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Veembroederhof 148 - 6 1019HC Amsterdam

Asking price € 525.000 

Year of construction
2006
Floor space
91 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Description
Close to the Central Station, three-room apartment located on the sixth floor of the apartment complex “De Loodsen” with a view over the city. The apartment complex with elevator was built in 2006. This spacious and well-maintained apartment comprises 90.4 m2 floor space, a south-west facing balcony of 3.6 m2 and a storage area on the ground floor of 5.2 m2 (NEN2580 measurement report available). As well as your own parking place in the underground parking garage which is also accessible from within the building. It also has a communal bicycle garage.

Layout
Via the well-maintained entrance, you can take the elevator up to the sixth floor. You then enter the apartment via a spacious hallway that provides access to all the rooms. From the living room with open kitchen, you have a fantastic view over the city through the five large floor to ceiling windows. These windows create a lovely spacious feeling and are situated on the south and the west. The open kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances and an adjacent south-west facing balcony / terrace. Two bedrooms, bathroom with bath, separate toilet and a central heating unit/washing machine area. The apartment has a light cast floor with underfloor heating.
Parking / storage area
The apartment comes with a private storage area, a communal bicycle garage and a parking place on the ground floor which is included in the price. In addition, guests can make use of a public (paid) parking garage.

Surrounding area
The Veembroederhof is located on the river het IJ, to the east of the Central Station. High-quality apartment complexes have been realised here in combination with renovated traditional warehouses, resulting in a very attractive combination. The shopping centre Brazilië is within walking distance and contains supermarkets and stores (such as Albert Heijn, Jumbo, Odin, Grape District, Marqt) and a pharmacy, various schools, a caterer, home decoration stores such as Pol’s Potten and Sissy Boy Homeland, sports clubs, the Lloyd Hotel, Club Panama, Anne & Max, Pata Negra, De Zuid, Bombarie, Marine terrein, Scheepskameel and Hannekes Boom. The Javastraat and Czaar Peterstraat are also within walking distance with many trendy shops and restaurants. There is an organic market on Wednesdays. For water lovers, there is a small neighbourhood harbour, or close by a harbour for yachts and a sail school. In addition, there are various docks to moor your boat before motoring through the canals of Amsterdam or from which you can take a refreshing dip.

Accessibility
By bike, you are in the city centre in 10 minutes and at the Central Station in 5 minutes. Good public transport connections to the East and West and tram 7 or 26 will take you to the city centre or the Central Station in no time. With the Oostveer ferry or the ferry at the Central Station, you have a very good connection with Amsterdam Noord. By car you can reach the A10 motorway in a few minutes via the Piet Hein tunnel.

Service charges
The service charges amount to €178.93 per month for the apartment and € 26.58 for the parking place. The Owners’ Association (VVE) is managed professionally by Munnik VVE Beheer and there is a Multi-year Maintenance Plan (MJOP).

To summarize
A lovely apartment with your own parking place, two bedrooms, a great view, a lot of light, balcony, space and privacy, in the middle of the city. The city at your feet .... The advantages of the old city centre but not the disadvantages and the enjoyment of a modern apartment (2006).

Ground rent
The apartment complex is located on municipal ground rent land. The annual ground rent payment amounts to € 3,124.55 for the apartment and € 349.11 for the parking place. This ground rent payment is tax deductible when it concerns an owner inhabited residence. The ground rent conditions of the municipality Amsterdam 2000 apply therefore an annual inflation indexation less 1%. The seller has applied for a switch before 8 January 2020 and has opted for an annual ground rent payment for after 31 January 2053 of € 1,064.81 for the apartment and € 164.32 for the parking place. This offer has to be notarised by a notary before 7 October 2021.
Until that date, it is still possible to switch to buying off the ground rent after 2053 for € 18,729 for the apartment and € 2,890 for the parking place. The payment for buying off the current ground rent period and the perpetual ground rent period amounts to € 81,483 for the apartment and € 9,902 for the parking place.

Specifications
Energy label A
Own parking place and storage area within the apartment complex
Professionally managed Owners’ Association with Multi-year Maintenance Plan
Underfloor heating throughout the whole apartment
South west-facing balcony with view over the city
Year of construction 2006, well-insulated with double glazing
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-2-14
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment block with porches
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2006

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
91 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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