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Zaanstraat 329 1013SE Amsterdam

Asking price € 450.000 

Year of construction
1919
Floor space
62 m²
Number of rooms
3

Description

This magnificent apartment of 62 m2 is situated on the second floor of a beautiful renovated monumental building in the popular Spaarndammerbuurt. This apartment has a wide view, a spacious living room with half open kitchen, 2 bedrooms, a balcony and an extra storage.

Description:
Via the characteristic hard stone steps you reach the communal entrance to the apartments with a private entrance to this apartment on the second floor. The entrance hall provides room for a coatrack, leading to the central hallway. The living room with half open kitchen is situated in the front of the apartment and has a view over 3 windows wide and ensuring lots of light. The kitchen is equipped with a 5-burner stove, extraction hood, combi-oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The two bedrooms are situated in the rear. The main bedroom has doors opening onto the balcony with a view over the Zaanhof. The bathroom is centrally situated and has a walk-in shower, washbasin, toilet and the connection for a washing machine. The separate toilet with washbasin is located in the hallway. On the ground floor you can find an extra storage space.

Features and details:
- Apartment of 62 m2 on the second floor
- 2 bedrooms
- Living room with half open kitchen
- Storage room of 3,5 m2 on the ground floor
- Double glazing with wooden frames
- Monumental building renovated in 2011
- Ground lease pre-paid until 31-12-2059
- Association of owners monthly service charges €122,15
- No energy label necessary since it is a monumental building

Location:
The property is located in the middle of the Spaarndammerbuurt near the Westerpark. The neighborhood is known for the architecture of the "Amsterdam School". There are numerous courtyards, vistas and architectural eye-catchers, such as "Het Schip" by architect Michel de Klerk. Furthermore, all the facilities you need are at hand. In the meighborhood are several nice restaurants such as Café De Walvis, Bar Mick, Pinsa’s, Restaurant Freud, and Pont 13 and the REM island in the Houthavens. But there are also many shops in the Spaarndammerstraat, the Bredius swimming pool and of course the Westerpark. Within walking distance the ferry from the Pontsteiger crosses directly towards the NDSM wharf and the Distelweg. In the Westerpark you can visit all kinds of cultural activities and trendy catering establishments throughout the year, such as Pacific Amsterdam, the Westergasfabriek and Het Ketelhuis (cinema). Furthermore, the cozy Haarlemmerdijk and the Jordaan are also nearby. By public transport you can quickly get to and from Central Station, Sloterdijk Station or the Center, and the A-10 ring road can be easily reached by car.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-9-24
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
1919

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
62 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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MVA neighbourhood information: Spaarndammer- en Zeeheldenbuurt

The Spaarndammerbuurt originates from the 19th century and is originally a real Amsterdam neighbourhood. Recently the area underwent a real transformation. A big part of the neighbourhood is renovated and several streets, plaza’s and gardens were re-organized. The North side of this neighbourhood is more residential area and in the future this will expand in the direction of the IJ.

Zaanstraat 329 1013SE Amsterdam

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