Willem Baerdesenstraat 4 1067XX AMSTERDAM

Asking price € 249.500 k.k.

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Description

Spacious, light and all ground floor 4-room apartment of 105 m2 located in newly built apartment complex called "Saffron" (2004). The apartment has a spacious balcony (15 m2) located across the width and has its own storage room in the basement.

The apartment is conveniently located close to roads (A9 Haarlemmerweg and A10) and public transport (tram 13 just 15 minutes in the heart of Amsterdam). Doing your shopping within walking distance to the Lambertus Zijl Square where there are several shops and a supermarket.

Division

Ground floor:
spacious entrance / hallway with access to all rooms, fully tiled modern bathroom (0.93 x 1.23) with washbasin, storage 1 (1.86 x 2:53) vvcv boiler, washing machine and heat pump boiler serving hot water, bedroom 1 (3.59 x 3.90), bedroom 2 (2.73 x 3.90), bedroom 3 (2.26 x 3.90), bathroom (2.70 x 2.10) with bath, shower and sink, storage space 2 (1.50 x 2.10), spacious and bright living room (5.43 x 7:25) of approximately 42 m2 with open kitchen and doors to large balcony, open kitchen (0.83 x 3.90) with hood, oven, 4 burner stove and sink.

Basement:
storage v.v. electricity.

Cadastral data:
The apartment, giving right to the exclusive use of the house located on the ground floor with separate storage room on the basement level, designated for the construction of building number 6, cadastral municipality Locks, Section I, complex designation 3639 A-6, forming the 91 / 3.675e share in the community, including the ongoing leasehold of the site, owned by the city of Amsterdam, located in Amsterdam at Mayor Roell Street, Dirk Sonoystraat and William Baerdesenstraat in sub 2C of the project and the Geizenbaan locally yet unspecified, cadastral known as municipality Locks, Section I, No. 3424, large 14 acres 45 ares.

Year built: 2004
Hot water: via heat pump water heater
Electricity: 6 groups with RCD
Heating: through boiler (Intergas Kompakt Hr)

Special features:
The house is equipped with wooden floors
Fully equipped with hardwood frames with double glazing
The storage room in the basement is larger than the remaining storage space in the complex
The property value of the property is 247,000, -
Healthy HOA




Fixed costs per year:
* Property tax owner section: 141.36
* Sewerage: 149.41
* Waste disposal: 345.80
* Service charge: 146.40 per month

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Small deviations from the specified dimensions.
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Features

Transfer

Costs for care
€   160 p/m
Entry date
5-4-2017
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Apartment with lift
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
2004
Roof covering
flat roof
Roof material
bituminous roofing

Surfaces and content

Floor space
106 m²
Other indoor space
8 m²
Building-related outside
1 m²
External storage space
5 m²
Content
278 m³

Layout

Total number of rooms
4
Number of bedrooms
3
Number of bathrooms
1
Facilities bathroom
Bathtub, Shower

Energy

Energy rating
Klasse B
insulation
double glazing
Heating type
boiler
Hot water
boiler
Type boiler
Intergas Kompakt Hr
Boiler year
2004
Property boiler
Freehold property

Land registry details

Municipality
Sloten
Section
I
Lot
3639
Ownership structure
Leasehold property
Location
In a residential neighbourhood

Parking

Type of parking
Parking permits
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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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