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Timorstraat 3 II 1094CD Amsterdam

Asking price € 345.000 

Year of construction
1914
Floor space
51 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

***This Property is listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker***

Bright and well-laid out 3-room apartment with balcony at the rear and a French balcony at the front. The bedrooms are both a good size, which means the apartment is also suitable for two persons sharing. The building was split in 2006, then thoroughly renovated and is well-maintained. The property is located along a large square in an excellent location, in the heart of Indische Buurt.

Layout
Communal stairwell to the second floor. Entrance and hall, which provides access to all the rooms. The bright and airy living room and open plan kitchen are situated at the sunny (south-facing) front of the apartment and has a small French balcony. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and washbasin. The two bedrooms are located at the rear of the apartment. The master bedroom has access to the balcony, which is spacious enough for two people to have a drink or dine outside. This balcony catches the evening sun in spring time. On hot days, it is a great place to sit in the shade and enjoy the breeze.

Surrounding area
The apartment is located along a large square, across the road from Studio K cinema. Indische Buurt is a popular area with lots facilities, shops, bars, restaurants and coffee bars. Flevopark is also within walking distance. The area is also easily accessible by car; the A-10 motorway is just 5 minutes away. It is a quiet area to live, whilst also having everything you need close at hand. The area has ample parking space and excellent public transport links (bus, tram and the Muiderpoort train station practically on your doorstep). This area has rapidly grown into one of the most popular parts of Amsterdam.

Specifics/facilities
- Living area: 51 m2 (measurement report available);
- Year of construction 1914
- Low ground rent until 2038, after which the 2016 General Provisions apply (with annual ground rent payment)
- Central heating boiler (Remeha, 2006)
- Small Owners’ Association (5 apartments)
- Stairwell has recently been renovated
- PVC windows/door frames with insulated glass

Property charges
- Annual property tax: € 145.09
- Annual sewer charges: € 144
- Annual ground rent € 45.06
- Monthly contribution Owners’ Association: € 65

The purchase contract shall include a clause stating that we have invited the prospective buyers to have their own measurement of the property carried out. Should the prospective buyers decide not to have such a measurement carried out, they automatically indemnify Pappie & Van der Zee Makelaars o/g and the owners of the property against any liability.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-1
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
1914

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
51 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Indische Buurt West

The Indische Buurt is a neighbourhood is Amsterdam East. All the street names within this area are named after island and other geographical locations. The neighbourhood has a high social cohesion. A high percentage of the inhabitants are from different cultures which gives the neighborhood a multicultural feeling, some say that more than a hundred languages are spoken in this neighbourhood. The Sumatraplantsoenbuurt lies within the Indische Buurt(west). This area is the most densely populated part of Amsterdam East. The main part of this area is residential, only within the Molukkenstraat can be found several shops and other facilities. Although the biggest part of this area is residential this area is considered to be a safe place with recreation facilities.

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