Characteristic, very spacious (9 rooms) and especially light double upper house of 220m2 with private entrance and sheltered roof terrace of approximately 30m2. It is a unique large house with unobstructed views of the Singelgracht, Jordaan and the Westertoren. One of the special details and must-see is the old stone spiral staircase that runs from the hall on the 1st floor to the 4th floor.
The Nassaukade is a street in Amsterdam-West, on the banks of the Singelgracht. The Nassaukade, together with the Stadhouderskade and the Mauritskade, is the Amsterdam inner ring. Nassaukade 123 is located between the Second Hugo de Grootstraat and the Hugo de Grootkade, near the Raampoort bridge in the extension of the Bloemgracht. The house is located just a stone's throw from the Jordaan, but also around the corner of the nice shops and restaurants on the Second Hugo de Grootstraat and Hugo de Grootplein.
Public transport options are in the form of tram lines 3 and 10 and some bus lines. Paid parking (via licensing system) on public road. Within minutes, the A10-west is accessible via the S105.
The entrance of the house is located on a sort of intermediate floor (entresol) between the ground floor and the first floor, which is accessible via a natural stone staircase.
Entrance hall: characteristic hall with wardrobe and two different stairwells to both the third and fourth floors.
The third floor has a hall with separate toilet and access to all rooms. The second staircase is also in the hall. Very spacious living room of about 50m2 with patio doors to the front and rear balconies. The living room has a side room on the front, from which also a staircase leads to the fourth floor. At the rear there are three rooms that can be used as a bedroom, bathroom or kitchen, but there is also one large kitchen kitchen.
The fourth floor is still completely self-contained, with 4 spacious bedrooms and multiple bathrooms. At the back is a balcony. A roof terrace is laid out on the roof of the fourth floor. The accessibility of this roof terrace (currently via a roof rack) is also determined by the buyer.
• The building is externally in excellent condition. This because the property has recently been split into 4
apartment rights, which complies with the building requirements imposed by the municipality of Amsterdam.
• The foundation has a quality code II (minimum 25 years maintenance free).
• The roof of the building has been renewed.
• The outdoor windows have been painted recently.
• All pipes of gas, water and electricity have been tested and found well.
• Internally, the property needs to be renovated, bringing buyer to its own taste and insight and for its own account
and risk reassigning and reducing the property
• Year of construction: 1910
• Architect: Tj. Kuipers, among others architect of the Seven Lands Houses on the Roemer Visscherstraat in
• Living space: 220m2 and 10m2 built outdoor space (NEN 2580) and a roof terrace of approximately 30m2.
• The building is located on a municipal leasehold. The general provisions of 2000 apply. The
The current period runs until 31 July 2034. The canon must be determined by splitting, but
will be about € 500,-- a year.
• The association of owners "De Nassaustaete" has 4 members. Each member has 1 vote. The share in the community
will be about 285 / 778e. The service costs can still be determined.
• The buyer is responsible for the separate floor property between the third floor and the building
underlying second floor sufficient to insulate.
• Delivery by project notary seller, Buma-Algera Notary in Amsterdam.
The project Singelgrachtgarage Marnix will be launched.
For more information, refer to www.amsterdam.nl/projecten/singelgrachtgarage
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