For sale: Beulingstraat 4G, 1017 BA Amsterdam

€575,000
Type of residence Apartment, mezzanine, apartment
Liveable area 66 m²
Acceptance Immediately

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General

This charming and tastefully renovated apartment is located in a fantastic location on the Beulingsloot, a side canal of the Singel and Herengracht in the heart of the 17th century canal belt in a National Monument!

LAYOUT
Communal entrance with marble and copper fencing and a very light and spacious staircase. The entrance to the apartment is on the second floor. Upon entering you will fin... More info
  • Features

    All characteristics
    Type of residence Apartment, mezzanine, apartment
    Construction period 1800
  • Location

Features

Offer
Reference number 01620
Asking price €575,000
Service costs €196.90
Furnishing Optional
Acceptance Immediately
Last updated 18 July 2024
Construction
Type of residence Apartment, mezzanine, apartment
Floor 2nd floor
Type of construction Existing estate
Construction period 1800
Surfaces and content
Floor Surface 66 m²
Content 242 m³
External surface area storage rooms 3.4 m²
Layout
Number of floors 1
Number of rooms 2 (of which 1 bedroom)
Number of bathrooms 1
Outdoors
Location At waterside, City centre, Near public transport
Boiler
Type of boiler Hr
Heating source Gas
Year of manufacture 2016
Boiler ownership Owned
Features
Water heating Central heating system
Heating Central heating
Ventilation method Mechanical ventilation
Bathroom facilities Bath, Shower
Has ventilation Yes
Association of owners
Registered at Chamber of Commerce Yes
Annual meeting Yes
Periodic contribution Yes
Reserve fund Yes
Long term maintenance plan Yes
Home insurance Yes
Cadastral informations
Cadastral designation Amsterdam I 10085
Range Condominium
Ownership Full ownership

Description

This charming and tastefully renovated apartment is located in a fantastic location on the Beulingsloot, a side canal of the Singel and Herengracht in the heart of the 17th century canal belt in a National Monument!

LAYOUT
Communal entrance with marble and copper fencing and a very light and spacious staircase. The entrance to the apartment is on the second floor. Upon entering you will find a spacious hall with fitted wardrobes on the left. A study corner has been created with more fitted wardrobes. The bedroom has a built in cupboard with space for a double bed.
The hall provides access to the bathroom with a bath with a shower and a sink as well as the toilet. The property has a spacious living room with an open kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, gas hob, fridge with freezer and a microwave/oven. The view of the Beulingsloot, the Singel and the Herengracht from the 4 authentic windows is fantastic. The entire house has an oak floor, luxurious finish and a beautiful beamed ceiling. There is a separate storage room in the basement.

AREA
With a length of only 50 meters, the Beulingsloot is one of the shortest canals in Amsterdam, which was dug around 1600. This canal connects the Herengracht and the Singel, making it centrally located in the historic canal belt of Amsterdam. Nevertheless, it is a very quiet street with no through traffic. Within a short walking distance are attractions such as the Koningsplein, the Flower Market, and the Munt, as well as the Rembrandtplein and the Amstel.
On the other side, the Nine Streets are easily accessible on foot, where you can find shops, boutiques, and cafes.
The Koningsplein is a hub for various tram lines, while the Central Station is only a 5-minute bike ride away, as is the Waterlooplein metro station. The S105 and S106 exits provide access to the Ring A10.

DETAILS
• 66 m2 living space
• NEN2580 measurement report available
• Monumental status
• No groundlease
• Heated via central heating
• Delivery in consultation, can be quick
• Includes furniture (possible)
• Well-maintained and spacious entrance and staircase in the building
• Healthy homeowners association managed by the 19 owners (long-term maintenance plan available)
• Homeowners association contribution €169.90 per month

STREET NAME
The Beuling­straat was constructed during the city expansion of 1585, when the defensive walls on the west side of the city were renewed. The street is visible on a map by Balthasar Florisz van Bercken­rode from 1625. The Beuling­sloot was then still called the Heere Dwars Burchwal, so it seems that the canal was later named after the street. All but two buildings on Beuling­straat are municipal or national monuments.

This non-binding sales information has been compiled with the greatest care by our office on the basis of the information provided to us by the seller. Therefore, we cannot provide any guarantees, nor can we in any way accept any liability for these data. We have had the NEN 2580 measurement report drawn up by an external party and therefore we cannot provide any guarantees or accept any liability for these data.

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