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Tweede Weteringdwarsstraat 75 II 1017SV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1906
Floor space
128 m²
Number of rooms
4

Description

Tweede Weteringdwarsstraat 75-2, 1017 SV Amsterdam

Living in a quiet spot in the centre of Amsterdam, right in the heart of the Spiegelkwartier. This very light, tasteful and spacious apartment (approximately 128m²) is situated on the second and third floor. The residence is spaciously laid out and has two bedrooms with the possibility to create a third bedroom. The comfortable apartment has a lovely atmosphere and is in an outstanding location in Amsterdam.

Location/accessibility:
The residence is located in the middle of the Spiegelkwartier, Vijzelgracht, Rijksmuseum, Leidseplein and the Pijp. Very varied surroundings with lots of culture, appealing bars, cafés and restaurants, shops and well-known Amsterdam hotspots. The Tweede Weteringdwarsstraat is centrally located within walking or cycling distance of all the amenities and is easily accessible through the new metro station on the Noord-Zuidlijn as well as various tram and bus stops on the Vijzelgracht. The ‘Wetering neighbourhood’ is known as a small village in the centre of town. The street has very little traffic and is really only accessible for local traffic, and as the apartment lies mainly at the back of the building, living here is wonderfully peaceful yet with the city within easy reaching distance.

Layout:
Second floor:
Entrance hall. Access to all the rooms. Separate toilet with small sink. Half open kitchen with a 4-ring gas stove and built-in appliances. Spacious, light L-shaped living room that runs from the front to the back of the building. There is a beautiful wooden floor throughout on this floor.

Third floor:
The internal staircase takes you to the landing. Access to all the rooms. Spacious bedroom at the rear of the building. Bathroom with sink unit, toilet and walk-in shower. Laundry room with the washing machine connection. Cupboard with the central heating system. At the front of the building there is also a spacious and light bedroom with a small balcony. Both bedrooms have unique, high ceilings which provide a lot of light.

Weteringbuurt:
The streets lie within the Weteringbuurt. The names are a reminder of the Wetering, which originally ran into the Spui from outside. Here the Boerenwetering is a small leftover of this. The Schans was earlier the quayside on the inside of the city wall. The walls and quays were demolished in the first half in the nineteenth century. Sections of them were recreated as places to walk (Eerste and Tweede Weteringplantsoen) and a road was laid out which was originally called the Schans along its entire length but was later renamed Marnixstraat, Weteringschans and Sarphatistraat. The Nieuwe Weteringstraat was laid out on the site that was released by the demolition of the Meel- en Broodfabriek (Flour and Bread Factory). In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, this was the location for the paving quay. (Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam).

Details:
- Apartment right of approximately 128m2 (NEN2580 measurement report available)
- Two bedrooms with the possibility to create a third bedroom
- Freehold so no ground rent
- Quiet and low traffic street
- Monthly service costs € 189,63
- Video intercom
- Healthy, active Association of Owners
- All amenities within walking distance
- Parking under the parking permit system. Source: Amsterdam City Council’s Parking and Traffic department
- Outstanding public transport and bicycle connections
- Transfer in consultation

We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. However, we will not accept any liability for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or any other matter nor for the consequences of such. All measurements and surfaces stated are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. We advise you to engage an expert (NVM registered) estate agent who will guide you through the purchasing process. Should you have any specific desires with regard to the residence, we advise you to make these known as soon as possible to your purchasing estate agent and have an independent investigation carried out into such matters. If you do not engage an expert, you will be deemed as considering yourself to be sufficiently expert to be able to oversee all matters that could be important. The NVM terms and conditions are applicable.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-10
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
1906

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
128 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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MVA neighbourhood information: De Weteringschans

This area is known as the quiet part of Amsterdam Centrum. Amsterdam East is an environmentally friendly area with canals and important cultural buildings. These characteristics make this part of Amsterdam ideal as a residential area. Unlike downtown this area consists of many young couples who are starting with their careers. East and the eastern islands and the old harbor-area is still relatively vacant, but that will change in the upcoming years with the Weesper- and Plantagebuurt still in development.

Tweede Weteringdwarsstraat 75 II 1017SV Amsterdam

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