A BRIGHT AND MODERN FREEHOLD STUDIO APARTMENT OF 33 M2 IN THE POPULAR DE PIJP DISTRICT. THE PROPERTY BENEFITS FROM A SEPARATE KITCHEN AND IS SITUATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR AT THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING
This attractive freehold apartment occupies the second floor at the front of the building, the shell of which was renovated in 2015. The apartment has a gas-fired central heating boiler, a beautiful wood floor, a separate kitchen and hardwood, double-glazed window frames.
The owners’ association is called “Saenredamstraat 50” and consists of six members. It is registered with the chamber of commerce and meets on a regular basis. The service charges for this apartment right are € 50 a month.
This second-floor apartment, which is situated at the front of the building, is accessed via communal stairs.
The apartment’s hallway has a storage cupboard and gives access to the property’s toilet too. The separate kitchen is quite simple and is also where you will find the central heating boiler. The separate shower is located in the kitchen too.
A door in the kitchen opens into the apartment’s combined living room/bedroom, which has two good-sized windows at the front. The seating area boasts a cosy, original fireplace.
A low wall has been added to this room, making it possible to create a sleeping area and give the impression of a separate living room and bedroom.
The apartment benefits from a beautiful wood floor and large double-glazed windows throughout.
LOCATION & ACCESSIBILITY
The apartment is situated in this lively and popular part of Amsterdam: De Pijp. It is located near the Ferdinand Bolstraat, just a stone’s throw from the Albert Cuyp, the Heineken Experience and the Ceintuurbaan. Besides the famous Albert Cuypmarkt, the district has a wealth of exotic little shops, creative and artisan businesses and, of course, plenty of cafés, bars and restaurants. The apartment is served by a number of public transport connections, including the North-South metro line - which is just a short walk away. A number of arterial roads are close at hand too. If you like to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a while every now and again, you will be pleased to know that the Sarphatipark and Vondelpark are both within easy reach.
If you would like to park a vehicle near the apartment, you will need to buy either a parking ticket (from 09.00 to 00.00 hours, from Monday to Saturday inclusive) or a parking permit. According to information provided on the website of the municipality of Amsterdam, there is currently a waiting list for parking permits (waiting-list information correct as of 6 January 2020, permit area South 3.1 De Pijp North). The Saenredamstraat is virtually car-free. Residents and visitors can use a car park located nearby, on the Ruysdaelkade.
- A bright studio apartment of 33 m2
- Freehold property
- Apartment interior renovated in 2006
- Shell renovated in 2015
- Apartment interior repainted in 2018
- Features a separate kitchen, where you will also find the apartment’s shower
- New foundations laid in 2005
- Service charges: € 50 a month
- Transfer date in consultation; available in the short term