, at the corner of the Ijdoornlaan, is the Banne-Center, realized with houses, a shopping centre, library and a multifunctional center/district house.

Spyridon Louisweg 102 1034WR Amsterdam

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