A charming ground floor apartment of approximately 76 sqm. with a patio of about 6 sqm. situated in a beautiful location in the middle of one of the oldest parts of Amsterdam. The apartment is divided over two floors, with the ground floor a spacious living room with open kitchen and French doors opening to the patio, and the basement which has a very large bedroom with walk-in closet. The basement has a standing height of 1.82 meters under the beams and 1.97 meters between the beams.
Situated in the centre of Amsterdam, in an area that maintains a peaceful ambience. The Korte Keizerstraat is located a couple of minutes' walk from the Nieuwmarkt, between the Oude Schans and Kromboomsloot. Within walking distance of the Central Station as well as the Waterlooplein and Oosterdokseiland. The neighborhood has a wide range of restaurants, cafes and nightlife. For your daily shopping you can find a great variety of shops in the vicinity, and there is an organic market at the Nieuwmarkt every Saturday. You can also find the Public Library, museums such as NEMO and the Maritime Museum nearby. The University of Amsterdam has several locations in the vicinity.
Early 16th century the area where the Korte Keizerstraat is now was put into use as a port, called Lastage. Late 16th century the shipyards of Lastage were expropriated by the city and a residential area was built. The naming of these new streets in Lastage such as Jonkerstraat, Ridderstraat, Keizersstraat en Koningsstraat is the earliest example in the Netherlands of the naming of streets by a government. The name choices were unusual because the Netherlands was a republic at that time.
The house is easily accessible both by car and public transport. On Nieuwmarkt you’ll find stops for subway lines 51, 53 and 54 and the Central Station is within walking distance. By car via the S116 and S114 you can reach the highway A10 within no time.
Central entrance on the ground floor. You enter the house from a private entrance from which you access the living room of the apartment, with an original glass façade that allows a great deal of light into the room. The lounge looks onto the street, and the semi-open kitchen with appliances is at the rear. Through French doors at the back you have access to the cozy patio. Behind the kitchen you’ll find the modern bathroom with bath with shower, sink and toilet.
Stairs lead to the bedroom in the basement. The bedroom is exceptionally spacious and has a beautiful beamed ceiling and a spacious walk-in closet at the rear. There is plenty of accession of daylight because of the windows cq. second entrance on the street side and a window in the ceiling at the rear.
- Own ground;
- Listed building;
- Unique location, a peaceful street right in the Centre;
- Approximately 76.4 sqm living space excluding patio of approximately 6 sqm;
- Good Owners Association, with four members and a reserve fund.
The living area is approximately 76.4 sqm excluding patio of approximately 6 sqm and is divided as follows:
Ground floor approximately 39.90 sqm
Basement approximately 36.50 sqm
Taxes in 2016
WOZ value: € 325.000, - (reference date 01-01-2016)
Waterboard Tax: € ...
Sewage tax: € 150.90
Property tax: € .....
"The Association of Owners Korte Keizerstraat 9 Amsterdam" consisting of 5 apartment rights. This property consisting of apartment rights with index 1 and 2 has a total of 10/30th share in the community and 10 of the total 30 votes in the meeting.
The service charge is currently € 150, - per month and includes i.a. building insurance, electricity in common staircase and a reserve for maintenance. There is currently approximately € 10500,- in reserve (balance in November 2016). The association has commissioned the painting of the front of the building in 2015.
In the current state, vacant and vacated.
Notices and Environment
There are no records of notices served by the municipality and there is no known oil tank in accordance with the available information from the relevant authorities.
Information about the foundations of the building can be obtained at the Department of Building and Housing of the relevant district, phone number 14020.
Paid parking on public roads and through the licensing system (license area Centre 1). There is currently a waiting period of approximately 19 months, but it is possible to apply for an overspill permit. There are several car parks within walking distance i.a. underneath department store the Bijenkorf and under the Waterlooplein and there are parking spaces for rent in the vicinity. More information about parking can also be found on the website of the municipality of Amsterdam.
Preference is given to a notary office in Amsterdam.
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