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Stadionweg 96 3 1077SR Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.575.000 

Year of construction
1930
Floor space
195 m²
Number of rooms
5

Description

Luxury double upper house of no less than 195 mē, in excellent condition and the entire interior has been decorated in architecture and design. This has created a spacious and bright house with a very high level of finish and an eye for every detail. The quality is particularly beautiful and elegant. What is special is that the house is located on leasehold until 2053 and has a spacious roof terrace in a very attractive neighborhood, including around the corner from Beethovenstraat and within walking distance of the Zuidas! Lively area but very quiet.

Location:
The apartment has a convenient, central location, in the middle of the Apollo neighborhood. Located around the corner you will find the well-known Beethovenstraat with a diverse range of exclusive shops and restaurants. Such as Ferilli's Cafe, Bar Kaspar, Huize van Wely and NH Flowers. In addition to Beethovenstraat, Stadionweg also offers shops for daily groceries as well as various specialty shops (including Marqt and Le Fournil). The well-known Cornelis Schuytstraat, P.C. Hooftstraat and the Vondelpark are within cycling distance. You are also nearby the beautiful, green Beatrix Park as well as various playgrounds for children in the area. Public transport, various roads and very well-regarded schools (both primary and secondary education) as well as childcare can be found in the immediate vicinity. The British School is around the corner and the International School is just a 5-minute bike ride away. Within walking distance of the Zuidas!

Layout:
Ground floor: very well maintained, recently renovated communal staircase. Just outside the communal entrance you have access to a communal storage room where you can put your pram, for example.

Third floor: entrance, spacious hall, through double French doors with glass, you reach the very spacious and super bright living room, consisting of a sitting area at the front and living / dining kitchen at the rear with patio doors to the balcony (7 mē). the south with unobstructed views of the green inner gardens and equipped with balcony cabinets. The open kitchen (Bulthaup) is equipped with all conceivable modern appliances, such as an induction hob, combi oven, dishwasher, separate fridge and freezer and a quooker. On this floor you can reach the spacious master bedroom from the hall, which is equipped with a beautiful built-in wardrobe, which is extra deep, creating even more storage space. There is also a separate toilet and a utility room with wardrobe. Via the internal staircase you reach the very spacious and rich landing on the fourth floor. From here you have access through French doors to the nice roof terrace which is located on the South.

Fourth floor: on this floor there are three spacious bedrooms, with fitted wardrobes and also plenty of storage space in each room that runs under the sloping roof. Here is the luxurious bathroom with a spacious walk-in shower, two sinks, bath, toilet and bidet. And also the second (guest) bathroom, with a walk-in shower, sink and toilet. Both bathrooms have underfloor heating. From the landing access to the lovely spacious roof terrace (lots of privacy and enjoy the sun until late).

Throughout the house is a solid hardwood floor laid in Norwegian point. The house has trimless recessed spotlights, beautiful baseboard finish and the paintwork is excellent. The house is so well maintained that nothing really needs to be done. Luxury and quality.

Roof terrace:
Spacious and beautifully landscaped roof terrace of 32 mē with a spectacular view! Here you can enjoy the peace, privacy and sun until late, what a pleasure!

Parking:
Paid parking applies on the public road (from 9 a.m. to midnight) with the exception of Sundays and parking through a permit system. According to information from the website of the municipality of Amsterdam, there is no waiting list for a parking permit (permit area South 2.2). Two permits are permitted for this permit area.

Deed of division and leasehold:
The house is located on continuous leasehold. The 1994 General Provisions apply. The leasehold period is from 1-3-2003 to 1-3-2053. The ground rent has been bought off until 28-2-2053. The seller has opted for perpetual redemption under the favorable conditions before January 8, 2020. The possible redemption payment is € 69.233,- or you can secure the ground rent from March 1, 2053 for € 4,010.50,-

V.v.E. (Association of Owners Stadionweg 94/96 and 98/100 corner Beethovenstraat):
The administration is professionally managed by Velzel VvE Beheer. The active V.v.E. has 8 members (7 residences and 1 commercial space). The share in the V.v.E. for the house is 200/1300 and the service costs for this apartment are 268,50 euros per month.

Particularities:
- NEN2580 living space of 195 mē;
- Beautifully landscaped roof terrace of 32 mē;
- Lovely balcony of 7 mē;
- Recently renovated staircase;
- The front of the building was painted in 2020 and the rear in 2018;
- HR C.V. boiler from 2018 (Nefit);
- Energy label D;
- 4 bedrooms
-2 bathrooms
- 3 toilets;
- HR ++ glazing;
- Year of construction 1930;
- Very conveniently located near catering and pleasant shopping streets;
- Lively area but very quiet;
- Within walking distance of the Zuidas;
- Two parking permits possible;
- Delivery in consultation.

Disclaimer:
This registration has been compiled by us with the greatest possible care. However, on our part, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All specified sizes and surfaces are indicative.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-8-28
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
1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
195 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
5
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