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€ 695.000 k.k.
92 m2 living
Characteristic and bright apartment of 92 m2 with building-wide balcony and 3 bedrooms, located on the 2nd and 3rd floor of a 1930’s property in the popular Rivierenbuurt.
The hallway of the apartment provides access to the living room, kitchen, and separate toilet.
The living room with classic bay window is located at the front. The original stained glass doors lead to the first bedroom, which could also be used as an office or for other purposes.
Via the authentic en-suite doors the rear of the apartment is reached, where the dining room with open kitchen is located. The kitchen is equipped with built-in appliances and is adjacent to the apartment-wide balcony of 6.5 m2. The lovely balcony (morning sun) is accessed through French doors and gives beautiful views over the green courtyard gardens.
The internal staircase in the hallway leads up to the landing on the 3rd floor, which houses features two bedrooms at the rear. The bathroom is equipped with a bathtub, shower, sink, and toilet.
Located in a quiet street in the popular Rivierenbuurt with many nice boutique stores, restaurants and cafes within walking distance. The green Martin Luther King Park, Amstelpark and Beatrixpark are all located in the vicinity. The A10 is reached in 5 minutes by car. Central Station is 15 minutes by bike and from there there is access to all public transportation and other arterial roads.
The annual canon for the current period (until January 31st, 2059) is € 1.740,41.
For the current apartment right, the change from continuous to perpetual ground lease has already been arranged.
-Total living area of 91.7 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
-Balcony facing east of 6.5 m2 (in accordance with NEN2580);
-The apartment is distributed over 1.5 floors (2nd and 3rd floor);
-1930’s house in the style of the Amsterdam School;
-Equipped with double glazing at the front and rear;
-Authentic details throughout the apartment;
-Financially healthy VvE.