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€ 1.275.000 k.k.
128 m2 living
Turn-key and fully renovated 1930s house of 128 m2. This fantastic family home is spread over two full residential floors and also features a back garden with heated gazebo and a house-wide balcony.
Located in the quiet and extra wide Kinderdijkstraat in the Rivierenbuurt (South).
A private entrance from the street side leads through the hall with guest toilet and a steel pivot door to the spacious living room. The stylish open kitchen is fitted with various Bosch appliances.
The sitting area with a characteristic bay window and stained-glass windows is located at the front.
The French doors provide access to the garden of approx. 45 m2. In the garden is a fully renovated garden house of approx. 14 m2. The multi-purpose room has electric heating and is fully insulated.
From the staircase in the hallway, the first floor can be reached. The master bedroom is located at the front, the layout is such that there is room for placing a spacious wardrobe/walk-in closet.
On the garden side are two well-sized bedrooms with access to the balcony. The modern bathroom has a double washbasin with cabinet, a walk-in shower, a bathtub and underfloor heating. From the hall there is a separate laundry room with space and connection for a washing machine and dryer. There is a separate toilet.
Kinderdijkstraat is extremely convenient and quietly located, from here the city centre can be reached by bike in 10 minutes. In the vicinity are numerous restaurants, specialty shops, primary and secondary schools, day-care and sports facilities. Public transport (bus, train/metro and tram) is at walking distance. Accessibility by own transport is more than excellent, right around the corner are the arterial roads with connection to the ring road (A2 and A10).
– Living area of approx. 128 m2, including garden house (according to NEN2580);
– Built in 1937 and highly renovated in 2022;
– Energy label C;
– Lovely garden of approximately 45 m2 and a residential balcony of approximately 6 m2 both facing East;
– Retaining characteristic 1930s details;
– Modern kitchen with Bosch appliances and Quooker tap;
– Private entrance from street side;
– Three well-sized bedrooms;
– Integrated recessed spotlights throughout the house;
– Subject to division into 2 apartment rights;
– Located on municipal ground lease, the current continuous time slot last till September 2060. More information about the (indicatieve) leasehold available upon request;
– Home owner assocation (2 members) is in formation;
– Project notary: Kuin van Overbeek;
– Delivery in consultation.