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100 m2 living
Very bright and modern ground floor apartment of approx. 100 m2 with a spacious south-facing garden of approx. 105 m2, located in the beautiful Minerva neighborhood in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid. The apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The house is situated in a municipal monument built in 1957 in the style of Berlage.
The communal and secure entrance leads to the front door of the apartment, where the spacious hallway gives access to all rooms. The living room is located at the front and runs all the way through to the rear of the house. The dining room and modern kitchen are located at the rear side. The kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances and is very bright. The spacious garden (approx. 105 m2) with shed is reached through French doors from here and is south facing. There is a lot of sun on this side of the house.
From the hallway, both bedrooms are accessible. The master bedroom with adjacent bathroom is at the rear. This bathroom has a shower, a bathtub, a double sink, and a toilet.
The second bedroom is located at the front. Via the hallway, there is access to the second bathroom with shower and washbasin. There is a separate room with washer and dryer connections, and a separate toilet.
The entire apartment boasts a light oak herringbone floor.
-Apartment with a total living area of 99.7 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
-Spacious garden facing south (afternoon and evening sun) of approx. 105 m2 and a shed of 6.3 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
-Two bedrooms, two bathrooms;
-Municipal monument built in 1957;
-Oak herringbone floor (solid);
-Healthy and well-managed homeowner association;
-The monthly VvE service charges include advance payment of heating costs (
€ 89.25) and therefore a total of € 240.91;
-The property is located on leasehold land of the municipality of Amsterdam. The current period ends in 2055. The annual ground rent is € 2.290,- per year. The transition to perpetual leasehold has already been established through by notary. More information can be requested by contacting our office;
-The property is located in the beautiful Old South district of Amsterdam, within walking distance of, among others, the Beethovenstraat, the Vondelpark, the Zuidas and the sports fields at the Stadionplein. With a wide variety of restaurants, boutique stores and schools. From Station Zuid (near the Zuidas) there is access to all public transport and other exit roads.