Harry Koningsbergerstraat 192 1063AH Amsterdam

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Description

Live in a monumental building close to Westerpark, with privacy on a pleasant location in West! The building from 1958 was specially designed by architects Jan Rietveld and P.R. Bloemsma. An ideal home for starters or people looking for a second home in Amsterdam at an affordable price.

The wellmaintained house has large windows across the full width of the home. There is a round balcony where you can enjoy your privacy.

LAYOUT
Ground floor: communal entrance with letterboxes and access to lift or stairs. Fourth floor: hall/entrance. Living room with access to balcony. Separate toilet. Shower. Large sleeping room. There is a private storage on the ground floor.

LOCATION
Located at an easily accessibly location with the Westerpark, C.S. Sloterdijk and shops in the direct vicinity. You can reach the A-10 or the A-5 (Westrandweg) in the direction of Haarlem, Hoofddorp and Zaandam within a short time. Public transport facilities are at walking distance. Parking is possible in front of the door with a permit (also blue zone) for which there is currently no waiting time.

PARTICULARITIES
- Active and healthy HOA with professional manager;
- Service costs 154 per month;
- Two new gas heaters;
- The house is well insulated (double glass);
- Fixed low ground rent of 39.29 per year up to September 15, 2031.

Listed by a MVA Certified Expat Broker.
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
18-5-2017
Status
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
Immediately

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1958

Surfaces and content

Floor space
48 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
2

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Geuzenveld was built during the 1950s and 1960s and is part of the western Garden-villages. Slotermeer was the first western garden village which was designed by the principles of the General Expansion Plan. This plan included building houses which had as much sun and natural sunlight as possible. A part of Slotermeer has a protected city view, which means that this part has a protected development plan and several other restrictions. The main reason for this protection is because this area is one of the greenest parts of Amsterdam with more than four parks available.

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