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Waldenlaan 73 1093NH Amsterdam

Asking price € 475.000 

Year of construction
2013
Floor space
81 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

Spacious, modern, bright and very practical 3-room apartment of 81 m² with a lovely sunny balcony and private storage in the basement. The property is part of a new-build complex completed in 2013 and is located on the 2nd floor. The property is well finished and the complex has several lifts and a beautifully landscaped courtyard.

Location:
A lively residential area with all amenities close by. Oostpoort is the new center of East Amsterdam; a bustling city-in-city, in the middle of Amsterdam. Atmospheric due to the mix of old historic buildings from the former Oostergasfabriek combined with beautiful new construction. The new complex is just around the corner from the Oosterpark, only 10 minutes by bike from the center. Located in "hot & happening" Amsterdam East, around the corner from Michel-Inn and close to Beukenplein with Maxwell, Smoking Barrels and Bar Bukowski / Henry’s Bar. All facilities are within reach. For the (daily) groceries, the Albert Heijn in the new shopping mall Oostpoort, Marqt on the Linnaeusstraat and the local shops including the Beukenplein and the Dappermarkt are within walking distance. This also applies to Frankendael Park. The accessibility is excellent. By public transport (various metro, tram and bus connections) you can get in and out of the city in a short time and by car the highway A10 and A2 can be reached within a few minutes.

Layout:
Entrance, hall with meter cupboard. At the front there are 2 spacious bedrooms. Also from the hall access to the modern bathroom with walk-in shower, sink and bathtub. The toilet is located next to the bathroom. Storage room with connection for washing machine and dryer and a second storage room with the central heating unit The wide and bright living room is located at the rear with a cozy open kitchen with built-in appliances with a semi cooking island and access to the lovely sunny balcony.

The apartments on the square and the shopping street are characterized by the Amsterdamse School style and have a 'cozy' appearance. The most striking are the round drum facades with upright brickwork. Further down the street the façade flows into a serpentine façade: a composition of masonry in different colors. Comfort and luxury forms the base for this apartment. The wooden frames with blunt doors immediately give the room a warm feeling. The plumbing fixtures from Villeroy & Boch and the Grohe faucets are examples of the high quality that characterizes this apartment. The beautifully landscaped and well-maintained communal inner garden has its own jeux de boule court. Here, subdued colors and clean lines ensure peace and a wonderfully relaxed feeling.

Deed of division and ground lease:
The complex was divided in 2010 into 158 apartment rights. The General Provisions for leasehold 2000 apply. The annual ground rent is 1.359,- euros for the home and storage, and is in principle deductible from income tax. End of period per June 15, 2060.

V.v.E. Oostpoort 3:
The V.v.E. is healthy, active and is professionally managed by Munnik B.V. The service costs amount to 105,- euros per month for the home and storage. The administrator is responsible for the financial and administrative management and the administrative and technical support.

Particularities:
- NEN2580 living space of 80,90 m²;
- Sunny balcony of 4,90 m²;
- Own storage in the basement of 5,10 m²;
- 2nd floor;
- In the middle of the shopping street, but in a quiet location;
- Complex has several lifts;
- 2 spacious bedrooms;
- Well insulated, including double glazing;
- Energy label A;
- Central heating unit Intergas Kombi Kompakt HRE from 2013;
- Year of construction 2013;
- Delivery in consultation.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-27
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
2013

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
81 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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