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Apollolaan 183 II 1077AT Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
204 m²
Number of rooms




Spacious and very bright apartment with independent entrance on the ground floor.
The apartment consists of three floors and has a living area of 204 m2 with a beautiful roof terrace / roof platform located on the south, it has no less than seven rooms and is located on the stately Apollolaan in the Beethovenbuurt / Amsterdam South.

The apartment is located on one of the most prestigious avenues in the heart of the South and within walking distance of famous shopping streets such as Beethovenstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and P.C. Hooftstraat. Various restaurants, famous museums (including Van Gogh and Stedelijk museum) and the Vondelpark are within easy reach. Possibility of parking in front of the door, two parking permits available immediately. Exit roads can be reached quickly and public transport can be found on Stadionweg and Beethovenstaat, tram 5 (CS - Amstelveen) and tram 24 (CS - de VU). Amsterdam South Station with the North-South line is within walking distance.


Ground floor; spacious and beautiful entrance to the property located on the second floor, spacious landing with access to the bedroom at the front, bright room “en-suite” with doors to the balcony on the Apollolaan. Also, on this floor is a laundry room and bathroom with shower and toilet. This floor has high ceilings and is generous in design.
Third floor; again a spacious landing with bright living room “en-suite”, south-facing balcony, office, toilet and light kitchen diner with unobstructed view.
On the upper floor are two bedrooms with access to the roof terrace / roof platform of no less than 58 m² overlooking the Zuidas


Cadastral designation
Municipality of Amsterdam
Section: Z
Number: 2437
Index: A2
The apartment, including the authority to exclusively use the upstairs apartment of the building, consisting of the second and third floors and the top floor with roof terrace.


Vereniging Van Eigenaars Apollolaan 183 established in Amsterdam. Two members, MJOP present.
Monthly service costs are now jointly and severally charged but will be determined in consultation with you based on the MJOP
Ground lease:
Period: 01-09-2019 - 31-08-2020
Canon: € 2,867.01
Indexation: annually
Continuous lease of the Municipality of Amsterdam


Living area: 203.50 m²
Building bound outdoor space: 7.10 m²
Total use area: 210.60 m² in accordance with NEN-2580
Year of construction: 1927


- Beautiful apartment with no less than seven rooms and roof platform;
- Two parking permits possible, no waiting time;
- NEN measurement report available;
- It is a municipal monument;
- VvE consisting of two members
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
204 m²


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