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Balthasar Floriszstraat 10 2 1071VC Amsterdam

Asking price € 375.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
49 m²
Number of rooms


Balthasar Floriszstraat 10-2, 1071 VC Amsterdam

The perfect place for a first-time buy with extra space to create a second bedroom at a top location in Amsterdam Zuid!

Location and accessibility:
Within walking distance you will find many shops, restaurants and cafés in the Beethovenstraat, Museumplein, Van Baerlestraat, and the Roelof Hartstraat. Public transport is practically on your doorstep and it will take no more than a 5-minute bicycle ride to get to the business centre of the Zuidas. Exit roads, such as the A10 and the A2, are also easily accessible. The ever-bustling district of De Pijp is right around the corner and offers many cafés and good restaurants for the perfect night out.

Common entrance.

Second floor:
The entrance offers access to all the rooms. Upon entering the apartment you will find the bathroom on your right, with a shower, washbasin, and washing machine connection. Adjacent is the good-sized bedroom. The living room / dining room is good-sized too and has an open-plan kitchen fitted with various built-in appliances. There is a small Juliet balcony with an unobstructed view of the surrounding streets. The apartment benefits from a good amount of daylight due to the many windows.

If so desired, another bedroom is easily created by rearranging the layout of the apartment and moving the kitchen to another corner, thus freeing up extra space for a second bedroom. See also the optional floor plan on this page.

Balthasar Floriszstraat:
Balthasar Florisz van Berkenrode (1591-1644), cartographer and land surveyor. Known for his large, very meticulously drawn, plans of Amsterdam in between 1625 and 1644 (Source: Stadsatlas Amsterdam).

- Apartment right approx. 49 m2 (NEN2580 measurements report available);
- Healthy and active owners' association - Professionally managed by 'Velzel VvE diensten';
- Monthly service charges are € 70,90;
- Freehold land, therefore no ground lease;
- Space to create a second bedroom;
- Quiet street with beautiful view without other people looking in;
- Long-term maintenance plan in place since 2018;
- Top location in Amsterdam Zuid;
- Parking via the Amsterdam permit system Source: Parking and traffic, Amsterdam Municipality (waiting period approx. 2 months);
- Available for immediate occupation, by agreement.

We have gathered this information with the greatest of possible care. We cannot accept any liability for inaccuracies, errors, omissions or incompleteness of information provided herein or for the consequences of relying on such information. All specified sizes and dimensions are indicative. The purchaser has a duty to investigate any matter that may be of importance to him or her. The estate agent is the adviser to the seller with regard to this residence. Thus, we advise you to hire an expert(NVM) broker to guide you through the purchase process. NVM is the Dutch Association of Real Estate Brokers and Real Estate Experts. If you have specific wishes regarding the property, we recommend that you make these known to your broker in a timely manner to ensure that the matter is verified independently. If you choose not to avail yourself of the services of an expert representative, then according to the law, you consider yourself sufficiently knowledgeable to assess all matters of importance. The terms and conditions of the NVM apply.
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Floor space
49 m²


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