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59 m2 living
Beautiful modern and stylish two bedroom apartment (59 m2) built in Amsterdam School style with a lovely sunny roof terrace and balcony.
This lovely spacious apartment is located in a quiet side street of the characteristic Rijpgracht in Amsterdam West, with the Spaghetteria and the green Erasmus Park around the corner.
A beautiful wide staircase gives access to the entrance of the house on the second floor where the wardrobe and storage space is (with washer and dryer connections). This floor has a spacious, bright living room with open kitchen adjacent to the balcony (west). The bedroom is located at the rear and in the middle a bathroom. The bathroom has a shower, sink, toilet.
On the third floor is a very bright bedroom (ridge height 3.25 m) with work and storage space and it provides access to the roof terrace. From both the balcony and the roof terrace there is a beautiful view over the well maintained courtyard.
The house is located on the Joris van Andringastraat. A friendly and quiet street in Landlust and around the corner from the Erasmus Park: the perfect place for a nice walk or coffee at Terrasmus. There are several nice cafes, delicious restaurants and stores nearby. For daily shopping, the Jan van Galenstraat is within walking distance. For a fun night out you are within a few minutes by bike in the Jordaan or the bustling center of Amsterdam.
The house is easily accessible by public transport (tram 19, bus 80 and station Sloterdijk) and the A10 highway can be reached within a few minutes by car. Currently there is no waiting list for obtaining a parking permit (permit area West-3.1) and there is more than enough parking in front of the house.
– Total living area of 59 m2 (according to NEN2580);
– 2 bedrooms;
– Sunny located roof terrace (14 m2) and balcony (8 m2) on the west;
– Well maintained, modern kitchen and bathroom;
– Quality, well maintained wooden floor throughout the house;
– Well insulated (all double glazed);
– Bicycle storage is on the first floor and closed;
– Healthy VvE (service costs € 88.29 per month);
– Renovation building completed in 2009
– The ground rent has been purchased in perpetuity;
– Located in a nice, sought after neighborhood in Amsterdam West, near the Willem de Zwijgerlaan, the Admiraal de Ruijterweg and just 5 minutes by bike from the Westerpark and the centre;
– Parking in front of the house. Parking permit area West-3.1;
– Energy label A.