Located in a quiet street, a redesigned 4-room apartment on the 1st floor with sunny balcony. Freehold.
Open porch, entrance of the apartment on the 1st floor.
Hallway with wardrobe, toilet, built-in cupboard, front bedroom approx. 2.73 x 2.70 with upper windows of stained glass.
Living room approx. 6.37 x 3.20 with bay window of which the upper windows are fitted with stained glass, the rear approx. 4.26 x 3.20 of the former living room is classified as a bedroom with a cupboard wall and French doors to the balcony facing southeast with a balcony cupboard.
In between located neat kitchen approx. 3.35 x 1.38 with oven, 4 burner gas stove, fridge / freezer and wooden worktop.
Back room divided in bedroom approx. 2.44 x 2.16 and tiled bathroom approx. 2.16 x 1.85 with shower, designer radiator, connection for washing machine and washbasin annex dressing room with cupboard.
The property is freehold.
Acceptance in agreement.
Sewerage charges 2020 € 148,85.
1/3rd share in the community.
Active Owners Association, contribution € 55,-- monthly.
Electricity 5 groups with circuit breaker.
Central heating system, brand Nefit.
Hot water supply by central heating system.
The condition of the bathroom and the kitchen is good.
The condition of the interior and exterior is good.
The apartment has wooden window frames with single glazing.
Seller has the apartment itself never actually used, therefore the non-occupancy clause applies.
The lead-/asbestos and age clauses will be applied.
Built in 1934.
Living surface approx. 69 m².
The volume of the apartment approx. 232 m³.
NVM model deed applicable.
Project notary: Notariaat de Gier.
Shops on the Almeloplein and Leyweg, primary schools and various sports facilities.
Public transport (bus 21, 23, 26, tram line 4), roads Westland Road.
The measurement instruction is based on NEN2580. The measurement instruction is intended to apply a more uniform way of measuring for giving an indication of the use surface. The measurement instruction can not completely close differences in measurement results, for example by differences in interpretation, rounding or limitations in the performance of the measurement.