A lovely 2-bedroom apartment in one of the nicest areas of the Amsterdam. The apartment is approx. 42 m2 with a nice balcony on the quiet street side.
The flat is situated at the Fokke Simonszstraat* near the Reguliersgracht, Vijzelgracht, Utrechtsestraat the beloved Amstelveld and the Prinsengracht.
The entrance to the building is formed by a communal hall with doorbells with intercom system and mailboxes. Through the neat and well-maintained staircase, you reach the flat located on the third floor.
The spacious and bright living room is located at the front of the flat. Adjacent is the open kitchen, it is equipped with various appliances (dishwasher, oven, hob, fridge) and plenty of storage.
From the spacious bedroom (with build-in closet) you have access to the balcony. Furthermore, the neat bathroom which is equipped with a shower, washbasin and toilet.
The Fokke Simonszstraat is located between Reguliersgracht and Vijzelgracht. Within walking distance, you will find a wide range of nice shops (Utrechtsestraat), various restaurants and cafes.
Both Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein are within walking distance.
This object is both by car and public transport easily accessible. The ring road A10 and highways A1, A2 and A9 are pleasant to drive through various roads.
Furthermore, excellent public transport by various tram stops (including tram lines 4, 7, 10, 16, 24 and 25) bus connections and of course the NZ-line (stop Vijzelgracht).
ASSOCIATION OF OWNERS:
The Owners Association (De Lijnbaan) is active and professionally managed by Te Linden and Heijer. The current monthly contribution is approx. € 117,81- per month.
This property is situated on Own land!
- Popular location;
- Own land;
- Usable area: 42 m2 (NEN-2580 measurement report available);
- Very pleasant layout;
- Fine balcony;
- Active and healthy VVE;
- Delivery: in consultation, can quickly;
- Non-occupancy clause;
* Arend Fokke Simonsz (Amsterdam, 3 July 1755 - there, 15 November 1812) was mainly known as a writer, but was also an important person in the literary world at the end of the eighteenth century. For some time, he had his own publishing house and was a member of a large number of literary societies. He lived his entire life in Amsterdam, but had a large number of contacts throughout the country. (Source: Wikipedia).
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