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VERY WELL MAINTAINED 3/4 ROOM MAISONETTE APARTMENT WITH PRIVATE PARKING SPOT LOCATED ON PRE-PAID LEASEHOLD LAND.
Directly situated next to the Theo van Goghpark the location is ideal in this lively neighborhood next to the water with lots of possibilities for recreation.
All the stores for your daily groceries are within walking distance and a short trip with the tramline 26 takes you to Central station in 15 minutes. Easy to get into the city, but also easy to get out to the surrounding regions, by car you can reach the highways A1, A9 or A10 within 5 minutes and you can be on the A2 within 10 minutes!
Total living space: 80,7 m²
External storage space(s): 4,1 m²
total usable surface: 84,8 m²
Terrace: app. 9 m²
Central entrance with elevator and staircase to the house located on the first and second floor. Terrace, entrance of the house, spacious hall, meter cupboard, toilet, living room with open kitchen with a dishwasher, combi oven / microwave, fridge-freezer, induction hob and extractor with recirculation.
Beautiful view of the park through the huge windows with harmonica doors. Stairs to the second floor with two bedrooms, bathroom and a separate washer / dryer room. A third bedroom is easy to realize! See map. The possibility exists to quite easily realize a third bedroom.
Very well maintained modern complex. The complex is equipped with an elevator, HR ++ glass and a luxury modern kitchen.
Municipality Amsterdam, Section AU, Number 1035, A98
YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION:
Yes, definitive label A.
VvE HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION:
Well-functioning V.v.E. with a solid reserve and MJOP (long term maintenance plan). The monthly service fees are: € 117,-
- Easy to create a third bedroom;
- Modern kitchen;
- Heating and hot water through district heating;
- NEN surface measurement available;
- Definitive energy label A;
STREET NAME EXPLANATION:
Eva Marianna Besnyö was a Hungarian-Dutch photographer.
With two sisters she grew up in a liberal-Jewish family. When she was 18 she took a course in advertising and portrait photography from Jozsef Pécsi. He stimulated her to go to Berlin where she met the Dutch photographer John Fernhout. Fernhout, son of the painter Charley Toorop, returned to the Netherlands in 1930. Due to the rise of the Nazis Eva Besnyö decided to leave Germany and in 1932 she followed Fernhout to the Netherlands. They got married in 1933. Until World War II she did a lot of portrait photography but the photographing of architecture also had her interest. During the occupation she had to go into hiding and she became active in the resistance. In 1945 she divorced Fernhout and a year later she married the graphic designer Wim Brusse with whom she had a son and a daughter. At a high age she had to stop making photographs due to problems with her eyes. The last years of her life she lived in the Rosa Spier Huis in Laren where in 2003 she died at age 93.