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Veerstraat 64 I 1075SX Amsterdam

Year of construction
1913
Floor space
58 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Elegant apartment on the first floor, nearly 58 sqm with two balconies and two bedrooms. The property's dimensions are generous, featuring a bright living space with a dining and sitting area.

Veerstraat is a quiet, sought-after, lovely street in Schinkel Quarter with an annual block party and a real sense of community. This fabulous location is around the corner from Zeilstraat, Sloterkade, Amstelveenseweg and Vondelpark.

Layout:
The communal entrance leads to the apartment on the first floor. Open-plan hall. The living room features a dining area and a sitting area at the front with French doors to a wide Juliette balcony. The apartment also features a good-sized side room which can also serve as an ideal study.

At the rear of the apartment is the bedroom with a sink and doors to the balcony. The bathroom is fitted with a shower and a toilet. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator/freezer, range, a dishwasher and the fittings for the laundry machine.
Specifications

• Freehold property
• Small-scale, well-organized HOA (management by Totaal VvE beheer)
• 1/5 share in the HOA
• Long-term maintenance plan in effect until 2027
• Front and rear facades repainted in 2016
• Savings of ca. € 14,260 (on 31-12-2020)
• Intergas central heating unit 2001 (most recent maintenance in Feb 2021)

Area
Situated in a quiet neighborhood in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid within walking distance of Vondelpark and Hoofddorpplein.

The area is home to countless lovely restaurants and charming cafes, including Gent aan de Schinkel, Cafe Van Mechelen, Bedier, Indonesian restaurant Blauw and Ron Gastrobar.

On Zeilstraat, Amstelveenseweg and Hoofddorpplein you will find an assortment of delis, good bakeries, several supermarkets and coffee bars.

The property is in a central location relative to the A10 beltway (S-108) and is easily accessible by public transportation (tram 2 and bus 15, 62 and 358).
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-6-18
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
1913

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
58 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Schinkelbuurt

The Schinkelbuurt is a 19th century neighbourhood in between the Vondelpark and the Schinkel. This neighbourhood is appealing to starters and beginning entrepreneurs. Several residential areas can be found within the neighbourhood, which are all built in style of the “Amsterdamse School” and part of the Plan South van Berlage. Several sport facilities can also be found within this neighbourhood.

Veerstraat 64 I 1075SX Amsterdam

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