This modern 2-room apartment on the sixth floor of a building from 2009 is located in the quiet, centrally located Westerspoor district. The house has a west-facing balcony. The accessibility of this property is excellent with the NS station within walking distance,
This apartment has a very central location with the train station and the Center of Zaandam within walking distance. You are within 12 minutes at Amsterdam Central Station and within 18 minutes at Schiphol. The A7, A8 and A10 can be reached within a few minutes by car. Zaandam has a hip center with many nice shops, cafes, catering establishments, a mega cinema, a pop stage and the Zaantheater. For daily shopping you can walk to Albert Heijn and the organic supermarket. The many Zaanse sports facilities are easily accessible by bike and recreation is also fully possible and one of the parks in the vicinity of the apartment.
Common entrance with mailboxes and doorbells. Modern well-kept hall with access to the elevator and the staircase. The entrance of the house is on the sixth floor with access via an outside gallery.
Entrance house, hall with meter cupboard, access to the bathroom, internal storage room, the bedroom and the living room with open kitchen. The bright living room with open kitchen has an unobstructed view of the Westerwatering district. The spacious balcony is located on the sunny west and has sun for a large part of the day. The kitchen is equipped with various built-in appliances. The bedroom is on the side of the gallery. The bathroom has a bath/shower, toilet and sink. The internal storage room has a washing machine connection and it is also the location of the central heating system.
The house has a closed storage room in the basement.
• Located on private land
• Healthy and professionally managed VvE
• Popular neighborhood near public transport
• Modern complex (2009)
• Spacious balcony with a beautiful view and lots of sun
• Own closed storage room in the basement
• The house is fully insulated
• Living area 42 m²
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