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Steve Bikoplein 19 IV 1092GM Amsterdam

Year of construction
1909
Floor space
77 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Fully renovated, light three-room apartment of 77 m2 (measured according to NEN standard) in the attractive and lively Transvaalbuurt in Amsterdam East. Situated on a large quiet square, which also acts as a weekday playground for the Nelson Mandela school. Top location with everything in the vicinity.

Accessed by trams number 3, 19 and 14 – and buses number 22, 37, 41 and 65. Muiderpoort and Amstel stations are both no more than a 10-minute bike ride away. A 10-minute drive takes you to the A10 East ring road and the A2.
The Oostpoort shopping centre, including a public swimming pool, the Sportfondsenbad is a five-minute walk away.
Parks Frankendael, Oosterpark and Flevopark are close by. The bars and restaurants on Linnaeusstraat and Beukenplein are within walking distance.
The Jaap Eden ice rink, Middenmeer sports complex and Drieburg sports complex can be reached within 10 to 15 minutes by bike.

The building:
The property was originally built around 1909 and was renovated in 2008/2009 when it was divided into apartments. The City of Amsterdam recently designated the building a municipal monument.

Layout:
Ground floor: Shared entrance hall and recently renovated stairwell.
Third floor: Own entrance with wardrobe and cupboard containing fuse box, stairs to fourth floor.
Fourth floor: living room with open kitchen with inbuilt appliances, fitted cupboard containing the central heating boiler and washing machine, large skylight, balcony, separate lavatory, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
There is wooden parquet flooring throughout the apartment.
The kitchen has a custom-made corner cupboard, refrigerator, oven microwave combo, five burner gas hob, stainless steel extractor hood (recirculation) and dishwasher.

Bedrooms:
The apartment has two bedrooms. The bigger room is at the rear and has an area of 11.25 m2. The second room is 10 m2. It is at the front of the apartment and has two fitted wheeled cupboards. From that room, there is a great view of the square.

Bathroom:
The spacious bathroom contains a bathtub, a walk-in shower, a wash basin and a cupboard.

Outdoor area:
The rear of the apartment was renovated in 2017. Two new wooden window frames with double glazing were fitted plus a wooden door with double glazing, giving access to a new balcony. The balcony is to the southeast with sun until late in the afternoon.

Roof terrace:
In possession of a current permit for a roof terrace, but this expires at the end of February. All documents are available for a new (and thus already approved) application, assuming there is interest in creating a roof terrace.

Tenure:
The building is freehold.

Parking:
Adequate parking space, no waiting list for parking permit.

Renovation Steve Bikoplein:
Plans recently approved to renovate Steve Bikoplain and create more green space: https://oostbegrootoudoost.amsterdam.nl/plannen4#ideaId-16590

Owners’ association:
Small owners’ association (residential) with a fixed monthly sum of € 125.91.
Meetings once or twice a year.
Multi-year maintenance plan drawn up in 2017.
Foundations recently checked and in order. Stairwell renovated in November 2017 and roofing renewed in
January 2019. Boiler new in 2017

Delivery:
Delivery is subject to consultation, preferably from April 2021 onwards.
Telephone or email us for an appointment.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-11-7
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Upper-floor apartment
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1909

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
77 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Transvaalbuurt

The Transvaalbuurt lies between the Transvaalkade, The Wibautstraat, The railroad Amsterdam, Muiderpoort and the Linnaeusstraat. There are few green facilities, but there are several initiatives from the inhibitants to create some more social gardens. Most buildings in this area are styled by the Amsterdam School, with special details. This neighbourhood is one of the areas which needed to be renewed and that is what happened. The extra effort made sure that the quality of living in this area is increased.

Steve Bikoplein 19 IV 1092GM Amsterdam

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