Wow, what a view! When you enter this beautiful 1 bedroom apartment of 49 m2 on the 8th floor, your attention is immediately drawn to the glass facade with an amazing view! Let’s not forget the lovely terrace of 14 m2 facing south.
The complex “Black Jack” is a low maintenance and remarkable building project from 2015, with special attention to sustainability and modern energy saving techniques. There are solar panels and all apartments are equipped with systems for warmwater, floor heating and cooling, ventilation and heat recovery.
Via the modern communal entrance with 2 elevators, you reach the private entrance on the 8th floor. You enter the hallway with coatrack and access to the toilet with washbasin. Entering the living room your attention is drawn to the large glass facade with an amazing view over North, the IJ and the center of Amsterdam! Remarkable is also the ceiling height of 2,85 meters. The modern open kitchen is equipped with an electrical cooking plate, extraction hood, combi-oven, dishwasher and Smeg fridge with freezer. The glass sliding doors give access to the sunny terrace facing south. Also the bedroom has large glass sliding doors with access to this terrace. The bedroom has a large built-in wardrobe and provides access to the bathroom with walk-in shower, double sink and connection for the washing machine and dryer.
On the ground floor is a large (and high) extra storage space belonging to this apartment as well, where you can easily park your bicycle.
Features and details:
- Striking apartment of 49 m2 on the 8th floor
- Low maintenance and sustainable complex “Black Jack” from 2015
- Amazing views over North, the IJ and the center of Amsterdam
- Terrace of 14m2 facing south
- Separate bedroom
- Large glass sliding doors in living room and bedroom
- Bright living room with a ceiling height of 2,85 meters and an open kitchen
- Seamless flooring throughout the apartment
- Association of owners, monthly service charge €143
- Ground lease €529,38 per year
The district of Noord and Buiksloterham has been expanding rapidly in the recent years. A lot is being built and the district is constantly in development. There are many facilities for art and culture such as the Eye Film Museum and Tolhuistuin. On the ground floor of the complex is Dish aan de kade, a lovely restaurant and hang out place. And on the NDSM grounds you can not only find various catering venues such as Noorderlicht, Pllek and the IJ-Kantine, here is also the monthly flea market in the IJ halls. Down the street you will find Van Dijk en Co, a well-known address for (vintage) furniture and for your daily shopping you can go to the shopping center Mosveld. In addition, Cafe Ceuvel, the Van der Pekmarkt and Van der Pekplein are within walking distance with cozy restaurants and cafes. The Noorderpark is also within walking distance. Closeby there are three ferry connections with the rest of the city: Distelweg on 2 minutes cycling distance, at NDSM and Buiksloterweg with 24/7 a direct connection to Central Station. With the arrival of the Noord Zuid metro line, the connection with the rest of the city has become even easier. The Ring A-10 is also easily accessible by car.