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Achillesstraat 112 II 1076RJ Amsterdam

Asking price € 450.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
80 m²
Number of rooms



** This property is listed bij a certified expat broker. **

Spacious (80.5 m2) two-room, former three-room apartment located on the second floor to be furnished to your own liking.

Together with Stadionplein, Minervaplein and Olympiaplein, this forms the triangle of this neighborhood in the south. The neighborhood is characterized by wide streets with lots of parking. The Stadionbuurt still issues 2 parking permits per home address. The Vondelpark, Amsterdamse Bos and the Beatrixpark are nearby, as are various recreational opportunities and sports facilities.
In addition, a very convenient location with regard to Amsterdam Zuid railway station, where you have a direct and fast connection to Schiphol. Excellent accessibility to the city center by tram and bus. The ring A-10 can be reached within a few minutes by car via the S108 and S109 and a parking permit is available immediately.

Through the entrance, located on the second floor, you enter the hall which offers access to all rooms: bedroom with access to bathroom, kitchen, separate toilet and living room. Previously there were two bedrooms in this apartment. In the current state there is one bedroom.

Usage area: 80,5 m
Building bound outdoor space: 2,0 m

Total: 82,5m
(In accordance with NEN2580)

Municipality of Amsterdam
Section AB
Number 2551
Index A6

The apartment is in a dated state of repair and is equipped with wooden frames with single glazing. The installations are dated, plumbing, bathroom and kitchen need to be modernized as well as the stucco


VvE Achillesstraat 110-112
The administration is carried out by: Delair vastgoed behee and is registered under Chamber of Commerce number 61097055
The monthly service costs are 100,--

Current timeframe 16-12-2004 - 15-12-2054
General provisions for continuing lease 2000
Continuous lease.
The annual canon is 463.17.

- It concerns a Protected Cityscape with single glazing;
- VvE is professionally managed;
- The seller will have an asbestos clause and age clause included in the deed of purchase;
- The seller has never occupied the house;
- Two parking permits available immediately.
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Entry date
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
80 m²


Total number of rooms
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