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Wijkergouw 29 1023NV Amsterdam

Year of construction
1924
Floor space
72 m²
Number of rooms
4
Lot size
188 m²

Description

This charming semi-detached house is located in the picturesque village of Schellingwoude.
The unique location makes this house special!

General:
This charming house from 1924 is situated on a piece of land, large 1 are and 88 centiares, with a view at the front of meadows surrounded by allotments.

This house needs to be renovated; after applying for and providing the necessary permits, it is possible to extend the house at the rear.

And all this within the A10 ring road, a ten-minute drive from the heart of Amsterdam.

Location:
Living in Schellingwoude means “living outside” (it is part of Landelijk Noord) and at the same time experiencing the connection with the city.

Living at the “Gouwtje” is also fantastic for children, growing up with sheep and horses for a view, building huts, climbing trees, it's all possible at this unique place.
The Landmarkt, an organic supermarket at the end of the dike, there is daily shopping, but you can also easily reach IJburg, Waterlandplein and Boven't Y by bike. Besides the supermarkets, many other shops can also be found here.

Layout:
Via a bridge and the garden you walk past the house, back inside. Here you will find the kitchen, the hall, storage cupboard and the living-dining room with French doors to the spacious garden.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, a simple bathroom with toilet, sink and shower and a loft.

Outdoor space:
In the spacious backyard is the terrace and three -size- different barns.

Living area:
The living area is 72 m² (124 m2 GFA). This does not include the shed, storage cupboards and the garden.
The property was measured on site by an external agency in accordance with NEN2580, this report is of course available for inspection.

Construction year:
The house was built in 1924.

Land ownership situation:
The house is located on OWN land.

Particularities:
- Partially equipped with double glazing
- Own ground
- Living area 72 m² (gross 124 m2), excluding sheds and garden.
The measurement report and the calculation are available for inspection
- Heating via gas heaters
- Energy label G
- Protected townscape
- buyer buys the property "as is, where is"
- Parking is free
- Delivery in consultation

We would like to invite you to schedule a viewing!

This house has its own website via Wijkergouw29.nl

Here you will find everything beautifully mapped out with, among other things, the cadastral data, the list of cases, the measurement report, full screen photos as well as information about the neighborhood, a "street view" and the solar boundary.

The registration has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
Sellers have not lived in the house themselves and are also not aware of the presence of asbestos and / or defects in the house; an old age clause will be included in the deed of sale.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-4-10
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1924

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
72 m²
Lot size
188 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Waterland

Surrounded by meadows Broek in Waterland seems to be a real farming village. However it used to be a small port village, where captains and rich merchants lived during the 17th century. Their money made Broek in Waterland one of the most prosperous villages of Waterland. These merchants built big houses with beautiful interiors, some of these monumental houses are still in their original state.

Wijkergouw 29 1023NV Amsterdam

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