J.F. van Hengelstraat 69 1019TB Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 

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Spacious and very light house with 3 good bedrooms and also the possibility of a ground floor practice. The property is located in the heart of the beloved Oostelijk Havengebied on the widest street on the island of Sporenburg. Parking is possible in the street with permit and also you can (at the moment) rent a place around the corner. The highways are easily accessible as well as shopping center Brazilie. Public transport tram and bus are within walking distance. Ideal neighborhood tfor your children.

Ground floor: storage room with washing machine location; 2 large and also high bedrooms. The front bedroom has its own entrance from the street and is therefore also well suited for example as a practice; hall; Separate toilet; Bathroom with bath, shower and washbasin. First floor: bedroom; kitchen with island and built-in appliances; Extra closet under the stairs. Second floor: Living room with access to the roof terrace of approximately 26 m2 facing South.

-Surface area of ??approximately 112 m2
-3 large bedrooms
-Officially an apartment with an association of owners
-Outside maintenance via the VvE
-Purchased lease until 2046
-Parking with permit but also a parking space for rent around the corner
-Currently rented out until August 1st 2017
-Service costs 101.43 per month

Delivery in principle after August 1st 2017

This information has been compiled by us with due care. On the other hand, no liability is accepted for any incompleteness, inaccuracy or otherwise, or the consequences thereof. All dimensions and surfaces indicated are indicative. Applicable are the NVM terms and conditions.
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Sporenburg is an artificial island that was built during the 19th century. The area owes its name to the use of railroad territory by the Dutch railroads. Since the 1990s the area has been redeveloped into a residential area. The neighbourhood has some architectural eye-catchers such as - the red bridges and The Sphinx, a massive residential complex which had to attract families with children to the area.

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