KNSM-laan 753 1019LJ Amsterdam

Asking price € 450.000 

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Description

Tasteful apartment of approx. 105 mē with a spacious sunny balcony, elevator and wide view of the lively IJ. The house has a contemporary layout with a bright living room, study and two bedrooms.

Layout:
There is a spacious common entrance with elevator. The property is located on the first and second floors of the building. On the first floor is the entrance with toilet and space for a wardrobe. There is a bathroom with a sink and shower. Furthermore, there are two main bedrooms.
The internal staircase gives access to the living area with a study room on the back with a sliding door to the south-facing balcony. At the front is the living room. There is a central dense kitchen.

In the substructure is a separate storage.

Location:
The property is located on KNSM Island. A childsafe environment with lots of playgrounds, squares, bathing jetties and water sports facilities.

Shopping centre Brazilië offers an extensive range of shops and amenities. Within walking distance of the trendy Czaar Peterstraat and Veemkade.

The new North area, including restaurant Hangar, Hotel de Goudfazant and cinema FC Hyena, is easily accessible by ferry.

Specifics:
- Use surface area approx. 105 mē
- Sunny balcony
- Elevator
- Spacious living area
- Storage of approx. 5 mē
- Located on leasehold land, AB 1966, current period 01-11-1991 until 31-10-2041, leasehold has been bought

For more information, see the brochure and floor plans on our site!
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
7-6-2017
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1993

Surfaces and content

Floor space
105 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
4

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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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