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Bloys van Treslongstraat 32 hs 1056XB Amsterdam

Year of construction
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms


Sunny modern ground floor apartment with a spacious garden and shed and 2 bedrooms.

This apartment is located on a wide, quiet street with a wide green area on your doorstep.
It is centrally located in relation to the highways (A-10) and public transport.
The Jordaan and the city center are 5 minutes by bike.

There are several nice shops in the immediate area, including Jan van Galenstraat, De Hallen etc.
For sporty types, a daily workout or a round of running, the Erasmus Park is within walking distance as well as the Mercator Sportplaza.

Entrance, tour portal and corridor (with stair cupboard), which gives access to the living room.
At the front is the bright living room with bay window and the original stained glass doors that connect the living room with the bedroom at the rear.

At the rear there are two bedrooms both with doors to the garden. The modern white kitchen also has a door to the garden.

The bathroom has a bath, sink and toilet, all in light modern colors.

In the stair cupboard there is a connection for the washing machine.

Living area:
The living space is 59 m˛, excluding the outside space and the shed.
A measurement report in accordance with NEN2580 is available.

Outdoor space:
This property has a wonderful garden with its own shed.
Here it is from around four o'clock until sunset.

Construction year:
The apartment is in a building that was built in 1937. In 2017 a new kitchen was installed as well as a new CV and the group cupboard was also expanded

Property situation land:
The house is located on the grounds of the municipality of Amsterdam and the General Provisions for Leasehold of 2000 apply.
The canon is approximately € 530 and is tax deductible. The period runs until 1 May 2058.

Owners Association:
The association is healthy and consists of 4 members and the administration is outsourced to De Boerenwetering Administration Office.
The service costs for this house are currently € 135 per month.

Accessibility and parking:
The property is easily accessible by car, but public transport is also within walking distance. Paid parking is available in sufficient quantities at the door and in the immediate vicinity. A parking permit can be requested through the municipality of Amsterdam.

- Built in 1937
- Splitting took place in 2005
- Located on the ground of the municipality of Amsterdam
- Living area 59 m˛, excluding the outside space and shed
The measurement report and the calculation are available for inspection
- Service costs amount to € 135 per month
- It concerns an apartment right
- Heating via a private central heating boiler, built in 2017
- Equipped with double glazing
- Delivery in consultation

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The registration has been compiled with care; however, the information provided is indicative and no rights can be derived from it.
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Entry date
sold conditionally
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement


Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction

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Floor space
59 m²


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Bloys van Treslongstraat 32 hs 1056XB Amsterdam

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