On the 3rd floor, two-room apartment with 1 bedroom, sunny balcony (facing southwest), ground floor storage and shared bicycle storage.
The apartment needs to be renovated.
Closed entrance with mailboxes - and doorbells, hall with lift or staircase to 3rd floor.
Entrance apartment, hall with natural stone floor, meter cupboard and access to simple kitchen approx. 4.00 x 1.74 part 2.36 with under- and upper cupboards, 4 burner gas stove, refrigerator and microwave.
Light living room approx. 4.90 x 5.15 with door to sunny balcony across the width of the apartment approx. 8.38 x 1.05 located on the southwest, bedroom approx. 4.31 x 2.88.
Bathroom approx. 2.36 x 2.00 with bath, toilet, washbasin and position of geyser.
Situated on lease-hold land, ending at 31-12-2032. The rent charge is € 56,18 per year.
Acceptance in agreement.
Sewerage charges 2017 € 137,05 per year.
8/399th share in the community.
Active Owners Association, contribution € 190.66.
Electricity 3 groups without circuit breaker.
Heating system by block heating.
Hot water supply by geyser (rent).
The condition of the bathroom and the kitchen is moderate.
The condition of the interior is moderate and the exterior good.
The apartment has wooden with single glazing.
Seller has the house itself never actually used.
The lead-/asbestos and age clauses will be applied.
Built in approx. 1966.
Living surface approx. 55 m².
The volume of the apartment approx. 175 m³.
NVM model deed applicable.
Shops at De Savornin Lohmanlaan, Alphons Diepenbrockhof, Garden Center, Boulevard of Kijkduin, Bosjes van Pex, dunes, beach and sea.
Public transport, (RandstadRail line 3), main roads through Westland or Hubertustunnel.
Near International- and European School of The Hague, primary schools and various sports facilities such as tennis, football, hockey, baseball, softball, horse riding and handball.
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.