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€ 825.000 k.k.
96 m2 living
Located on the waterfront, this beautifully maintained and bright 96 m2 apartment is quietly located in the Frederik Hendrik neighbourhood, on the edge of the Jordaan and Haarlemmerbuurt. The apartment is divided over two floors, has three bedrooms and a sunny balcony.
There are two communal entrance halls each with an elevator and there is a parking space in the garage under the building.
The front door is on the 4th floor and upon entering, you will find a cloakroom and toilet in the hall on the right. To the left of the entrance hall is a door to the semi-open kitchen. This entire living level was recently renovated under architecture in 2017 and this is reflected in the clean lines and neat finishes. The modern kitchen is equipped with an induction hob and luxury Siemens brand appliances.
At the rear of the first floor is the living room overlooking the Kostverlorenvaart canal. Both the rear side (living room) and the front side (kitchen) have large windows, allowing plenty of light.
Via the internal staircase you reach the upper floor with 3 bedrooms and the bathroom. The largest bedroom has a sunny balcony of 6,2 m2.
The neat bathroom is spacious and equipped with a walk-in shower, sink and toilet. There is an extra room with washing machine and dryer connections.
The flat is very centrally located, in a quiet neighbourhood in Amsterdam with a nice view of the Kattensloot. A stone’s throw (5 min. by bike) from the Westerpark, the Jordaan and the Haarlemmerdijk. Numerous popular restaurants and cafés can be found in the immediate vicinity, as well as cosy coffee shops, cinemas, beautiful boutique shops and concept stores. Central Station is at 10 minutes’ cycling distance and from there there is access to all public transport and other arterial roads. Sloterdijk Station is a 10-minute drive away and from there too, there is direct access to several arterial roads, including the A10 and A5. There are public transport connections (tram 3, tram 5 and bus line 18) within 5 minutes’ walking distance.
– Total living area of approximately 96,3 m2 (according to NEN2580);
– Balcony of approximately 6,2 m2 facing South (according to NEN2580);
– Additional storage room of approximately 5.8 m2 in the basement, accessible from a separate entrance on the ground floor;
– 2 elevators available;
– Parking space in the basement;
– 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom;
– Marmoleum flooring on the living floor and parquet on the upper floor;
– Extra storage and cupboard space next to the front door;
– Cleanly finished kitchen;
– The entire flat has double HR glazing;
– Healthy VvE, the service costs are €165,- per month;
– The flat is located on municipal leasehold. Leasehold has been bought off until 2044 and the seller had the perpetual canon at the favorable conditions of the municipality of Amsterdam recorded.