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Tuinbouwstraat 82 1097XZ Amsterdam

Year of construction
1924
Floor space
77 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Charming, light, upstairs apartment measuring 77 m (+ 11 m attic space) with two bedrooms, a balcony and a private front door.

LAYOUT
Private entrance and front door around the corner. Stairs to the second floor, leading into a hall with toilet. Light living room at the front of the apartment, and semi-open-plan kitchen with fitted appliances. Access to a good-sized south-facing balcony at the rear.
Two sizeable bedrooms in the sleeping area. Bathroom featuring a bath and toilet in the middle of the apartment.
The top floor is currently in use as a walk-in closet but could be used as a guest room or office.

LOCATION
The characteristic Betondorp neighbourhood in the Watergraafsmeer area is located between sports fields and Park Frankendael, close to the Oostpoort shopping centre.
Tram route 19 takes you into the centre of Amsterdam. Amstel Sation is just a 10-minute bike ride away, and the A10 ring road (Ringweg Oost) is convenient if travelling by car.
Close to the leafy green Zuivelplein square.

DETAILS
- 77 m of living space, 122.5 m GFA in accordance with NEN 2580 measuring report
- 11 m of attic space
- Storeroom measuring 4 m
- Corner location on a quiet, green square
- Good-sized, south-facing balcony
- Storeroom also suitable for bikes
- Ground rent bought off until 15 November 2054
- Application for transfer to perpetual ground lease submitted in time (in 2019), General Provisions 2000
- Homeowners association (VvE) managed professionally, monthly contribution of 248.17
- A10 ring road five minutes away by car
- Transfer subject to agreement
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-12
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
1924

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
77 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: Betondorp

Betondorp was built in the beginning of the 1920s and owes its name to a part of the area that was established from concrete. The houses used to be built for schooled workmen and civil servants. The street pattern is unique by its star-shaped semblance. Most houses have front and back gardens, combined with the fact that within this area a lot of green can be found makes this area ideal for starters.

Tuinbouwstraat 82 1097XZ Amsterdam

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Amsterdam

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Buying an apartment in Amsterdam is different from buying a house or a detached villa. In case of an apartment, you do not only have neighbours to your left and right, but often also above or underneath you. That means the ground on which the property is located belongs to multiple people. This can lead to complications when you’re trying to figure out the extra costs before buying the apartment.

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