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Watteaustraat 21 III 1077ZK Amsterdam

Year of construction
1938
Floor space
151 m²
Number of rooms
7

Description

Spacious and bright upper-level duplex spanning ca. 151 sqm with a sunny roof deck

Situated in a quiet and leafy area immediately around the corner from Stadionkade.
The property is on the top two floors of a beautiful 1930s block of buildings which is a part of architect Berlage's "Plan Zuid".

Layout.
Stone steps outside and a communal stairwell.

Entrance on the third floor to a hall with a guest restroom and the meter cupboard. Spacious living space with pocket doors with the bright living room at the front with a bay window. The dining room is at the rear and accesses an intimate balcony.

Original pocket doors with stained glass separate the dining room from the living room. At the front are two (bed)rooms, one of which can be accessed by sliding doors from the living area.

The basic kitchen is at the rear and features a door to the second balcony.
The master bedroom includes a private bathroom with a shower and sink.

The fourth floor features two spacious bedrooms, the largest has French doors to a large, sunny ca. 30 sqm roof deck. The second bathroom is fitted with a shower, sink and toilet.

Specifications
• Usable residential floor area 151 sqm
• Roof deck ca. 30 sqm
• Two balconies
• Energy label F
• The property is in a protected cityscape.
• Rear facade woodwork repainted in 2020.
• HOA management outsourced to Ter Linden en Heijer.
• Long-term HOA maintenance plan is in effect ("MJOP").
• The purchase agreement will include a property age clause and a non-owner-occupied clause
• The ground lease is prepaid until February 15, 2056. The municipality of Amsterdam will allow the leaseholder to settle the ground lease for the everlasting ground lease period for the amount of €56.000,-

Area
Prime location in Minervaplein Quarter within walking distance of Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and Olympiaplein.

The area is home to shops/venues including Le Fournil artisanal French bakery, Spaghetteria and Marqt.

Excellent connectivity by public transportation and via Station Zuid. Parking is available nearly immediately out front of the building.

Multiple easy and quick routes to the A10 beltway.

An area with wide sidewalks and ample playgrounds for children. An extremely central location relative to schools and shops.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-24
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
1938

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
151 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
7
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Watteaustraat 21 III 1077ZK Amsterdam

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