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Wouwermanstraat 42 II+III 1071MA Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.195.000 

Year of construction
1906-1930
Floor space
140 m²
Number of rooms
6

Description

In one of the most beautiful and quietest streets of Amsterdam Oud Zuid, you will find this beautiful double upper house of 140mē divided over the second and third floor with a spacious and sunny roof terrace of 45mē!

The apartment has its own entrance on the ground floor and the complex is located on its own ground (no leasehold). Due to the many windows the apartment is very bright and because of the more then 3 meter high ceilings the house feels very spacious. Many old elements have been preserved, such as the beautiful moldings on the ceilings, wooden slidding doors and last but not least a working fireplace in the living room!

SURROUNDINGS:
The apartment is located in a unique location in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, in the Museum Quarter with Het Rijks, Het Stedelijk and the Van Gogh Museum within easy reach. A short distance from the Concertgebouw which can be seen from the roofterrace, the Vondelpark, the PC Hooftstraat and the cozy Pijp. For recreation, you can walk to the beautiful Vondelpark within a few minutes. The neighborhood is also very child-friendly with a primary school at the end of the street and a playground around the corner. The house is easily accessible by car from the A-10 ring road (via exit S107 / S108). There are also countless options for public transport.

LAYOUT:
Private entrance on the ground floor to the 2nd floor.

2nd floor:
Bedrooms
Spacious bedroom with dressing room, which is equipped with a wall of closet space. This bedroom is located at the back of the building and has a French balcony. There are two bedrooms at the front; one small bedroom with fixed cupboard for the electricity and watermeters, as well as internet. One large bedroom with a wall of closet space and French doors onto a balcony at the front.

Bathroom
Well maintainded bathroom equipped with a bath, walk-in shower, double sink, towel radiator and the connection for the washing machine and dryer.

On the landing there is a toilet with hand basin and the staircase to the 3rd floor.

3th floor:
Living room and kitchen
Spacious bright L-shaped living room with fireplace and wooden sliding doors. Dining room with nice open-plan kitchen with various built-in appliances and a French balcony. Landing with toilet and sink and a fixed storage cupboard. From the landing there is a fixed open staircase to the roof box, where the central heating combi boiler is located.

From this roof box you have access to the spacious and sunny roof terrace of 45mē! Artificial grass has been laid over the wooden decking, which makes it feel like a garden!

PARTICULARITIES:
-Living area 140mē
-Own ground
-Spacious roof terrace of 45mē
-Roof construction with electricity and water connection
-Wooden frames with double glazing
-High ceilings
-VVE contribution of € 250 per quarter
-Delivery in consultation
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-3-26
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
1906-1930

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
140 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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Wouwermanstraat 42 II+III 1071MA Amsterdam

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